New car hauler

Discussion in 'Towing and Hauling' started by tmills213, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. tmills213

    tmills213 Full Access Member

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    So I bought a new car hauler. Royal cargo 7k# 8.5x20 enclosed. I have a 4 hour drive to move to new job. I am going to be hauling my 64c20 and the more I look at the trailer the more uneasy I get. There is no third member at the tongue and the D rings are under the 3/4 wood and zip screwed to a 1/8"x6"ish backing plate. I am afraid to chain binder them down. Am I worried about nothing?

    The truck is going to have its work cut out. 65mph empty was 2500rpm. hope it makes it.
     
  2. Rosie Day

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    Well, congratulation for your new car hauler Royal cargo 7k# 8.5x20. I think closed car hauler is the main advantage of enclosed vehicle delivery, and it is the safest and most secure option to haul a car. Well, I haven't bought any enclosed car hauler, but, yes, I had transported my new car to California by hiring an enclosed car shipping California services which was recommended by my neighbour and their enclosed trailer had protected my new car from all elements of the air and the road.


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