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2015 ATC 18" Aluminum Open Trailer

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Miata#03

2015 ATC 18" open deck aluminum trailer, Asking $4,775.00

 

Fewer than 5,000 miles

Brakes checked and wheel bearings greased & seals replaced 500 miles ago

Extruded aluminum decking

LED lights

5 spoke aluminum wheels

Spare steel wheel and tire

Manual tongue jack

Lockable aluminum storage box on tongue

2-3500 lbs axles, GVWR 7700 lbs

4- D ring tie downs

84" ramps slide into rear fascia

Full perimeter side loading rails with tie downs in rails, utilize rear ramps to load ATVs or motorcycles from sides

 

Located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Contact Mike 970-393-2401

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2015 ATC 18" open deck aluminum trailer, Asking $4,775.00

 

Fewer than 5,000 miles

Brakes checked and wheel bearings greased & seals replaced 500 miles ago

Extruded aluminum decking

LED lights

5 spoke aluminum wheels

Spare steel wheel and tire

Manual tongue jack

Lockable aluminum storage box on tongue

2-3500 lbs axles, GVWR 7700 lbs

4- D ring tie downs

84" ramps slide into rear fascia

Full perimeter side loading rails with tie downs in rails, utilize rear ramps to load ATVs or motorcycles from sides

 

Located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Contact Mike 970-393-2401

 

Mike, I might be interested. Will it be at Pueblo this weekend?

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Dave, I will not be at Pueblo. I can send you pictures or you can check out the ATC web site as the new model is the same except that on mine the ramps are housed behind doors in the rear facia rather than being exposed. Quality trailers in Denver has a left over 2016 w/o tool box or spare tire for $5,950, check their site as well. Mine is in "as new" condition except for a couple of scratches on the deck from loading a snowmobile one time. I purchased this trailer as an interim solution after selling my motorhome and stacker as I waited for my new goose neck to be built. Didn't use it much after throwing a rod in my Miata last spring. Thanks for your interest, Mike.

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