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2004 Horton Hauler 20 Foot enclosed car trailer with RV Tongue and two Dexter Torque Flex 5500 lbs axles with 4 wheel electric brakes. Loaded with extra's, PM me for pictures. $3500. Located in the Smoky Mountains of NC


This is the Horton Hauler, yesterday afternoon.

For Sale, the nicest towing trailer I've ever owned. $3500

20 foot enclosed Horton Hauler Car Trailer

RV Tongue (4 Foot) with diamond plate aluminum tongue box. Tongue jack.

2 Dexter easy lube electric brake axles 5500 lbs each (11,000 lbs capacity)

Equipped for a sway bar and load leveler hitch. Uses a 2 5/16" ball. Has safety chains and break away line & battery to operate the electric brakes.

36” side door. (All doors have bar latches with Master locks)

Aluminum exterior, white.

¼” white luan interior walls (16” centers tubing framing)

¼” white vinyl ceiling

Plywood floor over 12” center steel framing

Interior height 6”6”

15” radials (225-75-R15) mounted on 6 lug white 8 spoke wheels.

Beavertail interior floor, heavy duty rear ramp door. (With extension for dollies)24” aluminum diamond plate stone guard (Lower front of trailer)

Brushed aluminum fender flares

Anodized Corner corners and front top plate. (Rounded)

6 D-Rings in the floor for automobiles, 30 D-Rings on the walls for hauling stuff. (We moved 11 loads of household goods from Florida to NC in 2012 when we moved here.)

Two spare tires & wheels. (Spares are 6 years, left side 4 years, right side 2 years)

You can't see it in the pictures but it has "Shadowed" lettering on the sides and rear from RAYTEC.org who was the prior owner until 2006. They used it for a mobile showroom for trade shows for the precast concrete forms they manufactured. I took the lettering off in 2006, but if you look you can still see it.

I always had it on my project list to paint graphic's to hide it. (Another job I won't get around to.)





Edited by Paul Dobbin
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