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FAQ2016-12-20T18:55:14+00:00
Sun Country Trailers are handmade and built to last. Our car carriers are designed and built with an all-tubular ¼” wall frame, which provides extra strength and stability. Sun Country car carriers are easy to operate and also come standard with 1” pouched floors, which provide fast, secure tie downs.
Most car carrier orders can be picked up with a few weeks, depending on how many pending trailer orders we have.  Please ask about completion dates when discussing your order.  (Note that we do not deliver but can refer you a power only company for shipping quotes.)
If you are interested in having your new trailer shipped to you we can recommend a reputable third-party carrier for you to contact for a quote.
All new Sun Country Trailers come with a full one-year warranty that covers all of the structure and parts with the exception of wearable parts such as brakes.
All Sun Country Trailers are finished with a high quality, durable, Powder Coat application.  We may be able to powder coat trailers to match your truck color code but there is a 6-8 week delay in getting the powder.  Additionally, there is an additional charge for custom colors which varies by color.
We have several models that would work well for this application especially since all of our trailers are built 102″ wide.  Just ask which models can be outfitted with our trailer track package – which includes 4 ball towers.
All single-axle air ride/air brake trailers have a GVWR of 22,500 lbs or 25,000 lbs. All tandem-axle air ride/air brake trailers have a GVWR of 45,000 lbs.
Yes! All Sun Country Trailers come standard with 1” pouched floors so you can use soft straps to tie vehicles directly to the floor of your trailer around the wheel/tire.
If you change your truck, you may need to adjust your trailer to ensure that it pulls level and that all connections (hitch, electrical, etc.) operate safely and correctly. Please give us a call before you change your truck so we can help identify any items that may need to be addressed.
All packed bearing should be serviced every 12,000 miles or once per year.