Trophy Trailers Aluminum Tip-In Utility Trailer RVs For Sale
Trophy Trailers offers a well-built and durable utility trailer, the Aluminum Tip-In, allowing you to haul your golf cart, ATV, mower or work equipment.
Each model offers a No-Flex tongue with less flex and less problems, pressure treated and bolted wood flooring, plus tubular cross members under the floorboards, a tubular frame, tongue and tongue braces, and the much desired tip-in ramp. There are also options to choose from to dress it up and strengthen it even more.
It's time to have fun or get to work with a Aluminum Tip-In utility trailer by Trophy Trailers!
Aluminum Tip-In 6.5x12
Trophy Trailers Aluminum Tip-In utility trailer 6.5x12 highlights: 12'3" Inside ... more about Aluminum Tip-In 6.5x12
Dry Weight 750 lbs Cargo Weight 2000 lbs Tire Size 14" Axle Count 3500
Aluminum Tip-In Features:
Standard Features (2019)
- Ties Down Holes on all Uprights to Secure Load
- 2x6 Pressure Treated Floor Boards (Bolted)
- Tubular Cross Members Under Floorboards
- 4x2 Tubular Frame, Tongue, and Tongue Braces
- 3/16” Thick Double Tongue
- Torsion Axle for a Smooth Ride
- Rock Guard on Fenders
- Swing Away Tongue Jack Standard (800#)
- Surelube Hubs
- HD Ramp - Folds inside Trailer - Less Wind Drag
- LED Lights
- Recessed Side and Taillights w/Snap in Plug
- Wires are Protected Inside Frame
- Optional Aluminum Rim Upgrade
- All Models Available as SR Models (Stacked Ramps)
- Pressure Treated
- Bolted to Frame
- Reduces Frame Flex
- Lasts Longer
- More Durable
- Better Traction
- Double Tongue
- 3/16" Tongue Insert
- Tubular Aluminum
- 2 Tongue Braces
- Top Gusset Plate
- Less Flex - Less Problems
- Aluminum Wheels
- Bolt-On Spare Carrier
- 2R Ramp Option
See us for a complete list of features and available options!
All standard features and specifications are subject to change.
Started in 1996, Trophy Trailers began as a solution to fold-down trailers of the time that were dangerous and poorly built. Scott Marrier, with his 40+ years in the boating industry, needed a better trailer to haul pontoons on sales trips. Not finding anything that could handle the miles he was putting on, he decided to design one himself. Never being one to go halfway, Scott, like everything else he'd done in his life, went all out and designed what would later be referred to as a "tank" of a trailer. Just like it's designer, it wasn't the prettiest thing to look at, but it was a wild success. What started as a solution for Scott soon caught fire and became the industry standard for fold-down trailers. Since then, Scott took the same mindset and designed what has now become the strongest and most durable aluminum utility trailer on the market. There have been many imitators over the years, but there is still only one Scott Marrier and only one Trophy Trailer.