Rance Aluminum Racing & Auto Haulers

Rance Aluminum Racing & Auto Haulers

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Rance, the last trailer you will ever need unless you outgrow it so plan ahead

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RENEGADE
All Tubular Construction
Aluminum Cambars with Grease Zerks
Stainless Steel Hinges with Grease Zerks
Clear LED Lights with Fuse Panel
Dexter Torsion Axles with Sure Lube Hubs
Radial Tires 15” and Larger
4” Upper Moulding with Drip Rail
2” Lower Moulding
5 Year Warranty

 

RENEGADE 8.5’ WIDE V-NOSE CAR HAULER
Model RECH814TA2 RECH816TA2 RECH818TA2 RECH820TA2
Overall Length 20’6” 22’6” 24’6” 26’6”
Width 102” 102” 102” 102”
Height 106” 106” 106” 106”
Interior Length 17’4” 19’4” 21’4” 23’4”
Width 96” 96” 96” 96”
Height 79” 79” 79” 79”
Rear Door RAMP RAMP RAMP RAMP
Width 90” 90” 90” 90”
Height 84” 84” 84” 84”
Hitch Weight 200 210 240 260
Height 19” 19” 19” 19”
Ball Size 2-5/16” 2-5/16” 2-5/16” 2-5/16”
Platform Height 24” 24” 24” 24”
G.V.W.R.  7000 7000 7000 7000
Curb Weight 2375 2450 2550 2628
Payload Capacity 4625 4550 4450 4372
Axles (Single) 2-3500# 2-3500# 2-3500# 2-3500#
Brakes  2-ELEC. 2-ELEC. 2-ELEC. 2-ELEC.
Tires  ST225/75R15C ST225/75R15C ST225/75R15C ST225/75R15C
Wheels  5-BOLT 5-BOLT 5-BOLT 5-BOLT
Frame  2” X 5” 2” X 5” 2” X 5” 2” X 5”
Floor (16″ O/C) 5/8” MARINE 5/8” MARINE 5/8” MARINE 5/8” MARINE
Int.Sidewalls (16″ O/C) 12” KICK PANEL 12” KICK PANEL 12” KICK PANEL 12” KICK PANEL
Standard Features
  • Rubber Torsion axle with EZ lube hubs
  • (2) 12V dome lights
  • Rear ramp with spring assist
  • Bonded .030 metal with screwed seam
  • Tongue jack
  • All L.E.D. lights
  • E.D. fuse panel
  • Rear stabilizer jacks
  • Beavertail floor
  • Marine-Grade Plywood floor (7-Ply)
  • Aluminum cambar with grease zerks
  • .024 Seamless aluminum roof
  • (8) D-Ring tie-downs
  • Roof vent
  • Side access door
  • Stoneguard
  • Stainless steel hinges with grease zerks
  • Truss roof bows
  • Fold-away step

 

RENEGADE 8.5’ WIDE V-NOSE CAR HAULER
Model RECH822TA2 RECH824TA2 RECH826TA3 RECH828TA3
Overall Length 28’6” 30’6” 32’6” 34’6”
Width 102” 102” 102” 102”
Height 108” 108” 108” 108”
Interior Length 25’4” 27’4” 29’4” 31’4”
Width 96” 96” 96” 96”
Height 78” 78” 78” 78”
Rear Door RAMP RAMP RAMP RAMP
Width 90” 90” 90” 90”
Height 84” 84” 84” 84”
Hitch Weight 340 395 460 542
Height 21” 21” 21” 21”
Ball Size 2-5/16” 2-5/16” 2-5/16” 2-5/16”
Platform Height 26” 26” 26” 26”
G.V.W.R.  7000 7000 9900 9900
Curb Weight 2900 3200 3600 4010
Payload Capacity 4100 3800 6300 5890
Axles (Single) 2-3500# 2-3500# 2-5200# 2-5200#
Brakes  2-ELEC. 2-ELEC. 2-ELEC. 2-ELEC.
Tires  ST225/75R15C ST225/75R15C ST225/75R15D S225/75R15D
Wheels  5-BOLT 5-BOLT 6-BOLT 6-BOLT
Frame  2” X 7” 2” X 7” 2” X 7” 2” X 7”
Floor (16″ O/C) 5/8” MARINE 5/8” MARINE 5/8” MARINE 5/8” MARINE
Int.Sidewalls (16″ O/C) 12” KICK PANEL 12” KICK PANEL 12” KICK PANEL 12” KICK PANEL
Standard Features
  • Rubber Torsion axle with EZ lube hubs
  • (2) 12V dome lights
  • Rear ramp with spring assist
  • Bonded .030 metal with screwed seam
  • Tongue jack
  • All L.E.D. lights
  • E.D. fuse panel
  • Rear stabilizer jacks
  • Beavertail floor
  • Marine-Grade Plywood floor (7-Ply)
  • Aluminum cambar with grease zerks
  • .024 Seamless aluminum roof
  • (8) D-Ring tie-downs
  • Roof vent
  • Side access door
  • Stoneguard
  • Stainless steel hinges with grease zerks
  • Truss roof bows
  • Fold-away step

 

 

 

RENEGADE 8.5’ WIDE V-NOSE CAR HAULER
Model RECH830TA4 RECH832TA4    
Overall Length 36’6” 38’6”
Width 102” 102”
Height 108” 108”
Interior Length 33’4” 35’4”
Width 96” 96”
Height 78” 78”
Rear Door RAMP RAMP
Width 90” 90”
Height 84” 84”
Hitch Weight 620 664
Height 21” 21”
Ball Size 2-5/16” 2-5/16”
Platform Height 26” 26”
G.V.W.R.  12,000 12,000
Curb Weight 4570 4970
Payload Capacity 7430 7030
Axles (Single) 2-6000# 2-6000#
Brakes  2-ELEC. 2-ELEC.
Tires  ST235/80R16D ST235/80R16D
Wheels  8-BOLT 8-BOLT
Frame  2” X 7” 2” X 7”
Floor (16″ O/C) 5/8” MARINE 5/8” MARINE
Int.Sidewalls (16″ O/C) 12” KICK PANEL 12” KICK PANEL
Standard Features
  • Rubber Torsion axle with EZ lube hubs
  • (2) 12V dome lights
  • Rear ramp with spring assist
  • Bonded .030 metal with screwed seam
  • Tongue jack
  • All L.E.D. lights
  • E.D. fuse panel
  • Rear stabilizer jacks
  • Beavertail Floor
  • Marine-Grade Plywood floor (7-Ply)
  • Aluminum cambar with grease zerks
  • .024 Seamless aluminum roof
  • (8) D-Ring tie-downs
  • Roof vent
  • Side access door
  • Stoneguard
  • Stainless steel hinges with grease zerks
  • Truss roof bows
  • Fold-away step

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  1. Valerie Thomson Racing & Rance Aluminum Trailers

    Rance Aluminum Trailer testament.doc
    Testament for Rance Aluminum Trailer:

    My trailer is an ENCLOSED V-Nose ALUMINUM MOTORCYCLE TRAILER by Rance Aluminum Trailers.

    Website: http://www.rancealuminum.com
    Our trailer is on this website: http://www.kcaluminumtrailers.com

    I’ve purchased my Rance Aluminum Motorcycle hauler in 2006 and to this day it still looks and feels brand new. The Quicksilver Powersports Lubricants/CTEK hauler has over 150,000 miles on it. The hauler is lightweight, high quality and while towing it you never know it’s there. It’s been a pleasure to work with the team at Rance Aluminum. There customer service is second to none!

    Pre-Trip Checklist
    This is the most important thing you should look at before using your new cargo trailer. Please take your time, and make sure you go over this list completely! A description of how these parts work and how they should be properly checked is included on the following pages of this manual.

    Hitch and coupler w/safety pin
    Safety chains crossed and secured properly
    All jacks are up
    All running lights, brake lights, and turn signals functioning
    Brakes, brake controller, and breakaway system
    Proper tire pressure and tire condition on trailer and tow vehicle
    Wheel lug nuts tightened
    Doors, windows, and roof vents closed
    Tie-down devices
    Proper load distribution
    The most common causes of accidents are (l) Improper coupling (2) Excessive speed or failure; road conditions (3) Uneven or overloading (4) Improper tire pressure (5) Loose lug nuts
    Safety chains: Be sure to always connect the safety chains by crossing them beneath the coupler when hooking to your trailer. Crossing your safety chains forms a cradle to catch the tongue in case of disconnect. If you notice that your chains are too long, then they should be shortened (just simply twist them). If they look like they have been over-stressed, they should be replaced. In many states and provinces it is required by law that you cross your safety chains.

    Brakes: Forest River trailers come with many different types of brake options. Repair and service information for each available type of brake can be found in the Axle Manufacturer’s Service Manual or online at:

    We only us Dexter Axles http://www.dexteraxle.com/
    Please follow all of the axle manufacturer’s instructions concerning brakes. Remember that failure to follow instructions could result in loss of warranty. Brakes on new trailers usually tend to “pull” or pulsate, but don’t worry, this is normal. Remember that not all Forest River trailers are equipped with brakes.
    Tire pressure: The proper air pressure for your tires is printed on the sidewall of the tire. Air pressure should always be checked when tires are cold for the most accurate reading. You must not raise or lower your air pressure to meet your load. Serious injury may result from under- and over-inflation. Excessive wear and tear will also result if recommended pressure is not met. You must avoid, if possible, any potholes, curbs, or other hazards in the road. There is a chart on page 14 that describes various symptoms of tire wear and their causes.

    Hitch and coupler: You must correctly match your tow vehicle to your trailer. It is essential that your tow vehicle can handle the total trailer weight (GVWR). You should also check to see that the hitch weight carrying capacity of your tow vehicle matches the loaded tongue weight of your trailer. If you have a brake controller, then you want it to match with the number of braking wheels on your trailer. The electrical wiring of your tow vehicle needs to match the wiring on your trailer. It is very important that the ball on your hitch matches the coupler size on the trailer.

    Proper load distribution: All Forest River trailers are carefully designed to maintain a proper hitch weight when the trailer is evenly loaded. If improperly loaded, your trailer can become very unstable and difficult to control on the road. Uneven loading and improper hitch weight can make steering difficult and result in unsafe stopping and braking of the trailer and the tow vehicle.

    For bumper-hitch trailers, always load 60% of the cargo weight evenly in front of the axles. For Goosenecks, load 70% of the weight in front of the axles. This will result in approximately 10% of the loaded trailer weight on the hitch. Hitch weight should never be less than 10 percent of the gross vehicle weight (trailer plus payload).

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