Iron Bull 7 x 18 14K EWB Rampage Ramp Equipment Trailer

Manufacturer:Iron Bull
Category:Equipment - Bumper Pull
GVWR:14,000 pounds
Weight:3,050 pounds
Payload:10,950 pounds
Available at our Madras location


Iron Bull's 8” I-Beam equipment hauler EWB model. This trailer differs from their ETB model primarily in sub-frame construction techniques and materials.
  • 8” I-Beam Frame & Tongue (10 lbs/ft )
  • Tandem 7k Brake Axles
  • Super Lube Hubs
  • 235/80 R16 Radial Tires
  • Oversized Front Tool Box
  • 10k Drop-Leg Bolt-On Jack
  • Slide in, Stand-Up Ramps or Rampage Ramps
  • 2x6 Treated Lumber Flooring
  • 16” Silver Mod Wheels
  • 8 Weld-On D-Rings
  • Removable 14 Ga Diamond Plate Fenders
  • 3” Structural Crossmembers on 16” Centers
  • Integrated Tie-Downs on Front Bump Rail
  • Weld-On 3/8” Safety Chains
  • 5 Position 2 5/16” Ball Coupler
  • Premium Powder Coated Black
  • Lifetime LED Stop, Signal, Marker, & License Plate Lights
  • 6 Leaf Spring Suspension
  • DOT Reflective Tape
  • Electric Breakaway Kit with Charger
  • All Lighting DOT Approved
  • Molded Sealed Harness

Other Iron Bull Equipment Trailer lengths: 16', 18', 20', 22', 24', and 26'. Also 102" wide. Goosenecks, 10Ks, 14Ks, 21Ks, and more. Just ask us.

What your spouse and accountant are going to ask you:
  • Advertised prices are all-cash sales (cash, debit, personal or certified check)
  • Credit cards incur a 3% convenience fee
  • WA residents: a $200 negotiable documentation fee may be added
  • NO SALES TAX collected for out of state buyers with Two Approved Forms of Identification proving out of State Residency - contact us for details
  • Custom orders and deliveries are possible
  • Images may display optional items
  • VIN available at dealership
  • Prices do not include tax, license, or titling fees
  • Pricing and specifications may change without notice
  • Measurements are estimates and believed to be reasonably accurate
  • Our trailers sell fast! Make a (refundable) deposit to reserve your trailer today

All trailer measurements are approximate and believed to be reasonably accurate.

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