Summit 7 x 18 10K Full Tilt Deck Trailer - Cascade

Category:Tilt Deck - Full Tilt
Available at our Woodland location


Summit Trailers are proudly built in the Pacific Northwest. Many of the manufacturing techniques are borrowed from the aerospace industry and the quality shows.
  • New Summit Tilt Deck Trailer Cascade Model
  • 7 x 18 Tandem Load Rating # 9,990 lbs.
  • Two 5200 lb. Axles built by Rockwell American
  • Pay Load or Cargo Capacity on trailer is around 7,700 lbs.
  • Electric Brakes on both axles Bearing Buddy Hubs
  • 2 5/16th Coupler Safety Break Away Switch and Battery
  • Nice Functional Tongue Jack Bump Rail
  • D Rings Stake Pockets
  • Very Clean Stained Decking Full L.E.D. Lighting
  • Smooth Metal Fenders Fender Steps
  • Radial 15 Inch Six Lug Tire and Up Graded Wheels
  • Excellent Paint
  • Dampening Cylinder
  • Approach plates that feather to the ground so that small wheeled or low profile autos can load smoothly on to trailer.
  • Heavy Duty Tongue and frame

Summit makes Split Deck and Full Tilt trailers in 7 x 16 to 7 x 22 sizes in 7K, 14K, or 14K versions. Just ask us for details and availability.

  • 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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