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7x16 dump trailer

7×16 Dump Trailers


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7x16 Enclosed Trailer

7×16 Enclosed Trailer

Condition: new
Model: 7 x 16 Tandem Axle
Width: 7′ or 84.00″
Weight: 2260 lbs
GVWR: 7000 lbs
Payload Capacity: 4740 lbs
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7x16 utility trailer

7X16 Utility Trailer


7X16 Utility Trailer

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blackout special


Condition: new
Year: 2022
Model: 7×16 Black Out Special
Width: 7′ or 84.00″
Payload Capacity: 4740 lbs
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Sale! 7 X 14 X 2 TA Hydraulic Dump Trailer

New 7 X 14 X 2 TA Hydraulic Dump Trailer #18167


Unveiling the 7 X 14 X 2 TA Hydraulic Dump Trailer – your ultimate solution for efficient loading and unloading tasks. With its hydraulic capabilities and spacious design, it simplifies hauling, making it ideal for various applications. Upgrade your hauling game with this versatile trailer today!

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7 x 14 TA Enclosed Cargo Trailer - Blackout - Quality Cargo

New Quality Cargo 7 x 14 TA Enclosed Cargo Trailer in Black #52504


Introducing the 2024 Quality Cargo 7 x 14 TA Enclosed Cargo Trailer – your reliable companion for safe and secure transportation. With its durable construction and ample space, it’s the perfect solution for all your hauling needs. Upgrade to quality today!

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7 Wide Trailer Resources & Helpful Information

You’ll find two different models for the 7x12 enclosed trailer - SA and TA. However, both our 7x14s and 7x16s come standard as tandem axles. As you might have guessed, “SA” stands for single axle and “TA” for tandem axle. 

In covering 7x12, 7x14, and 7x16 payload capacities, we actually have four different variations:

A 7x12 SA has one 3500-pound rated drop leaf spring axle while a 7x12TA will have two, 3500-pound rated drop leaf spring axles with braking systems on each axle.

Having a tandem axle 7x12 enclosed trailer more than doubles the payload capacity within the same-sized trailer footprint from 2,140 pounds with the single axle to an incredible 5,040 pounds with the tandem.

Our 7x16 trailers weigh in at right around 2,260 pounds. This is the empty weight aka the curb weight for the trailer and is an important weight to know as you haul cargo. Both your tow vehicle and your trailer have weight limits that promote safe operation.

You need to be aware of payload capacity, towing capacity, gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), and max tongue weight, among others. If you ever need clarification with trailer weights and measurements, you can always contact our team and a friendly associate will gladly take you through the numbers.

Absolutely. Now, as with any asset, properly maintaining your enclosed trailer is the best way to add years of useful life and prevent smaller issues from becoming major. With that said, sales for used enclosed cargo trailers are always hopping because so many different trades and individuals rely on these units.

Keep in mind, people are willing to pay good rates for used trailers that have been well maintained so when you go to purchase a new trailer from Renown you have that much more long term value for the investment being made.

The best 7’ wide enclosed trailer is going to be the one that best meets your needs for hauling cargo and also fits within your budget.

The 7x12 is a great trailer on the smaller size but the extra foot of room over a 6x12 really does make a difference you’ll feel. You can put more in a 7x12 than you’d think, especially when you see the massive 5,000+ pound payload capacity of a 7x12 tandem axle. 

Not to be left out, the 7x14s and 7x16s both definitely have their place. The 7x14 is a great middle-of-the-road trailer. Not too big, not too small, this cargo-carrying behemoth easily gets to the jobsite, ATV trails, or live event as a concessions trailer.

Bumping it up a notch to a 7x16 gives you a full two feet of extra length. That’s going to accommodate larger equipment and supply materials with ease. Perhaps it’s a race trailer for a prized show car or motorcycle. 

7x12 enclosed trailer TAs have a payload capacity of a whopping 5,040 pounds which means you can carry a heckuva lot of “toys” wherever they need to go. For example, a Honda Rancher 420 ATV weighs in at 580 pounds with standard equipment according to Honda’s powersports website.

At almost 4’ wide and 7’ long, you could easily fit this ATV onto a 7x12 and still have plenty of room for all your extra gear. Adding in some overhead cabinets and other storage is a customization option available on 7x12s which can really take them to the next level as your new go-to toy hauler.

You can place a secure order 100% online right from our site. Find a trailer, select your options, get financing, and even arrange for delivery all from the comfort of home.

When talking about the weight of an enclosed trailer, there is great variation in the weight of each trailer model and the options can change it drastically. For a single axle 7x14 enclosed trailer, the empty weight is going to be 1,520 pounds with a payload capacity of 1,980 pounds. 

When choosing the tandem axle option for a 7x14 enclosed trailer, there are several more options that will adjust the payload capacity. While the empty weight is going to be 2,120 pounds, you will have 3 different choices for axles which will change the payload capacity depending on your needs. With the 3,500 pound axles, you will have a payload capacity of 4,880 pounds, where the 5,200 pound axles will allow a payload capacity of 8,280, and the 7,000 pound axles will give you the payload capacity of 11,880 pounds. 

One of the most important things to know when looking at enclosed trailers is to understand the space (or volume) within the trailer you want. The exact volume of the space inside a 7x14 enclosed trailer is going to vary based on your options, but for the standard option of 73” interior height, wall-to-wall width of 80”, the 7x14 option is a fantastic middle option for both interior space and payload weight capacity. 

With numerous ways to increase the volume within your enclosed trailer, you can maximize the amount of equipment you can haul and your viable space within your trailer. By upgrading to options such as a higher ceiling, larger capacity axles, or other options, you can be certain that your equipment will fit perfectly inside your trailer.

There are numerous ways to customize your 7x14 enclosed trailer in order to get the perfect trailer for your needs. With options to upgrade and increase your interior height, the lights on the inside, options for upgrading your axle, exterior color choice, and metal type, the build of your trailer can be completely customized for you. With hundreds of standard options, and customizable choices, Renown Cargo Trailers will create the perfect match for your lawn care business, traveling group, band, or hobby enthusiast. Check out some of the wide range of options available for enclosed trailers or contact us to request a quote if you have any questions. Let our team with over 120 years of combined experience find the right trailer for you.

The Ultimate Guide to Enclosed Cargo Trailer Tie Downs

By renowncargotr | June 29, 2022

When it comes to traveling with enclosed cargo, securing it correctly is an absolute necessity. As you travel, your motorcycles, equipment, and other cargo will shift and move about the trailer if you do not have it properly tied down. That is where some reliable tie-downs for trailers are a vital component for every enclosed …

What’s the Advantage of a V-Nose Enclosed Trailer?

By renowncargotr | March 24, 2022

V-nose enclosed trailers are known for their distinctive shape, which provides a range of benefits for the modern cargo hauler. Anyone who has hauled a v-nose over a flat trailer can attest to this design simply makes for a better towing experience. We’ll take a look at what makes V-nose trailers special, the advantages they …

7×16 Enclosed Trailer Weight Towing Guide

By renowncargotr | September 20, 2021

Knowing everything there is to know about how towing cargo with a 7×16 trailer works starts with a seemingly pretty straightforward topic – trailer weight. There are a lot of different variables that go into safely hauling a fully-loaded 7×16 at highway speeds that are each affected by weight. This towing guide was designed to …

How Much Does a 7×16 Enclosed Cargo Trailer Cost?

By renowncargotr | September 13, 2021

Ah, the age old question, how much does a 7×16 enclosed cargo trailer cost. Experts have been arguing this question for ages but have yet to come up with a solid answer. Today, our trailer pros are digging deep to uncover all of the costs of a 7×16 enclosed trailer to discover the true value …

The Top 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Enclosed Trailer Axles

By renowncargotr | August 26, 2020

Single axle, tandem axle, torsion axles, oh my? Truth is, we receive a lot of questions from our customers concerning enclosed trailer axles. That’s because this component really defines how much of a load your new trailer can safely carry. So, in today’s spotlight series, we sat down with our trailer pros and decided to …

7×16 vs 8.5×20 Enclosed Trailer Comparison

By renowncargotr | February 21, 2020

There’s no doubt that both the 7×16 and 8.5×20 are tough cargo trailers. Each enclosed trailer can carry thousands of pounds of whatever you need to transport and each are solid workhorses, built for years of faithful service. So when considering which enclosed cargo trailer is right for your situation, how do you know which …

Single Vs. Tandem Axle Enclosed Cargo Trailers

By renowncargotr | December 18, 2019

Over the years, our customers have asked many times whether the inherent versatility of the single axle trailer or the powerhouse qualities that make up our tandem axle trailer takes the cake as the best trailer we carry. Truth is, both of these trailer options have their own distinct advantages and disadvantages when compared to …