Max Interior Height
We measure all of our interior heights as a Maximum Interior Height. This means that if you’re buying a 6’6″ maximum interior height trailer you’ll have 6’6″ (78″) from the top of the floor to the bottom of the seamless roofing material. You will lose 2″ in net height where the roof cross members are and additionally will lose about another 1/2″ wherever the interior lights are located.
If you choose to add the finished ceiling option you will lose this 2″ throughout the trailer plus another .030″ for the finished ceiling material.
Rear Door Opening Height
The opening of the rear door of a trailer is LESS than the maximum interior height. All of our ramp doors (and cargo doors) are framed for with an aluminum tube above them as a header. A general rule of thumb for ramp door heights is 6″ less than the maximum interior height of the trailer. Note that front ramp doors and cargo doors are different. See the chart below for appropriate dimensions. As always please feel free to contact us with any questions.
Want a bigger ramp door opening without increasing overall height? Check out our beavertail option!
|Max Interior Height||5’6″||6’1″||6’6″||7’0″||7’6″|
|Net Interior Height*||64″||71″||76″||82″||88″|
|Rear Ramp Door Opening||60″||67″||72″||78″||84″|
|Rear Cargo Door Opening||57″||64″||70″||74″||74″|
|Front Ramp Door Opening||60″||67″||71″||71″||71″|
*Does not account for interior lights
Many of our models of trailers are available in a multitude of different interior heights. See chart below for available heights on different models of trailers. Some exceptions may apply. Call for details.
|5′ Wide V-Nose||Y||Y||Y|
|6′ Wide V-Nose||Y||Y||Y|
|80″ Wide V-Nose||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7′ Wide V-Nose||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7.5′ Wide V-Nose||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8′ Wide V-Nose||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|101″ Wide V-Nose||Y||Y||Y||Y|