Stacker Trailers

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Stacker Race Trailers for Sale


General Stacker Trailers at Millennium Trailers

Stacker trailers are multiple vehicles trailer that allow cars to be loaded on a lower and upper deck. These trailers include a lift in the trailer which allow cars to be raised to the upper level. Stacker trailers come in both gooseneck and bumper pull models. Bumper pull models generally allow for 2 cars, while the gooseneck models can hold as many as 3 cars. Most stacker trailers come with tie down systems, finished interior and cabinets. Stacker trailers are pulled with large motor homes, semi-truck, Ford F-650s or Chevy 6500. These trailers are an ideal product for transporting multiple cars in a enclosed trailer. We offer custom stacker trailers that are build to order.

Millennium Trailers offers multiple brands to service out clients needs. We offer goose neck, fifth wheel and bumper pull stacker trailers. All are enclosed stacker trailers.

You can also browse our stacker trailers for sale. We build aluminum stacker trailers similar to an ATC stacker trailer.


Common Stacker Trailer Options

Most options that are in a normal trailer are also available in stacker trailers. Generally these trailers have triple torsion axles.. Torsion axles provide better performance. For cosmetic purposes you may choose an exterior without fasteners. A power assist tongue jack, either an electric or hydraulic jack. The reason for this is simple, your stacker trailer (even more so when loaded) is very heavy and turning a normal jack would be very difficult.

Other options that are common are generators, 110v electrical packages, cabinets, ramp extensions to load vehicles with low clearance and electric winches. There are hundreds of options and the best way to get the stacker trailer that you need is to speak with a Millennium Trailer’s design specialist.

Lift Options

In order to get a car on to the upper level of the trailer, some type of electric & hydraulic lifting system is required.  The two main systems are to put a car lift similar to the one found in a garage and the other is a lift gate for stacker trailers.

Internal Lift

The most common lift type in a stacker trailer is a Stinger lift.  Stinger lifts come in 6 sizes: 10 feet, 13 feet, 14 feet, 16 feet, 18 feet, 24 feet.  Lift are powder coated and designed for cars and heavy use.  The lift can be bought for a 6,000# capacity on a #4,000 capacity.  A 12V systems drives the lift up an down.When fully raised the lift allows for 80″ clearance and has Drings to a tie down a car.  The lift is a great and economical way lift cars up and stack them in a trailer.

Here are examples of stinger lift:
stinger lift
stinger lift in a trailer used for cars
Stinger Logo

Lift Gates

Lift gates are mechanical devices that lay flat on the ground, allowing the user drive the car on to the lift.  The lift is then raised and the car is either driven or winched on to the upper or lower deck.  The lift gate generally weighs less and is more desirable than a lift inside the trailer.  Choosing the best lift for you can change the functionality and usability.  Give this area serious consideration.

Bard Unit Air Conditioning

Due to the added height of a stacker trailer, roof mounted air conditioners are not feasible because this added height could make the trailer unable to clear bridge underpasses. The type of air conditioner needed for a stacker trailer is manufactured by Bard and is often times referred to as a bard unit.  The units can but out a tremendous amount of cold air, but also require a significant amount of power. A Bard unit can easily consume over 7kw of generator power, so if you are running a unit like this it is recommended that a 12kw-20kw generator be used.  For specific information please contact Millennium Trailers and we can provide expert advice.

Stacker Trailer Images

Below are three images of stack trailers.  Each image offers a unique look at difference aspects and types of stacker trailers

4 Car Gooseneck Stacker Trailer

This image shows a gooseneck stacker trailer.  Gooseneck stacker trailers can, in some cases, hold up to 5 cars.  It is also feasible to put a lounge or bathroom in the gooseneck stacker.  We offer a maximum total weight of a gooseneck stacker trailer cannot exceed 25,999.  Normally we do not stock gooseneck stack trailers because most of these trailers are custom built to fit the specific application of the user.

Inside a Stacker Trailer

This image shows a the inside of a bumper pull stacker trailer.  It shows the lift, the cabinet package, a tool box, and stairs leading to the upper deck.

Bumper Pull Stacker Trailer

Image of a bumper pull stacker trailer.  Stacker trailers normally have an extended tongue, an electric jack and a battery mounted on the front.  Normally bumper pull stacker trailers will utilize longer tongues because the air towed by diesel motorhomes.  Not all diesel motorhomes are equipped to pull a stacker trailer and you should contact the motorhome dealer or manufacturer to ensure your tow rig is safe.