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6x12 Enclosed Cargo Trailers

Work or play, Cargo Express builds the best cargo trailers on the market, packing them with a list of standard features that add up to big cargo trailer values. From small enclosed cargo trailers to 20-foot cargo trailers and more, you’ll find a gamut of cargo trailer sizes to meet your every hauling need.

At Cargo Express, these trailers are built to pull double duty any day of the week, getting your gear from jobsite to campsite to racetrack and everything in between. Available in a variety of lengths, widths and designs, including flat top, round top, V-nose and gooseneck, Cargo Express’ work and play trailers get the job done. Each one is built with the same high-quality tube main frame construction and includes premium features that reflect the company’s promise to deliver the industry’s best cargo trailer values. And because Cargo Express’ enclosed cargo trailers offer thoughtful innovation, unrivaled durability and reassuring performance, peace of mind follows you wherever you go.

The 5- and 6’ flat top models have a 24” wedge nose, while the 7’ flat tops bring that number up to 30”. If you’re set on a round top, you’ll find your deluxe trailer has a TPO cap, a .030 top wrap and a radius front. Either way, the aluminum exterior with one-piece aluminum roof and single or double rear aluminum framed doors exhibit the craftsmanship that goes into every EX DLX trailer.

With a wide variety of payload capacities, you won’t have to worry about what you’re taking along for the ride. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t make the experience even better by upgrading to some of our most popular trailer options. For instance, give your trailer a ramp door upgrade across all widths, brighten up the place with an extra LED dome light or improve your overall safety with a brake axle upgrade (per axle) and an interior spare tire carrier.

All trailer prices are subject to change at anytime.  Not all trailers pictured reflect the trailer in inventory. The price does not include tax, title or plate, which are all collected by the registry.

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