NCVF 8.5' Flat Top Auto Trailer

NCVF 8.5' Flat Top Auto Trailer

General Information

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Standard Specifications

  • 3500lb Dexter Sprung Axles
  • NEV-R-ADJUST Brakes, EZ Lube Hubs
  • NXP Stainless Steel Ramp Door Latch System
  • Integrated Inline Tongue, Coupler- 2-5/16"
  • Rear Ramp Door - NXP, Pro-Flap & Spring Assist
  • Flushlock Curbside Door-36"
  • Bonded Exterior Skin, .030 Aluminum
  • 1 Piece Seamless Aluminum Roof
  • Tongue Jack, Drop Leg, Zinc Coated
  • Aluminum Tread Plate Stoneguard - 12"
  • White Vinyl Walls
  • 4' V-Nose
  • LED Exterior Lighting
  • Exterior Grade Plywood Floor - 3/4"
  • 4 - HD Tie Downs
  • 16" O/C HD Wall Post
  • 16" O/C Tube Crossmembers
  • 16" O/C Roof Bows
  • 2 - 12 Volt Dome Lights W/Switch
  • Aluminum fenders
  • 15" Bias Tires on Silver Wheels

Dimensions

NCVF Specifications

Model Axles Box Length Std. Int. Ht. Plus 6" Plus 12" Avg Wt
(Std Ht)
NCV1885TF
2-3500lbs
18'
80.25"
86.25"
92.25"
2550lbs
NCV2085TF
2-3500lbs
20'
80.25"
86.25"
92.25"
2700lbs
NCV2285TF
2-3500lbs
22'
80.25"
86.25"
92.25"
2900lbs
NCV2485TF
2-3500lbs
24'
80.25"'
86.25"
92.25"
3172lbs
NCV2685TF
2-3500lbs
26'
80.25"
86.25"
92.25"
3358lbs
DOOR OPENINGS:
Front Ramp
58" W
 
73.25" H
79.25" H
85.25" H
 
Rear Ramp
92" W
73.25" H
79.25" H
85.25" H
 
Side Door
36" W
74" H
78" H
78" H
 

*Curb Weights are +/- 20#. Why? This is the variance on our 40 foot truck scale. We weigh each and every trailer! Your trailer will have it's specific curb weight when you receive your paperwork. For weight purposes on our site, we average the weight for each model, and since some trailers have more options than others, they are approximately what your trailer may weigh.

NCVF Dimensions

Main Comparison Chart PDF Download
NCVF 8.5 Wides PDF Download
Sports Tie Down System PDF Download

Options

NEO Trailer OPTIONS refer to the different things we offer on our trailers. Not all options are available on each trailer however. Please select a category below to view options for NEO Trailers.











Manuals

1. Safety Information
1.1. Safety Alert Symbols and Signal Words
1.2. Major Hazards
1.2.1. Driving Too Fast
1.2.2. Failure to Adjust Handling While Towing a Trailer
1.2.3. Trailer Not Properly Coupled to the Hitch
1.2.4. Incorrect Use of Safety Chains
1.2.5. Incorrect Use of Breakaway Brake
1.2.6. Mismatch of Trailer and Hitch
1.2.7. Unsafe Tires, Lug Nuts or Wheels
1.2.8. Overload
1.2.9. Unsafe Load Distribution
1.2.10. Shifting Cargo
1.2.11. Inappropriate Cargo
1.2.12. Inoperable Brakes, Lights or Mirrors
1.2.13. Hazards From Modifying Your Trailer
1.2.14. Hazards from Accessories
1.2.14.1. Generator
1.2.14.2. Shore Power
1.2.14.3. LP Gas Fuel System
1.2.15. Reporting Safety Defects
1.2.16. Safety Warning Labels on Your Trailer
1.2.17. Trailer Towing Guide
2. Tire Safety Information
2.1. Steps for Determining Correct Load Limit - Trailer
2.1.1 Trailers 10,000 Pounds GVWR or Less
2.1.2. Trailers Over 10,000 Pounds GVWR
2.2. Steps for Determining Correct Load Limit - Tow Vehicle
2.3. Glossary of Tire Terminology
2.4. Tire Safety - Everything Rides On It
2.5. Safety First - Basic Tire Maintenance
2.5.1 Finding Your Vehicle's Recommended Tire Pressure and Load Limit
2.5.2 Understanding Tire Pressure and Load Limits
2.5.3 Checking Tire Pressure
2.5.4 Steps for Maintaining Proper Tire Pressure
2.5.5 Tire Size
2.5.6 Tire Tread
2.5.7 Tire Balance and Wheel Alignment
2.5.8 Tire Repair
2.5.9 Tire Fundamentals
2.5.9.1 Information on Passenger Vehicle Tires
2.5.9.2 UTQGS Information
2.5.9.3 Additional Information on Light Truck Tires
2.6 Tire Safety Tips
3. Coupling to the Tow Vehicle
3.1. Use an Adequate Tow Vehicle and Hitch
3.1.1. Trailer Information
3.1.2. Tow Vehicle
3.2. Coupling and Uncoupling the Trailer
3.2.1. Trailer with Ball-Hitch Coupler
3.2.1.1. Before coupling the trailer to the tow vehicle
3.2.1.2. Prepare the coupler and hitch
3.2.1.3. Couple the trailer to the tow vehicle
3.2.1.4. Rig the safety chains
3.2.1.5. Attach and test electric breakaway brake system
3.2.1.6. Connect the electrical cables
3.2.1.7. Uncoupling the Ball Hitch Trailer with Tongue Jack
3.2.2. Trailer with Gooseneck Coupler and Drop-leg Jack
3.2.2.1. Prepare the ball receiver and gooseneck ball
3.2.2.2. Couple the trailer to the tow vehicle
3.2.2.3. Rig the safety chains
3.2.2.4. Attach and test the breakaway brake system
3.2.2.5. Connect the electrical cables
3.2.2.6. Uncoupling the Gooseneck Trailer with Drop-leg Jack
3.2.3. Trailer with Fifth-wheel Pin Box and Drop-leg Jack
3.2.3.1. Before attempting to tow the trailer
3.2.3.2. Attach and test the breakaway brake system
3.2.3.3. Connect the electrical cables
3.2.3.4. Uncoupling the Fifth-Wheel Trailer with Drop-leg Jack
4. Loading the Trailer
4.1. Checking Tongue Weight
4.2. Securing the Cargo
4.2.1. Loading Cargo (Open Trailer)
4.2.1.1. Preparing the Trailer for Loading
4.2.1.2. Loading a Rigid-deck Trailer
4.2.1.3. Loading a Pivoting-deck Trailer
4.2.2. Loading Cargo (Enclosed Trailer)
4.2.2.1. Preparing the Trailer for Loading
4.2.2.2. Loading the Enclosed Trailer
5. Checking the Trailer Before and During Each Tow
5.1. Pre-tow Checklist
5.2. Make Regular Stops
6. Breaking-in a New Trailer
6.1. Retighten Lug Nuts at First 10, 25 & 50 Miles
6.2. Adjust Brake Shoes at First 200 Miles
6.3. Synchronizing the Brake Systems
7. Accessories
7.1. Gasoline-powered Electric Generators
7.2. Accessory Battery
7.3. Shore Power
7.4. LP Gas Fuel System
7.4.1. LP Gas System Troubleshooting
7.5. Vending & Accessory Doors
7.6. Electric-powered Landing Gear
8. Inspection Service & Maintenance
8.1. Inspection, Service & Maintenance Summary Charts
8.2. Inspection and Service Instructions
8.2.1. Axle Bolts, Frame, Suspension, & Structure
8.2.1.1. Trailer Jacking Locations
8.2.2. Trailer Structure
8.2.2.1. Fasteners and Frame Members
8.2.2.2. Welds
8.2.3. Drop Ramp Torsion Springs
8.2.4. Slide-Outs
8.2.5. Trailer Brakes
8.2.5.1. Brake Shoes and Drums
8.2.5.2. Manually Adjusting Brake Shoes
8.2.5.3. Brakes, Electric
8.2.5.4. Brakes, Hydraulic (vacuum, air or electric operated)
8.2.5.5. Electric Brakes, Basic Troubleshooting
8.2.6. Trailer Connection to Tow Vehicle
8.2.6.1. Coupler and Ball
8.2.6.2. Gooseneck
8.2.6.3. Fifth Wheel Kingpin
8.2.7. Landing Leg or Jack
8.2.8. Lights and Signals
8.2.9. Accessory Battery
8.2.10. Tires
8.2.10.1. Tire Wear Guide
8.2.11. Wheel Rims
8.2.12. Wheels, Bearings and Lug Nuts
8.2.12.1. Unsealed Bearings (Hubs)
8.2.13. Lug Nuts (Bolts) Torque Specs
8.2.14. Axle and Coupler Torque Specs
8.3. Neo Trailer Wiring Diagrams
8.4. Dexter Axle Manuals
9. Warranty Information
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