Arrow

The Arrow trailers are designed as our lightweight steel models and are our "ECO" version of the Night Hawk Trailer. The V-nose and tapered roof, coupled with a variety of sizes and options make it the perfect trailer for the following applications: hauling motorcycles/motorsports, household items, moving kids to college, furniture moving/storage, scout troops, and weekend enthusiasts.

Standard Features

15" Radial Tires with Silver Mod Wheels

15

Flow-Thru Sidewall Vents

Flow-Thru Sidewall Vents

LED Clearance & Tail Lights

LED Clearance & Tail Lights
  • Spring Axle with E-Z LubeĀ® Hubs
  • Smooth Aluminum Radius Fenders
  • 3/4" PlexCore Interior Floor
  • Chassis Z-Tech Undercoated
  • Tapered V-Nose
  • Flat Roof
  • Lauan Interior Sidewalls
  • 1 Piece Aluminum Roof
  • 15" Radial Tires
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • 4" Drop Axles
  • .024 Black, White or Pewter Aluminum
  • 12v LED Dome Light (1) with Self Switch
  • Radial Tires
  • 32" Side Door with Bar Lock (no side door on 5'W models)
  • 16" Starbright Stoneguard
  • Rear Ramp Door with Flap (Single Swing Door on 5'W models)
  • Silver Mod Wheels
  • 24" OC Roof Bows
  • 24" OC Crossmembers
  • 16" OC Sidewall Posts
  • Electric Brakes with Breakaway Kit (Tandem Axle Models)
  • Safety Chains
  • Ball Coupler Hitch
  • 500 lb. Surface Wall Mounted Rope Rings (4)

Standard Features, Specifications and Available Options subject to change without notice.

Specifications
Model Number AR58SA AR612SA AR714TA2 AR820TA2
Overall Length 11' 6" 16' 0"  17' 8" 23' 6"
Overall Width 6' 8" 7' 8"  8' 6" 8' 6"
Overall Height 7' 2" 8' 2" 8'3" 8' 5"
Interior Length 9' 1" 13' 3" 15' 3" 21' 6"
Interior Width 4' 8" 5' 8"  6' 8" 8' 0"
Interior Height 5' 6' 6' 6"  6' 6" 6' 6"
Side Door Standard Standard  Standard Standard
Side Door Width N/A 32"  32" 32"
Rear Doors Rear Single Swing Door Rear Ramp Door  Rear Ramp Door Rear Ramp Door
Rear Door Width 51" 63"  75" 91"
Rear Door Height 59" 67" 67" 75"
Hitch Weight (% of Curb Weight) 10% to 15% 10% to 15% 10% to 15% 10% to 15%
Hitch Height 16" 16" 17" 20"
Ball Size 2" 2"  2-5/16"  2-5/16"
Platform Height 18" 18"  19" 19"
Axle Type Spring Spring Spring Spring
Axle Quantity Single Single Tandem Tandem
GVWR 2,980 lbs 2,980 lbs  7,000 lbs 7,000 lbs
Curb Weight 935 lbs 1,325 lbs  2,125 lbs 3,100 lbs
Payload Capacity 2,045 lbs 1,655 lbs  4,875 lbs 3,900 lbs
Brakes N/A Optional Electric Electric
Tires ST205/75R15/C ST205/75R15/C ST205/75R15/C ST205/75R15/C
Wheels 5 Bolt 5 Bolt  5 Bolt 5 Bolt
Main Rails 2" x 3" Tube 2" x 3" Tube 2" x 4" Tube 6" I-Beam
Floor 3/4" PlexCore 3/4" PlexCore 3/4" PlexCore 3/4" PlexCore
Side Walls Economy Sidewall Liner Economy Sidewall Liner Economy Sidewall Liner Economy Sidewall Liner
12v Connector 4-Way 4-Way 7-Way 7-Way

Popular Packages

Deluxe Package

Deluxe Package

  • .030 Prefinished Exterior Aluminum Skin
  • Choice of nine (9) Exterior Colors
  • 3/8" PlexCore Interior Sidewalls
  • 5,000 lb Square D-Ring with Welded Plate (4) in place of wall-mounted rope rings (6'W, 7'W & 8.5'W models)
Additional Options

Non-Powered Roof Vent

E-Track Sidewall

6-Inches Extra Height

Colors
Aluminum
Vs.
Steel
 
American Hauler manufacturers both steel and aluminum framed trailers. Both have their unique advantages and both make excellent trailers. Few materials can match the strength and durability of steel. Because steel is so strong, you can often use less in the manufacturing process, partially negating the weight. In general, steel is less expensive than aluminum. Aluminum is a lighter metal in terms of density and overall not as strong. Aluminum does have natural anti-corrosive properties which provide a long-lasting attractive appearance and requires less maintenance. Depending on your application and budget, American Hauler can provide the best-suited trailer, steel or aluminum, for your planned use.
Why Choose Us
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American Hauler Trailers are sold and serviced through a professional network of authorized dealers that is over 190 strong. Our distribution footprint extends to the East Coast, as far South as Tennessee, West to Colorado, and North into Canada.