Rock Solid Cargo Frequently Asked Questions
This is a list of questions we are often asked about Rock Solid Cargo Trailers.
Does Rock Solid Cargo make Race Car Trailers?
Yes, Rock Solid Cargo does build race trailers. We can help design a car hauler to fit your needs ranging from a smaller trailer to a larger trailer. We can add different options to help fit your needs.
Can I get a Rock Solid Trailer delivered to my home?
Yes, Indeed. Here at Reedy Branch Equipment, we work with a trusted 3rd party shipper that can deliver your trailer almost anywhere in the United States.
How does Rock Solid Cargo's Warranty Work?
Does Rock Solid Cargo make Landscaping Trailers?
Of course. We can help with making the right choice for your next trailer. We can help design your trailer to last by beefing up the axles and adding additional items!
Can I Finance a Rock Solid Cargo Trailer?
Yes you can. We have lenders available to help you with your trailer financing and purchase. Click Here to learn more about financing a trailer.
Where are Rock Solid Cargo Trailers made?
Rock Solid Cargo Trailers are made in Douglas, GA. We can help with getting a trailer delivered almost anywhere in the U.S. if needed.
What kind of frame does Rock Solid Cargo use?
All of our trailers are built with an 11 Gauge Tubing Mainframe. All of our trailers are welded in one of the most organized frame shops in the Enclosed Cargo Trailer Industry.
Is E-Track welded to the floor/frame?
Yes, our E-Track is welded to the frame on all Rock Solid Cargo Trailers. Wall or Floor E-Track is welded to the frame to provide extra strength when securing your cargo inside a trailer. Putting E-Track in an enclosed trailer also strengthens the frame.
Are D-Rings Welded to the Frame?
A steel plate is welded to the frame then the D-rings are bolted to the plate to ensure they are secure.
D-Rings are rated at 5000 lbs each.
What is the Wall Spacing on a Rock Solid Cargo Trailer?
16” O/C wall studs. All of our trailers are built with 16” O/C walls studs.
What is the Floor Spacing on a Rock Solid Cargo Trailer?
16” O/C flooring crossmembers. All of our trailers are built with 16” O/C c-channel cross members.
How Thick Are Wall Studs on a Rock Solid Cargo Trailer?
1.5”x1” Tubing on all Rock Solid Cargo Wall Studs.
We use a thicker tubing on our walls vs. standard 1”x1” tubing.
What Type of Plywood Does Rock Solid Cargo Use on Their Trailers?
¾” Sanded Plywood Flooring and 3/8” Sanded Plywood Walls.
How Tall is a Rock Solid Cargo Trailer?
6’ and 7’ Wide Trailers are 6’3” interior height.
8.5’ Wide Trailers are 6’6” interior height. Need a higher ceiling? No problem, ask to upgrade the height when ordering your new trailer!
Where is Rock Solid Cargo Located?
How Long Has Rock Solid Cargo Been in Business?
Rock Solid Cargo was founded in 2017.
Owner Tony Wright, and his son, Co-Owner Caleb Wright, had been in the enclosed trailer business for many years before opening Rock Solid Cargo. In 2017, along with a handful of investors, Tony Wright and Caleb Wright decided to open their own Enclosed Trailer Manufacturing Facility and haven’t looked back since. In 2019, Rock Solid Cargo was named “Fastest Growing Business of Year” by the National American Trailer Association. Rock Solid Cargo employs nearly 215 employees.
What are Rock Solid Cargo’s Business Hours?
8AM-5PM Eastern Time.
What is Rock Solid Cargo’s Warranty?
5 Year Structural Warranty. Rock Solid Cargo stands behind their Trailer 100%.
Where can I learn more about Rock Solid Cargo?
Read more about Rock Solid Cargo here