Rig of the Month: Futura’s Sleek Tandem Low Loader Trailers

As the official trailer/motorcoach dealer of Dragzine, Flying A Motorsports’ extensive lineup of new and used motorhomes and toterhomes, race car trailers, stacker trailers, car haulers, and cargo trailers will be highlighted here in a monthly feature, the Rig of the Month.

Featured this month is a very unique trailer for racers with equally unique needs or tastes in their hauler. Futura Trailers manufactures a whole range of innovative lowering trailers that are designed for vehicles that sit low to the ground, have obtrusive ground effects that make trailer ramps a challenge, or for the racer who simply enjoys the luxury of driving their vehicle right onto the trailer without fiddling with ramps.

Futura’s trailers use a sleek, mostly hidden hydraulic and cable system to raise and lower the trailer at the push of a remote button, dropping the tail of the trailer deck 1-inch off the ground, making it possible for even the lowest of ride-height vehicles to drive on without dragging the nose. The trailers, when lowered, have a 3-degree pitch angle to further ensure low-sitting vehicles can be loaded and unloaded without a hiccup.

With the low loader trailers, one can load up their car in just a minute’s time, and they can do so safely and without frills. The anodized aluminum chassis, aircraft-grade rivets, and complete metal assembly provide a truly professional product inside and out; the trailer deck features raised sides at the front and rear to ensure you don’t drive off the sides while loading or unloading; specially-designed guide rails house continuous tie points on the front, rear, and sides of the chassis for proper tie-down strap security; the trailers also provide ample door clearance so you’ll have no trouble getting in and out of your car.

Futura’s complete lineup of trailers is available through Flying A Motorsports, and among its current stock are a 2019 model 16-foot Low Loader tandem, and a 2020 model, 19-foot Low Loader Pro Car Hauler. The former features a full stone guard to protect your vehicle, while the latter, more fully equipped, sports a tire rack, stone guard, a winch with wireless remote, and provisions to carry a spare tire.

The trailers feature LED lighting, electric brakes, alloy wheels, a CNC-machined chassis, 316 stainless steel rigging, concealed fixing and wiring, continuous tie rails front and rear, and more.

You can learn more about Futura’s lineup of trailers — including everything from 10-foot trailers for powersports to enclosed low loaders for your racecar — by visiting them on the web.

Article Sources

About the author

Andrew Wolf

Andrew has been involved in motorsports from a very young age. Over the years, he has photographed several major auto racing events, sports, news journalism, portraiture, and everything in between. After working with the Power Automedia staff for some time on a freelance basis, Andrew joined the team in 2010.
Read My Articles

Drag Racing in your Inbox.

Build your own custom newsletter with the content you love from Dragzine, directly to your inbox, absolutely FREE!

Free WordPress Themes
Dragzine NEWSLETTER - SIGN UP FREE!

We will safeguard your e-mail and only send content you request.

Dragzine - Drag Racing Magazine

We'll send you the most interesting Dragzine articles, news, car features, and videos every week.

Dragzine - Drag Racing Magazine

Dragzine NEWSLETTER - SIGN UP FREE!

We will safeguard your e-mail and only send content you request.

Dragzine - Drag Racing Magazine

Thank you for your subscription.

Subscribe to more FREE Online Magazines!

We think you might like...



Hot Rods & Muscle Cars

Diesel Army

Engine Tech

Dragzine - Drag Racing Magazine

Thank you for your subscription.

Subscribe to more FREE Online Magazines!

We think you might like...

  • Hot Rods & Muscle Cars
  • Diesel Army
  • Engine Tech

Dragzine - Drag Racing Magazine

Thank you for your subscription.

Thank you for your subscription.

Dragzine - Drag Racing Magazine

Thank you for your subscription.

Thank you for your subscription.

Loading