New! 2017 Kingston Classic Elite w/ Dressing Room Trailer

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THE CLASSIC ELITE...
ALL ALUMINUM, MORE QUALITY

Kingston is dedicated to creating the best ALL ALUMINUM horse trailer in the industry. The New Classic Elite 2-Horse is no exception! Kingston's trailers offer more comfort, convenience and space than any other in their class. Every step of the construction process is carefully checked to ensure the highest standard of quality and performance.

THE CLASSIC ELITE...
ALL ALUMINUM, MORE SAFETY

Kingston's Classic Elite is built with uncompromising commitment to safety and quality. The all new ALL ALUMINUM mainframe frame is designed to withstand the roughest of road conditions. The stylish aluminum outer skin is finished in baked white acrylic enamel and bonded to the frame with a special adhesive designed to reduce wind noise, buffeting and rattling.

THE CLASSIC ELITE...
ALL ALUMINUM, MORE FEATURES

All trailers come with vinyl center stripes. Easy lift drop down tailgate and rubber torsion axles all add to the functionality of these smooth riding trailers. Trailers are equipped with D.O.T. approved lighting and break-a-way switch. Check with your local Kingston dealer for specifications, standard features or available options unique to this model.

THE CLASSIC ELITE...
ALL ALUMINUM, MORE DURABILITY

The strength and durability of our ALL ALUMINUM trailers are assured to provide long, dependable service and top resale value. Kingston Trailers have been built better since 1960 under the same ownership.

The Classic Elite 2-Horse w/Dressing Room

 

  • Overall Length: 18'6"
  • Overall Height: 8'8"
  • Overall Width: 8'6"
  • Body Length: 15'5"
  • Body Height: 7'5"
  • Body Width: 6'8"
  • Stall Width: 88" x 40"
  • Weight: 3000 lbs.
  • GVW: 7000 lbs.
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    The Classic Elite Standard Features

     

  • Spring assisted rear tailgate.
  • Slam shut tailgate latches.
  • Rubber non-skid mats on floor and tailgate.
  • 10" electric brakes on both axles.
  • Aluminum gravel guard on nose with black vinyl trim.
  • Special trailer towing radial tires.
  • Dexter "Torflex" rubber torsion axles.
  • Break-away switch (D.O.T. Approved).
  • Classic Elite with Dressing Room: 2 Interior dome lights
  • Classic Elite: 1 Interior dome light
  • 2 Roof vents.
  • Rear loading light.
  • Two escape doors.
  • Padding on walls, stall divider and breast bars.
  • Butt bar covers.
  • Head divider.
  • Rubber wall liner up to 36".
  • 1/2 Aluminum stall divider w/large shoulder divider.
  • Stainless Steel locking door latches and hardware.
  • Stainless Steel tie backs on all escape doors.
  • White out aluminum outer skin.
  • Two aluminum outside tie rings.
  • Four inside headties for the horses.
  • 2 Hay bag rings over head.
  • Drop down rear butt bars and breast bars.
  • Custom vinyl graphic stripes.
  • On all Classic Trailers, you have a choice of aluminum 1/2 divider with padding or full divider with padding.
  • Hardware set-up for feed bags.
  • Spare tire and wheel.
  • Aluminum doors above the ramp feature 19" x 19" windows.
  • Side windows measure 53" x 19"
  • Escape door windows are 24" x 19"
  • Nose windows are 21" x 24"
  • Dressing room wall freatures a 53" x 19" double slider window 
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    Note: An unbalanced load can cause a trailer to overturn in an accident. Always load the heaviest cargo on the left. When loading only one horse, load the horse on the left and secure doors and latches.

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