Measuring Your Trailer
How to Measure Your Trailer for a SnoCap
Ready to order your custom-fitted SnoCap? Please study this page carefully to learn how to measure your trailer. It is extremely important that you measure your trailer and cargo correctly before ordering your SnoCaps Trailer Enclosure to ensure you are getting the correct model or in the case of a custom SnoCap it is being built correctly. Remember the old adage, “Measure twice, cut once?” We do not accept returns on most SnoCaps, especially 57-inch tall models, or any custom SnoCaps, so it is essential you are ordering the correct size SnoCap.
If you have any questions at all regarding these diagrams, please contact us either by phone or email. We are always happy to help!
The drawing below illustrates the important interior height and shape of the SnoCap. Be sure to measure your cargo carefully to ensure it will fit within these parameters. Generally, we do not recommend the 57-inch SnoCaps anymore, as most cargo is too tall. If you are ordering a custom SnoCap, we will need the clearance height of your cargo. It is usually better to give yourself a little extra height for both comfort and ease of loading.
*The 72" model is not available for Sport Series SnoCaps.
Backed by a 5-Year Limited Warranty
All of our SnoCaps Trailer Enclosures are handcrafted at our shop in Cokato, Minnesota using the finest materials. We build them with heavy-walled aluminum tube frames and durable fabric skins. The average lifespan of the skins is 12-15 years, and we’ve yet to replace a frame due to normal wear and tear. Our quality workmanship and materials are backed by our five-year limited warranty.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to talk you through how to properly measure your trailer and cargo.