Rockport bodies are sold through your local truck dealers.
Normally just a few weeks. However, many factors can affect the timeframe, from chassis availability to weather related issues with transportation. Please contact a Rockport representative for a current ETA.
For cutaways, Ford, Ram, Chevrolet & GMC. For cab chassis, all major chassis manufacturers
Yes, as long as it meets all federal motor vehicle requirements.
Yes, Rockport is growing beyond Elkhart, Indiana, and opened its second location in Ocilla, Georgia.
Quick delivery, flexibility and understanding customer needs, and quality products.
Yes, on a limited basis. Rockport does provide repair services at our manufacturing facilities.
The bumper is not an approved hitch and cannot be used for towing.
We can install a hitch on Rockport, Cargoport & Workport bodies. However, a hitch is not available on a Parcelport. Some drop ship chassis may not allow us to install a hitch as well.
At Rockport, we show the Dry Weight of the unit inside of the driver’s door. This weight does not include the driver or passenger and the fuel the truck can carry.
Abbreviation for Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. The maximum total vehicle weight, measured at the tire ground interface, for which the vehicle possesses components adequately rated to safely carry. The vehicle can never exceed the sum of the GAWRs.
Abbreviation for Gross Axle Weight Rating. The value specified by the vehicle manufacturer as the load carrying capacity of a single axle system, as measured at the tire ground interfaces. The vehicle can never exceed the sum of the GAWRs
Abbreviation for Gross Combination Weight Rating. Represents the entire weight of a vehicle at the ground with a trailer, equipment, driver, fuel and payload. This rating is provided by the chassis manufacture; please see your dealer or chassis manual for this rating.