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bunkie

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#1 posted 819 days ago

Here’s another vote for the trailer suggested earlier. I just finished up my Harbor Freight folding trailer and, aside from one issue, it’s a great solution. I still get almost 30mpg on the highway.

The trailer was dirt cheap at $249. That’s the good news. The bad news is that one of the hubs is not right causing a wheel wobble. I expect to get this replaced under the warranty.

All told I’m for about $600 total including the hitch, installation, registration and tax, the sheet of PT plywood and the nuts and bolts to attach it.

This trailer has a capacity of 1200 pounds. Roof racks are typically limited to 200 pounds.

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