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Time for... Trailer Question! :P

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Considering this one:
Harbor Freight Tools - Quality Tools at the Lowest Prices
Also considering putting 2 of my spare Jeep wheels w/ 30" A/Ts on it... What do ya'll think of it?
I'm also looking at the foldable HF trailer and getting some heavy plywood for it... But this one looks a little better to me.
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If you get a folding trailer, let me know how you like it. We were thinking of getting one to trailer our bikes but can't keep a trailer in our driveway.
Darrell has the folding one from Harbor Freight. We have used it, and abused it, and it has held up like a champ.
this is the one I have. Harbor Freight Tools - Quality Tools at the Lowest Prices

works great. I have loaded it up with well over the 1/2 ton rating. the only problem has been with the wiring for the lights. don't route it like the directions say, it will get pinched and blow your turn signal fuse. I put marine grade plywood on it so I wouldn't have to replace it for a long time.
Hey Tina, does yours hold one bike or two?
I have it set up for only one bike but I think JT had a picture of the same trailer with two bikes on it.
Not a bad idea, but I don't know how easy a boat trailer will be to find around here :p

The Jeep wheel think is pretty much a whim thing since I have 5 of them sitting around
you would have to put a different axle and probably springs to give you enough clearance which would make the ramp steeper.
with 60psi in the tires you can haul more

you may be able to put the 12" tires on it also. those tires are cheap, you get the rim and tire for around $20 I think.
just looked on HF, the 12" is $40. still not that bad for tire and rim.
I have ran mine from FL all the way to MO and many miles on the highway without any problems so far. I was just thinking about regreasing them.
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