Gotta give a little more info than that. What are going to use to tow it, diesel pickup, toyota, grand am or a Freightliner? :bleh:Thomas Howard said:looking to buy a inclosed trailer to haul 3 HD's . i need enough room to also carry cloths and a few tools as well as a cooler:cheers:
anyone have input on size and or mfg. ?
depends on how big the trailer is :hystria:fijfi said:Gotta give a little more info than that. What are going to use to tow it, diesel pickup, toyota, grand am or a Freightliner? :bleh:
Seriously, though....need to know the answer to that question.
thank you thats the kind of input i needxkvator said:Carmate trailers are top Quality...one feature on an enclosed trailer that i would definately get is the V-nose. Cuts through the air better. i borrowed one off a friend a couple years ago...didn't even know it was back there. and the V-nose gives you extra storage area.
thanksJeepPunk said:Just picked up a 18' Haulmark lowhauler... can place two harleys and two customs plus gear.
No...wasn't me...but he was doing the mandatory job safety inspection...and the shovel is for safety purposes also...a 3-point stance is more stable.Prky Pg said:xkvator, love the avatar..were you standing on the side of I-84 this morning? Saw a guy who looked just like that. :265:
First off, I've never lived in a trailer so knock off the Jerry Springer sh!t.Mike514 said:A question for the trailer people. Is the much difference between a torsion axel vs leaf spring? Pros Cons? I realise it could just be personal preference, but wondered if one might pull easier or roll down the highway better.