WTB: Utility Trailer

Jim Roche

jim
User
Hello,
I'm in the market for a utility trailer and thought I might check here to see if anyone has one sitting around that they're not using any more? Preferably I would like a tandem axle but would consider a single axle as well. I'm in Raleigh but travel to the Lexington area frequently, so Greensboro/Charlotte area or anywhere in between would be fine.

Thanks in advance.

Jim
 

JimD

Jim
Senior User
Jim, I don't have a trailer to sell and I do not know the amount of weight you want to carry but I used a Harbor Freight trailer with 12 inch wheels for 10 years or more and found it to work great. Capacity was 1200 lbs, I think. Probably the heaviest thing it carried was a 300 inch inline six my son put on it. 4x8 bed. I think it was about $300. Lots of bolts to put it together but it wasn't hard. I think they also have a 1800 lb model for a little more. Mine folded in the middle for storage.
 

junquecol

Bruce
User
On US 64, just east of Ramseur is a trailer place. I think the name is Kraftsmann. Friend bought an enclosed two axle a few years back. Bought it thru Raleigh Hitch, delivered to Raleigh for about $300 leess than from factory. Saved $300, plus two hours driving.
 

Jim Roche

jim
User
Jim, I don't have a trailer to sell and I do not know the amount of weight you want to carry but I used a Harbor Freight trailer with 12 inch wheels for 10 years or more and found it to work great. Capacity was 1200 lbs, I think. Probably the heaviest thing it carried was a 300 inch inline six my son put on it. 4x8 bed. I think it was about $300. Lots of bolts to put it together but it wasn't hard. I think they also have a 1800 lb model for a little more. Mine folded in the middle for storage.
Thanks for the info Jim but think I'm going to look for something with more capacity but thank you!
 

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