First, my story that the frame corroded to the point where the axle came loose is completely true and the suggestion that it is "fabricated" is insulting. Second, the trailer was well maintained with the wheel bearings being packed annually, as recommended, and other repairs being made as necessary. As is usually the case, the deficiencies surfaced after the relatively short warranty period had expired, so those repairs were made on my dime. However, the trailer was fully operational, although deteriorating, up to the time that the axle came loose, as I had hauled two adult horses in it just the week before. Third, in response to Faye's continued attempts to give legal advice, I am not at all concerned about criticizing Bison as a manufacturer because (1) everything that I said is true, and truth is always a complete defense to any claim of defamation, and (2) Bison is now out of business (perhaps due to their inferior product), so the comments that Faye chided me about are irrelevant to their business reputation anyway. Fourth, I offered my comments in good faith as a warning to others who might be considering the purchase of a used Bison trailer. And I say again, buy one at your own risk. Finally, none of you know me or my reputation or manner of practice, so your bashing of me simply because I am a lawyer is completely out of line and entirely irrelevant to the discussion.