11-19-2012, 12:29 AM
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You might find it best to develop a check list of features you want in your trailer, follow that up with a inspection check list. When you're going to look at a trailer, whether new or used, don't be afraid to haul out the lists that way you don't forget something crucial at the time (and it's easy to do, believe me, when you get in a sales pressure situation). You've got some good hints so far and if I'm not mistaken there are some older posts on this site with excellent information on trailers that are worth looking at. You'll be very happy when you finally get your own trailer. Keep us posted on how the hunt goes.