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What To Look For?

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        07-30-2012, 12:11 AM
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    What To Look For?

    I recently moved my horse to a new barn and my mom and I were thinking about getting a trailer so my friend and I can go to shows and clinics and whatnot whenever we want without having to pay a bunch to borrow or rent a trailer. We have a car that can pull a trailer and my mom knows how to drive one. Well the barn owner told us today that the vet has a two horse bumper pull trailer for sale which is exactly what we would want. I also feel good that it is the vet (who I really like) selling it, I know she will be honest with us. So, if we go look at the trailer, what should I look for? Are there any signs of wear and tear that I should keep an eye out for?
    Thanks? :)
         

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