Originally Posted by Triker
I see all sorts of nice trailers for hauling two-wheelers. I'm looking for one to haul my Hannigan trike LT. I'd prefer an enclosed one, but for a trip I'm planning, it could be open. I have a full cover that I could strap on securely to protect it.
Anyone seen trailers of this size?
Any landscape trailer should work. You have to decide how much you want to spend and ease of loading-unloading
I have 2 one came with a quad I won, good for hauling quads firewood etc. Frame is 2x2 angle.
The other I bought (before I won the quad) form a local place, where they pay close attention to the little details. Like a rule joint the entire length of the tail gate., so you can lift the gate right off if hauling longer lumber etc. Slight beavertail last 6" for easy loading bikes tractors. 2x4 stake pockets welded inside as well as out, 5k hitch even though it is only rated for 3500
Real 18ga rolled fenders (not tin cans) and this was where he got me.
"You know your going to back that light into something, go stand on the tail light protector of any trailer in the yard. If you can break it, I'll give you the trailer. After trying every trailer in the place I handed over the money.
He was right, my plate which is below my left light is mangled ripped and almost unreadable, but the light is perfect.
This is a small town and he builds for farmers where length of service for your dollar is more important than cheap now replace in 2 years.
(Besides I think he made all the money he will ever need when he invented the flat bed roll back, mechanism.)