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Looking to pick up a used open trailer. Please let me know if any of you have one. Prefer three rail.

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Go to harborfreight.com. They sell trailors pretty cheap. I got a fold up 4x8 for 200.
 

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hey...that's a great link! Is the trailer worth the money? Is it good quality? Does it have proper tiedown spots?

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I use it for (1) street bike, (2) dirt bikes ansd (1) kart. I drive on the GSP at 70mph. Its so easy to own.
p.s. It does not come with the plywood and put aside 3hrs for putting it together. GET IT.
I saw one that is 10yrs old and it still works.
 

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I haul other things also besides my bike and speed isn't really an issue. There are places for tie downs and like Dippn says 1 street bike but you can probably get 2 we have never tried. Get someone with air tools and the trailor goes together a lot faster. 2 guys airtools maybe 1 1/2 hrs to assemble.:confused :confused :confused :confused
 

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cc rainman said:
I haul other things also besides my bike and speed isn't really an issue. There are places for tie downs and like Dippn says 1 street bike but you can probably get 2 we have never tried. Get someone with air tools and the trailor goes together a lot faster. 2 guys airtools maybe 1 1/2 hrs to assemble.:confused :confused :confused :confused
hmmmm ok.. where did u get the bike chock?
 

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Wheel choke you can get them anywhere. I think I got that one from Dennis Kirk, but alll the online store have them. Don't buy a expensive one. Just get the cheepy they work fine. Actually, I have transported without the choke, You don't really need it.
 

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harborfreight 4x8 for me as well. make sure to get the 12" tires, good for highway speeds. the trailer is very light and sturdy, also folds up and takes up very little space in a garage (priority for me as i couldnt leave one outside).
 
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