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Harbor Freight Trailer

Like it says. Harbor Freight folding trailer (P/N 90154),

Mine has a 3/4" plywood deck (Polyurethane finish with grip tape), mounted spare 12" tire/wheel, 3M retro-reflective tape all around, and a hand-crank tongue jack.

It also has mounts for a Pingle removable wheel chock (chock not included) (http://www.pingelonline.com/wheel_chock_removable.htm).

I've had this trailer for a few years; it's been garage-stored (no rust), and the wiring/lights work as they should.

I used this trailer to transport my 9r to the shop a few times, and our ATV's up to our farm. It is rated for 55 mph, but tows straight & stable at 65 with no problems. This is a tilt-bed trailer, so one person can load it without additional ramps.

I'm selling it because I need the space in the garage, and now that I'm living with Susan, we have other means of transporting the toys...

Harbor Freight lists this unit for $299 (unassembled, without the deck, spare or jack).

I'm asking $200, including the extras listed above, ready to hitch up & tow away (located in Coral Springs, Fl, just NW of Ft. Lauderdale). PM me if interested or have questions.



HF's spiel:

1175 lb. CAPACITY 48" x 96" FOLDABLE UTILITY TRAILER WITH 12" WHEELS
Stow this folding trailer just about anywhere--it only takes up 2 ft. x 5 ft. 3'' of floorspace! Steel frame has built-in slots for stake siding (stake sides and trailer contents not included). Add your own plywood decking for a 4 ft. x 8 ft. bed. Bed tilts all the way to the ground for easy loading. Easy assembly.
  • DOT certified tail light, fenders and safety wiring harness
  • Heavy duty steel construction with baked enamel finish
  • Includes coupler assembly with safety chains and 1-7/8'' ball hitch receiver
  • Three leaf spring suspension
  • 4.80-12 tires
Max. load capacity: 1175 lbs; Axle thickness: 5mmOverall dimensions: 140''L x 61-1/2''W x 19-1/4''H; Weight: 287 lbs.

Ride safe.

Tony

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Bump... heh heh heh

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to bad you aren't local. I am looking for a trailer right now
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deliver it to nj for free and ill buy it lol

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Man I love my HF trailer. Someone should jump on it because putting the deck on takes half the damn day! Trust me I know.
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to bad you aren't local. I am looking for a trailer right now
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anyone with one of these on the west coast....

make sure to upgrade the wheel bearings, and put the larger wheels/tires on it, as going 80 mph WILL sieze them! ask me how I know....hahha. But great trailor none the less!
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bumpety bump bump....

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Man I love my HF trailer. Someone should jump on it because putting the deck on takes half the damn day! Trust me I know.
You ain't kidding... mounting the deck was time consuming as all hell - that added an hour or so to the assembly time (and I have a full woodworking-shop). And those crappy little clips to secure the wiring to the frame? What crap - I replaced those straight away. The stock ones were sharp as razor blades; I have a much better setup now.

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Bump - Here's a pic of my 9r on the trailer - this is before I added the spare tire & tongue jack, but it gives a good idea of its size... oh, and the bike's not included
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