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Posted 2016-07-21 11:59 AM (#167758)
Subject: A Call For Trailer Reviews





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Horse Trailer World is soliciting for trailer reviews of newer models owned by private parties for publication on this website. This will not be a forum post.-2006 or newer, any make and model horse trailer-Must include pictures -A focus on the positive-Limit on compare and contrast with other brands-4-8 paragraphs-Overview, no need for extreme detailTell others how much you pulled it, how it rides, what is innovative, likes, what could be improved. You can even do a walk around video.We are paying a flat fee of $100 for selected reviews. You can be pre-selected by sending in a partial review or sample.Please contact content@horsetrailerworld.com
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loveduffy
Posted 2016-07-25 4:19 AM (#167806 - in reply to #167758)
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very nice thank you
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nickh
Posted 2016-08-14 3:56 PM (#168014 - in reply to #167758)
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Administrator - 2016-07-21 11:59 AM

Horse Trailer World is soliciting for trailer reviews of newer models owned by private parties for publication on this website. This will not be a forum post.-2006 or newer, any make and model horse trailer-Must include pictures -A focus on the positive-Limit on compare and contrast with other brands-4-8 paragraphs-Overview, no need for extreme detailTell others how much you pulled it, how it rides, what is innovative, likes, what could be improved. You can even do a walk around video.We are paying a flat fee of $100 for selected reviews. You can be pre-selected by sending in a partial review or sample.Please contact content@horsetrailerworld.comAdmin

Great!
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GUest
Posted 2016-10-27 4:32 PM (#168764 - in reply to #167758)
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Is this still going on?
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DaveM
Posted 2016-10-28 6:48 AM (#168773 - in reply to #167758)
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Rockyroad
Posted 2016-12-27 7:32 PM (#169035 - in reply to #167758)
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will you be posting these reviews then? 
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aceliberty
Posted 2017-08-19 2:24 PM (#170406 - in reply to #167806)
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Are you still taking reviews?  
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DaveM
Posted 2017-08-22 9:27 AM (#170412 - in reply to #167758)
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star19six
Posted 2018-03-09 12:33 AM (#171376 - in reply to #167758)
Subject: RE: A Call For Trailer Reviews


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My brand new Dixie Star/ Harmar trailer (aluminum with steel frame) is only 3 months old and the only use it has seen was being towed to the West Coast for delivery. Luckily, a local service technician looked underneath it and the entire frame is not lightly but heavily rusted. One of the bolts to the fold-down stairs snapped the first time someone stepped on it. The manufacturer is claiming that this is normal and not covered under the warrantee. I am now finding shops to inspect the trailer, sandblast the underside, repaint it (there is hardly any paint left on this brand new frame), and then apply an additional sealant. I know any steel can rust, but between the shocking degree of rust I am dealing with and the manufacturers response, I would never personally buy or recommend this brand of trailers.
I had Featherlite trailers for many years, and can whole-heartedly recommend anything they produce.
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