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Trailers USA - are these any good?

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Becky
Posted 2016-09-01 6:43 PM (#168257)
Subject: Trailers USA - are these any good?




I am looking at a Trailers USA trailer. Two horse, bumper pull. I can't find any reviews on these trailers. Does anyone know if these trailers are any good?
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calamityj
Posted 2016-09-04 8:41 AM (#168291 - in reply to #168257)
Subject: RE: Trailers USA - are these any good?


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 I would shop for a well known brand that is sturdy and has a rep even if it is used. I do see that they have a few trailers that don't look bad, but who ever heard of them? or saw them?

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huntseat
Posted 2016-09-09 8:25 AM (#168342 - in reply to #168257)
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I can't say I know much about these trailers other than I have seen them at shows/events and clearly a few people use them.  I passed them over when I was shopping last year because they seemed to be extremely lightweight in comparison to other same sized high end aluminum trailers and the ones I see on the road age VERY FAST.  I'm talking about a 2 year old trailer that looks worse than a 15 year old 4-star/Hart/Elite/Exiss/Sundowner.  If you only used it 4-6 times a year I think it would be OK, but to say you are hauling it every week and all over the country I would tell you that quality is the best value.  Get a high end trailer used, you'll be much happier and find shops more willing to work on it if needed including a better supply of parts.  Some of those old tanks will last forever! 

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PaulChristenson
Posted 2016-09-09 12:15 PM (#168346 - in reply to #168257)
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They are low end get around trailers...they'll get you and your horse to the vet and local horse shows and not bankrupt you while it is sitting 90% of its lifetime...:)
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Fancy That
Posted 2018-09-11 8:04 PM (#171861 - in reply to #168257)
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Bumping this up for more opinions. The ones shared here are pretty bad. A friend of mine who I really respect recommended them. I know they are not the high-end trailer brand... but from what I can tell, they do 100% fully welded.  They are a small mom and pop shop, with no brand recognition, but I do think they make an OK trailer?

Anyone else? I'm thinking of ordering a custom built unique trailer....
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