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Posted 2018-08-26 2:26 PM (#171837)
Subject: Sidekick trailers


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Has anyone on here owned or know someone who has owned a Sidekick trialer? Looking for all and any info. The good bad and ugly. Thinking about making a road trip to check one out.  Just trying to do my homework. TIA
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Posted 2018-09-16 3:48 PM (#171867 - in reply to #171837)
Subject: RE: Sidekick trailers


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I owned a 3 horse w/small living quarters in Oklahoma. Very well built, very sturdy, and the insulation quality is wonderful. The horse area stays at least 10 degrees cooler if not more even in the super hot summer heat. The roof is even insulated. They are very heavy to pull though. You want an oversized truck for the size trailer you are buying or you will regret it, I am afraid.
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