trailer question

GPZer gpzer at
Thu Jun 25 21:22:53 PDT 2009

Harbor Freight Trailers work just fine.

I had the 4x8 with 12" wheels. Worked great!
I wouldn't get the 8" wheels, spend the little extra for the 12" wheels.

I made extensions coming off the sides of the front so I could haul 2 bikes. 
Used the cheep tube type front wheel chocks and they worked just fine.

The trailer can be folded in half when not in use, but I didn't cut the 
plywood so I couldn't fold mine.
Figured it would be more rigid that way.

Most bikes I ever had on the trailer was 3 Honda Hawks (NT650) that I towed 
from Cali to Utah.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "David Beard" <davidebeard at>
To: "GPZ LIST" <gpzlist at>
Sent: Thursday, June 25, 2009 8:22 PM
Subject: trailer question

>   I've been transfered from Chicago to Phoenix and have to be out there by 
> the
>   20th of July. I'm planning on trailering the bike behind my Mustang and
>   already have a Class 1 hitch for the car. I'm looking at an inexpensive
>   trailer, as funds are tight. Anyone have any experience with Harbor 
> Freight,
>   Home Depot or Lowe's trailers? Harbor Freight has a couple of decent 
> looking
>   trailers for under $400. Just wondering if any of you guys have tried 
> one of
>   these out?
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]
>   Dave B
> References
>   1. 
>   2. 
>   3. 


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