The Harbor freight in Huntsville Al. doesnt have them anymore ! I was gonna buy all they had , but they were gone when i got there ! I have about 2,000 miles on my trailer and have had no problem with it , running hwy speeds up to 90 mph. and it pulls great !I had a Spirit fiberglass when we did the 3500 mile round trip from Seattle to Phoenix. I wanted a new, color matched trailer, so I sold it and bought this one.
This one was certainly cheap enough with the 20% off coupon.
It pulls fine at 75 mph loaded with 125 lbs of camping gear. I would like to say I don't know it is back there, but in reality I am always giving the trailer its consideration so I rarely pull it at 75 mph. I only have about 500 miles on it.
Note: The instructions said to not pull it faster than 50 mph. That is a cya post. I know a few other owners of this trailer and they have not had any problem pulling it at Interstate speeds. The tires had a much higher speed rating and there certainly is nothing wrong with the bearing setup and suspension system.
Also, if anyone is interested in buying this trailer, Harbor Freight has stopped selling this online and only stocks it in the store and will discontinue it after the store stocks are gone. Call local stores and see if they have any in stock.
I just can't do two up and camp without it. We must be junk demons, but I have a hard time doing two up and and do motel jumping. I have clothes, she has clothes..... rain gear. Motorcycle coats. Tools. Camera. GPS. Motorcycle cover. Condoms. In fact until I found the storage on the passenger storage door.... I had to leave the condoms at home.Thanks for the info Larry. I've thought about having a trailer for those occasions when my daughter comes along and there is extra stuff to bring, but I could never justify the big $$ to buy one. For someone who needs occasional extra space this might be a good alternative.