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Old 08-02-2018, 11:03 PM   #1
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I just bought one of those small car/motorcycle trailers. Its a clam shell on wheels. Any problems or advise from anyone?
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Old 08-03-2018, 02:44 AM   #2
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Well, you won't need trailer brakes.

Just don't overload it, keep tires in good condition & properly inflated, make sure it is properly hitched.

Let us know how it works. Sounds like a good alternative to a hitch-mounted carrier.
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Well, you won't need trailer brakes.

Just don't overload it, keep tires in good condition & properly inflated, make sure it is properly hitched.

Let us know how it works. Sounds like a good alternative to a hitch-mounted carrier.
Thanks, I just wanted to get some of the things I have stored in the storage area out. Also wanted bigger folding chairs. Putting luggage and such so we don't have to move it around at night. Was wondering about tire rating to. I did buy it used so i believe it has seen highway speeds.
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keep the CG in front of the axle and you will have less chance of fishtail.
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