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Old 09-10-2019, 09:14 AM
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I like my trailex a lot! Especially if I need to move it a bit. Nice to be able to jus5 position the truck. Then pull trailer to the hitch. Even when loaded i can move it around w/out to much drama. However, it is smaller than my old steelie.
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Old 09-10-2019, 08:57 PM
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As others have already said, I love my trailex. I had a Econo trailer for 10 years and decided to upgrade to the trailex. Wish I did it sooner. If you have the budget look for a trailex, everything from loading to tying down is easier to deal with over the Econo trailer.
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I'm the outcast I guess. Steel trailer is cheap(er) and works. No issues with the 'fancy' trailers but similarly, nothing wrong with a steel. Lights, brakes, extended ramps, a couple d-rings... simple.
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