Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 17
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Woodrow This trailer was easy to put together.
This is a sturdy and good looking trailer. The trailer was fairly easy to put together. I needed a second pair of hands and I had my small petite wife lend me a hand; So what does that tell you... it easy to put together!!! The only problem I had was that some (2) of the holes did not line up when i was installing to rail to the frame. I had to use my drill to open the holes so that I would be able to get the screws inserted. I even added wood boards on the bed and sides of the trailer. Looks great. Getting the license plate for my new trailer was no problem at all, I just took the title information that came in the box to my local DMV and they gave me a new licence plate that same day.
July 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tjbusa Load Star 5ft x 8ft ATV Trailer
For a little bit of labor, you can have a trailer that costs hundreds more if bought elsewhere. I started out with no buckets or sawhorses and just used concrete blocks. took a couple of hours and the finished product is outstanding.
January 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fishintime Very nice trailer with 13" tires and a removeable ramp
The trailer arrived in a timely fashion, the pallet they arrived on was junk but it served the purpose. The trailer it's self was really easy to assemble, once the bolts and nuts were sorted out. The entire assembly process took under 2 hours to complete by myself. The trailer is well built, I did add 5/4 deck boards to the floor to beef it up. The only complaint I have is with the ramp when lowered there is a 3"-4" step up to the trailer bed (this was without the 5/4 deck boards), I had to remove my mower deck in order to load it on the trailer so if they could make the ramp at the same height as the bed of the trailer it would have been a 5 star product.
March 25, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Mountainista OK, but...
A reasonably good trailer for the money, but expect some problems with the kit. Mine has a bent hinge on the ramp that causes one pin (that helps hold it in the upward position) to miss the hole. I'll be taking it back to Home Depot to see what they'll do about it. Second, the kit came with the wrong sized nuts for the bolts that hold the hitch to the tongue. They worked loose after two hauls, creating an obviously dangerous situation. Had to go to the hardware store and buy replacements. Trailer is fairly easy to assemble, even for the non-handy, but be aware that everything might not go together as advertised. Once together (with my fixes) it performed well.j
March 26, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Steelfan Nice Trailer
Had issues getting the 15 x 7 pallet delivered to my house, but it was taken care of. Happy with trailer, paint seems cheap. Had issues with the wiring harness. Instructions said to put wiring thru metal holes in frame - not good, asking for a short. I put in rubber grommets and wrapped the wire with 3/8 spiral conduit. Be very careful, metric and standard bolts with kit, they look the same. I had to cut the square U bolt off the axle then find a replacement. I spent another $ 100 for stainless steel bolts. You will also need a 1 1/2 inch socket for the castle nut that holds the wheel to the axle. I like kits, and this was a challenge. But I'm happy. Tin Man
January 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OldGuy Great trailer for the price
Well made. Minimal instructions but not difficult to assemble. Instructions say assemble upside down at first then flip but I did it right side up from the start so I wouldn't need help flipping it over later, no problem. Be aware it is delivered by a full size tractor trailer, could be difficult to get delivered to an area with narrow streets. One taillight came broken, manufacturer replaced it quickly with no hassles. Appears to be as good or better than locally available pre-assembled ones and is about $300 less. I prefer to assemble myself anyway.
March 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by frustrated mixed reviews
Definitely mixed reviews on this one. The trailer came in pieces, which I expected, but it wasn't as easy as others said to put together. First off, the directions were horrible and incomplete. We had to watch the YouTube video to fill in what the written directions didn't say, and try doing that in the carport while assembling a trailer! Second, is it really necessary to need a full mechanics tool set to put a trailer together? It shouldn't be but that's what it felt like. Third, there were essential parts missing, like the vin plate and the mso, which is necessary to get the title and plates. And cotter pins. We didn't get all of those either. I must add that the manufacturer had been very nice and helpful in sending out a replacement mso, but it's still been a bit frustrating. On the other hand, the trailer looks great, sturdy, can't wait to really test it out.
January 30, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by sparky broken missing hard to understand
well when I opened the package and laid everything out the first I noticed was that both grease zirks were broken off so I couldn't grease the wheel bearings .go to town go shopping (metric).when it came to the wiring it semed proper to install bushing before threading the wire through all the little holes.they provided only one large bushing .go to town go shopping .general instuctions are severly lacking .iwent by the pictures mostly a shortage of cotter pins go to town go shopping..ACE HARDWARE !!!!
January 4, 2015