Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 32
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ThatGuy Well worth the dough
I had used a friend's identical Polar trailer until I bought my own. Easy assembly. Well packaged. solid construction. super useful. I attach mine to my UTV. It allows me to keep equipment in the back of the UTV and I put debris \ firewood \ whatever in the polar trailer. A great asset.
May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hazard Great trailer
High quality, and easy to assemble. Other reviewers thought extra washers, and thread lock on the bolts was necessary. I am pretty picky about these types of things, and found nothing additional to what came in the box was required. It came with large rectangular washers for the tub, and all the nuts supplied were the "ny-lock" type, I was surprised at how easy the bed swiveled with a load in it. Very happy with the purchase.
April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jringo Awesome
All round great trailer. We live in a wooded area, great for hauling logs sticks etc. Dump bed is a plus too
April 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by traveler200 Large trailer
This trailer is still new to me but looks solid and will hold a big load. Assembly was straight forward even the rail extensions went on pretty good.
I hope it will last as good as it looks. I would recommend this trailer.
October 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CurleyQueue Incredibly Beefy Trailer
This trailer is huge, I mean like bathtub sized would be putting it mildly. Really tough construction all square tubing frame with lag bolt connections. Fat tires that look like it would be no problem to go anywhere my quad can go. Assembly was very easy and took about a half an hour.
May 14, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by hemingray Awesomely useful trailer
I have little to add that other reviewers have not said already This trailer is well designed and well constructed. Assembly was a breeze. For most people it does come on a pallet, delivered to your location. Home Depot's carrier was excellent - no damage and the driver easily helped me transfer the pallet to the my trailer (their truck would not be able to go up our driveway.
I slid the box off the pallet and opened it right on my trailer and assembly was easily accomplished right on top of the carton, which I used as a pad. The instructions are clear and simple - though it's not a step-by-step like many things. The pictures are easy to follow though, and it took about 40 minutes for me to do, being slow and methodical.
It's really awesome behind the ATV. I've just finished a lot of brush clearing on an acre and now have to collect all the small trimmings and rotten wood. This is a huge benefit for taking a large amount of debris down the hill with each trip, especially compared with the efffort required for a wheelbarrow or a hand-hauled wagon. The capacity is immense, especially when enhanced with the optional rack sides (see my review of that product also).
I'm looking forward to using this to move a bunch of excess drain rock elsewhere, it's the perfect tool for moving soil etc. (which is now another project of mine to complete now that I have this trailer!)
This is truly a "right tool for the job" - it's well built and will last. I did get mine with the recommendation of a friend, plus all the positive reviews here and elsewhere.
August 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by acer Great Trailer
I bought this trailer to use behind my Polaris Sportsman 850. First thing I did when I took it out of the box was take one of the short bolts and one large bolt and run to a local tractor supply store and replace all the bolts with grade 8 and add lock washers to each one. I also added more large washers on all the bolts. The bolts they supplied just are not worth it to me. I also added the 2" ball hitch it pulls so much better with it. This thing is built well and the welds are great. One other thing I did was add run flat tubes to the tires just for added security. Worth the purchase.
February 15, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by jason one major weak point
it's a very useful trailer but you need to keep an eye on your load. the front of the tub is only attached to the frame by 2 bolts. if your cargo weight shifts behind the wheels, it doesn't take much for those bolts to pop through the plastic and bend the frame. replacing the frame part isn't a huge issue, but it costs $60 plus $115 for shipping which is an issue. the manufacturer doesn't care how little the trailer is used or that it can fail well below rated capacity. also, the bolts require a giant philips screwdriver which i can't find anywhere (not tractor supply, HD or local hardware store) so you may have to get resourceful and hope you don't strip the heads.
May 25, 2014