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Selling my utility trailer comes with TONS of upgrades. Upgraded to a 21 foot metal trailer.
-Upgraded 2" hitch ($25)
-Upgraded to thicker wiring ($30)
-Completely painted in Rustolum black to avoid the "pink" UV degraded paint ($30)
-3/4" Plywood decking ($45)
-Pin lock instead of cotter pin ($5)
-Stainless Steel decking mounting hardware with nylon nuts ($50)
-Repacked hubs with premium high temp grease less than 50 miles ago ($50)
-Upgraded all four casters to 3" for folded position movement. All casters now have brakes ($40)
-Fully custom cover, perfect for storage and prevention of sun damage. (Cover is made for the trailer in folded position.) ($225)
-Brand new never used spare tire with mounting hardware ($60)
-Two brand new never used trailer tires ($110)
-License plate hinge for easy folding ($5)
All told over $695 in upgrades and fully assembled. Total cost to me over $1,070, asking almost half. Some minor wear and chips in paint, easily touched up (such as where the bolts go in and out to fold the trailer).
Title in hand, ready to sell. Costs $379 after taxes and comes unassembled, save yourself the hours of frustration and get the whole package.
This folding trailer only takes up 24 in. x 63 in. of floor space when folded, so it can be stored just about anywhere, but unfolded, it can handle up to 1195 lbs.
Frame folds to fit 2 ft. x 5 ft. 3 in. of floor space
Frame has built-in slots for stake siding (stake sides and trailer contents not included)
Trailer bed tilts all the way to the ground for easy loading and unloading
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