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routeforty

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Posted: 08/09/21 01:16pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Grit dog wrote:

routeforty wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

Long ways from SoCal, but MTI trailers out of TN is a quality low end trailer.
But that is of no use to you unless you plan on driving a couple 3 days.
It would be more productive if you posted the brands you’re considering since they’re generally regional mfgs save for the big name mfgs.
Is MTI a trailer mfg or a dealer. I couldn't find an MTI trailer mfg in Tennessee. Interested in finding them because I too am thinking about purchasing one. thanks, Gary


Sorry, not TN, it's Middlebury Trailer in Indiana. That is the manufacturer.
I only owned the one I bought for about 2 weeks, lol. Bought it, loaded it up and drove it cross country at 80-90mph and then sold it.
Things that stood out in a "bargain" brand trailer standard features.
-Full plywood wall lining,
-Engineered wood floor that very robust and supposed to be waterproof. I've bought numerous "budget" cargo trailers that needed another layer of flooring just to be acceptable for anything other than foot traffic.
-Side door, even on little trailers with heavy duty bar lock.
-Decent amount of stone/rock protection diamond plate
- Nice LED lighting, solid diamond plate fenders, standard interior light
- Picking color if you order one is no upcharge.
- Ramp door felt solid, no flexing
I saw the one in Middlebury and wondered if that was it. Thanks for the clarification. Will look into it further. Gary


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joe blow wrote:

Anyone have any feedback on brands they absolutely would buy again

Wells Cargo, ATC and Haulmark are three that are really well built.

joe blow wrote:

Anyone have any feedback on brands I should stay away from?

Carry-On is a pretty basic, entry level trailer from what I've seen.
I haven't been too impressed with Interstate brand trailer either, which seem to all be sold by dealers named Trailers Plus.

Most trailer manufacturers build various model lines, from basic to very high end "race car" class trailers like my Haulmark.

I love my Haulmark "B.A.T." / garage on wheels


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