Enclosed car trailer choices

Discussion in 'The Choo-Choo shop' started by buick64203, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. buick64203

    buick64203 Just plum crazy Staff Member

    Im looking to buy a nice enclosed car trailer in the spring. My buddy has a 28' Exiss trailer which is gorgeous, but its $18,000. A little too rich for my blood. Im looking at something in the 24' range. Something to haul the GS and occasionally the Riv. Anybody have any preferences as far as brands? Any I should stay away from? What options should I get? Any pros or cons to plywood walls or floors? I really like the extruded aluminum floors. What should I look for? I appriciate any input I can get.

    Thanks
    Jason
     
  2. 68 LeSabre 4dr

    68 LeSabre 4dr Well-Known Member

    This topic was just brought up not too long ago . I have a 24 ' enclosed trailer made by Haulmark and love it .

    If you go to "search" and punch in "enclosed trailers" you'll see the thread there .

    Good Luck :pp :TU:
     
  3. Skyhawk

    Skyhawk Well-Known Member

    Make sure you get 102" wide or it is too tight to get out of the car. If you are going to put cabinets in the front I would go for the 26' trailer instead of the 24'. I like my Haulmark except the brakes could be better.
     
  4. Gmachine Lark

    Gmachine Lark Well-Known Member

    No matter how big you go it seems , you can always fill it up with stuff. I thought I was over buying with my last purchase. I had a 28 ft haulmark and moved up to a 44 ft goose. Guess what-- bigger tool box , got rid of four wheeler went to golf cart,etc.
    Haulmark is a good brand and has good quality. I would recomend them. I currently have a Victory hauler. I would not recomend them. If you buy straight from the manufacturer--pick one that is close enough to see it being built. Dont rely on a company delivering a good product unless you are on top of them.
    george
     
  5. Roberta

    Roberta Buick Berta

    Haulmark ok, but ask what axles they use and how they are mounted, Pace America seems to be better, but newer ones are debated. Check out the Haulmark 24 Ft Disaster Dave Roland had, at here I bought this trailer from him, used it for 2 yrs and sold it back, and it is a scary story, but the trailer has been repaired and Dave is keeping it for the time being, RV
     

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