UPDATE: To see some pictures of rust on this trailer, click here.
I remember telling you that I had ordered the trailer, but I have yet to post any pictures. I did take a few down in Florida, but wasn’t very pleased with them. Since so much time has passed, I figured that I better get up what I have, because if I don’t, I may never. And that would be a shame.
Also, I recently took a very long trip, basically maxing out the trailer. It, by itself, weighs 2000 pounds. Its capacity is 7000 pounds – gross. I figure I had at least 4000 pounds in it, which I’m sure is a low estimate. Weight has a way with these things. It’s always heavier than you estimate. Anyway, the trailer performed better than I could have imagined. It was strong, didn’t sway at all, had even tire wear (which was virtually nothing) and handled all the bumps and porpoising like a champ. I swear, there were times where I was surprised the thing was still back there. I put this trailer to the test. It passed and was worth the money. Nice job Arising Industries.
Here are some pictures I took the day I bought the trailer. What I really want to do is to take some of the interior and of all the finer points. Things like the door latches and the dome vent. Also, the interior light isn’t too shabby. But I suppose I’ll have to wait on those things for a nice day. I’ll do it, but for now, enjoy the pictures of what I’ve already taken.