This trailer is only 30% of the cost of the industry leading, brand B, camping trailer and competative with minimalists cargo trailers. It is NOT a cargo trailer. It is a camping trailer that will carry a modest amount of groceries in a pinch. The trailer frame is a simple, rigid, steel rectangle onto which are welded axel and tongue receiver assemblies. The "body" of the trailer is a heavy gague, synthetic fabric which wraps around the frame. It does not have a rigid bottom but rather stiff padding sewen between the layers of fabric. The trailer load is suspended from the frame in a "cloth bag". The wheel rims are a composite material with ball bearing, quick release, axels pressed into the center. A well documented history suggests that the OEM, tire intertubes be replaced almost immediately with a namebrand, heavy duty, tire tube. The tube size is common. The cloth sides of the trailer are only 9" tall (shorter than a grocier bag) and items, in even a Walmart cloth grocier bag, tend to fall out on rough pavement. I've resolved the problem by unzipping the cloth top and placing a 31 gal, Rubbermaid plastic storage tote (also available at Walmart) into the "fabric bag" of the trailer. The tote gives me rigid, 16" high sides and a top for enviornmental protection. The carrying capacity of this trailer is listed at 40 lbs. and that is probably realistic considering no rigid bottom or axel with the quick release axel receivers cantilevered off the side of the frame. The trailer can be "collasped" for storage and the tounge can be pivoted to act as a handle for walking the trailer.
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