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Old 04-12-2013, 04:00 PM
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I'm looking for a 7x16 V nose cargo trailer. My question is does anyone have a brand of cargo trailer they love or hate. Good or bad experience with a dealer or factory. I live in pittsburgh but I'm willing to travel if the deal is right.

I found a bunch of listings in GA on eBay but they are all sold out. It's kind of frustrating.
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I have an atlas 8x16 v nose with barn doors on the back
I'm going to sell in a month or so. But I'm 300 miles north of buffalo. So not exactly close.

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Right now I'm playing on driving to GA to get one so 3hrs to buffalo isn't bad. But I need a ramp for my bikes.
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Im happy with my Freedom 27' v nose car hauler
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I have a 7 X 14 R & R and it is a very well built trailer.
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I have a 7x16 v nose from them that I use for hauling around my race bikes.

Awesome prices and solid.
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I have a forest river cargo trailer with ramp and side door. It's been absolutely trouble free. In three years I've done no repairs other than one tail light bulb. I did double the floor for the machine I haul but that was my choice not required.
It's loaded to the max 5000# all the time. Tires are wearing evenly and it pulls easily.
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If you can afford it, a Featherlite or 4star.
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I love my 8x14 Enclosed V-Nose Mustang trailer. Decked it out with tool boxes from floor to ceiling in the V-Nose and I can still fit 4 bikes in there if I needed too.

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I ended up buying 7x16 freedom. Drove down to GA and picked it up today
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