We purchased a 8'x14' enclosed alum cargo trailer for our motorcycles. When we ordered the trailer, we were told it would be done in 30 days. When the 30 days were almost up, we received a call telling us that it would be another 15 days. We live in NY. We took the long trip down to Georgia to pick up the trailer. We arrived first thing in the morning. When inspecting the trailer we found the following problems:
1. The side door was supposed to have a camper style latch so it could be opened and closed from the inside. They had put a bar type latch on the door. We were told that the bar could not be removed, but they did install the other lock and latch.
2. There was no spare tire in the trailer, we had paid extra for one. They had to search for one.
3. When we looked under the trailer, we noticed that at the end of the frame, they had not welded it closed. It was all open and all the *** (salt, ice, snow or mud) would go up inside the frame. Plus that was a space in the wheel well inside the trailer where all the *** would come inside. We made them fix that before we left.
4. When we went inside to finalize the paperwork, we noticed that they had put down that the trailer was a 16' instead of a 14'. So we had to wait for that change.
We took the trailer back to NY and then down to Florida a couple months later. After we got back to NY, we noticed that the tires were already wore out. The axles must not be welded straight. We have to put a new pair of tires on the trailer every year after our trip from NY to FL and back.
I guess you get what you pay for. Buy cheap, get cheap.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Monetary Loss: $600.