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Haul-Master 1195 lb. Capacity Heavy Duty Folding Utility Trailer - Harbor Freight $250

DealWAuthority 357 296 May 1, 2016 at 02:55 PM in Tools (4) More Harbor Freight Deals
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Haul-Master - item# 62648 - 1195 lb. Capacity Heavy Duty Folding Utility Trailer, 48 in. x 96 in. [harborfreight.com]

$429.99 regular, On sale for $299.99
Use coupon code 12415733 in-store (good on-line too) for $50 off this item.

Total is $249.99 + tax


Requires assembly. (Takes about 4 hours.)
Frame has built-in slots for stake siding (stake sides and trailer contents not included).
Trailer bed tilts all the way to the ground for easy loading and unloading.
Two 4.8 x 12 in. diameter tires (spare tire sold separately).
Complies with applicable DOT standards.

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I bought this trailer for a similar price. Pretty happy with it. When I got it one of the welds in a part that is used to stand it up in the folded position was broken, they sent me the replacement part but it took a little over a month. It wasn't broken to the point where I couldn't stand it up bit I thought it'd be good to replace it anyway. It's a good trailer. Lighting kit also easy to install, folds up to about 2.5ft X 5 ft footprint.
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Check your state licensing requirements before buying one of these trailers! Often it is VERY expensive to license one of these trailers.

In my state, it requires an enhanced inspection @$400 plus about $250 in licensing and registration fees.

It's less expensive to buy a preassembled trailer sold by a dealer.
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Check your state licensing requirements before buying one of these trailers! Often it is VERY expensive to license one of these trailers.
I had not thought about that. Thanks for the heads-up!
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every trailer I've owned for my motorcycles were registered in Maine, no issues-whatsoever and perfectly legal-even if ur not a resident! Since all my trailers were under a certain weight-it was still covered by my auto insurance.

Next time-when you are on the turnpike, look at the plates of most tractor trailers and I'd say 90% of them are registered in Maine.

https://mainetrailerregistrations.com/
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I have this exact trailer and love it . I use it to haul stuff all the time . I wanna add that it takes some to time to assemble though.
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Quote from Dh3256 View Post :
Check your state licensing requirements before buying one of these trailers! Often it is VERY expensive to license one of these trailers.

In my state, it requires an enhanced inspection @$400 plus about $250 in licensing and registration fees.

It's less expensive to buy a preassembled trailer sold by a dealer.
I'm not sure how many states this is true for. MI for example is $75 for the tag (lifetime plate), no inspection required because the gross weight is on the certificate they give you when you buy the trailer, etc.

As far as how this trailer is - it's super light so bounces all over the road, but that's really my main complaint. We'll see how long it holds up but I've used it to pick up building supplies from Lowe's/HD, firewood, etc and it's done the job well.
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Quote from Dh3256 View Post :
Check your state licensing requirements before buying one of these trailers! Often it is VERY expensive to license one of these trailers.

In my state, it requires an enhanced inspection @$400 plus about $250 in licensing and registration fees.

It's less expensive to buy a preassembled trailer sold by a dealer.
Usually only in libtard states like CA and CO, right?
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Usually only in libtard states like CA and CO, right?
Actually CA is pretty cheap too, it was like $25 for 5 years and all I had to show was the included title and receipt, no inspection needed

This is a decent price now that the 20-25% coupon doesn't work on trailers, the only time it might get slightly cheaper is during their periodic 3-day sales
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I tried the 12415733 coupon and it Doesn't work
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Thanks OP.

Was this a single use coupon?

I get this:
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Coupon 12415733 expired and cannot be used. Please use a different coupon.

Never mind. I see it was for 5/1 only... too late
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Quote from FLIP954RR View Post :
every trailer I've owned for my motorcycles were registered in Maine, no issues-whatsoever and perfectly legal-even if ur not a resident! Since all my trailers were under a certain weight-it was still covered by my auto insurance.

Next time-when you are on the turnpike, look at the plates of most tractor trailers and I'd say 90% of them are registered in Maine.

https://mainetrailerregistrations.com/
I used the same site when I picked up this trailer a few years back. Pennsylvania was going to charge me several hundred just for inspection and reg for a year or two. Maine did it for ~$60 for 5 years.
Of course, it is due to these lax regulations that I make it a point to not ride behind trailers that have a Maine plate. Wink
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Does anyone recommend getting the 1720lb capacity trailer over this one? I'm in the market for one but not sure if I should opt for the larger capacity.

http://www.harborfreight.com/1720...62647.html
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Argh, only received my deal alert today
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it's super light so bounces all over the road, but that's really my main complaint. We'll see how long it holds up but I've used it to pick up building supplies from Lowe's/HD, firewood, etc and it's done the job well.
I strap a cooler full of water to mine when traveling while empty. It keeps it from bouncing a little and then you can dump the water when you add your load.
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