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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb. 14, 2011
    On a Farm somewhere

    Question Another trailer question - Trail-et 2+1

    Hey guys, I'm back in the market for another trailer... few years ago (with the Ex) I had a 2007 Exiss GN and I LOVED it... it was aluminum... easy to haul and light...

    However those funds are not in the budget right now, but I did find a Trail-et 2+1 GN for sale... looks to be in good shape... toying around the idea of going to check it out... Trail-et trailers are steel - correct? (i'll flat out plea ignorance on anything BUT an Exiss because I've never had anything else)

    Anyone have this trailer? We have a 7.3 F250 that we haul with... so it will take it no problem... but I just worry about rust with Pa weather and being a 99'...

    But also, forgive me! but it's a Warmblood size... what are the specs on that vs a "normal" sized trailer?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan. 30, 2010


    I think they are steel framed, but aluminum skin.
    Freeing worms from cans everywhere!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Dec. 12, 2004


    Steel framed, aluminum skin, correct.

    You will find many a thread full of raving, madly-in love Trail-et owners here if you do a search.

    I have an '87 that looks brand new. And it's been in New England its whole life.

    Warmblood sizing varies from brand to brand, you will have to check out the specific trailer. Needless to say, it's bigger.

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