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Thread: WTB: Enclosed 6x12 or 7x14 or similar trailer (DFW)

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    WTB: Enclosed 6x12 or 7x14 or similar trailer (DFW)

    Anyone have one for sale or have any recommendation as where to look?

    Thanks

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    Following as well.

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    I have a 7x14 I will sell or trade for smaller trailer. It’s a 2017 Trailers Plus. It’s the Pro Series.

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    My friend Gil is selling a 6x12 enclosed trailer. Here’s a link to his FB Marketplace for Sale Ad. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...4256083440381/

    Here’s his description: I have a 2000 Pace 6x12 enclosed trailer.
    Has:
    -Cold portable a/c with vented to exhaust duct 120v.
    -Flat screen tv with built in DVD player 120v
    -New Bluetooth head unit with new 6x9s 12v.
    -3 pod lights 120v
    -2 led lights 12v
    -4ft drop down ramp
    -counter top with shelves
    -fold down bed (can use twin mattress) I used air mattress.
    -all lights work.
    -tires are good with new spare
    - new 6x8 carpet with new floor.
    - inside ceiling is insulated
    Many items to list. Must come see.
    This trailer fits 2 bikes dirt or sport bikes and 1 pit bike.
    $3400

    Or text him at 214-392-8656. He won’t answer calls from numbers he doesn’t know.Mention my name please. Hope this helps y’all
    Last edited by Jake Camp; 01-22-2019 at 11:53 PM.

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    Just my 2 cents, I have a 6x12 (which is great), but I am probably going to upgrade to a 7x14 later this year. That little bit of extra room makes a bigger difference than you think, plus you get the security of another set of axles. I would like to fit 3 full size bikes plus all my crap in a single trailer that would still could be moved around by hand when unladen. I bought my Continental Cargo in Princeton at 380 Trailer Sales and they offered the best for the money in my opinion around DFW.


    If you can live with a 6x12, the one Jake listed is a great bang for the buck. The cost (and time) of all the little stuff is really important in the final analysis.
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