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Very minimal payload- say ya got a 3500lb axle, subtract weight of trailer from that and the difference is all you have left for cargo

You get a flat tire and your SOL unti you fix it....no limpin it anywhere

Nice thing-only one set of brakes and 2 tires to worry about:laughing:

Most single axle 3500lb trailers don't even have brakes....
 

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Here is my old trailer, single axle no brakes 6'6" wide 6'6" tall 12' to the "V" 3500lb rating it is overloaded with just tools never mind anything else nad it was an aluminum trailer with means the trailer doesn't count for as much for the gross weight.
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I cannot find a new trailer pic but it is 6'6" wide 6'3" tall 12' long, 7700lb rating and i still cannot fit it all in.
Night and day with the brakes, I can load it right up no issues at all, rides better with a duel axle as well. Next time I will go bigger.
 
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