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Can anyone advise what you need to register a Harbor Freight trailer? I have the manufacturers statement of origin, but the idiot at the register entered the VIN wrong on the register reciept. Do they need the reciept to register it, or not?
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When I trailer long distances, I make sure I have a spare, a lug wrench, and jack that work on that trailer.
 

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I paid $550 for my 2001 trailer , still have my original tires and never changed the wheel bearings. It has been very useful from hauling my ATV on hunting trips to moving furniture numerous times.
I bought my trailer in Commack on Jericho Tpke, don't know if it's still in business. I could probably sell it today and get $400 for it!
 

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I paid $550 for my 2001 trailer , still have my original tires and never changed the wheel bearings. It has been very useful from hauling my ATV on hunting trips to moving furniture numerous times.
I bought my trailer in Commack on Jericho Tpke, don't know if it's still in business. I could probably sell it today and get $400 for it!
Yeah, but is it registered in Maine? Good quality trailers will last a long time.....
 

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The bearing grease that comes prepacked in the HF wheel bearings is similar to ear wax, I cleaned mine and regreased them then went to trailer city and bought 2 new ones so I have spares with me at all times as well as a spare and all necessary tools. I've carried a snowmobile back and forth to PA up the hills of 84 with no trailer issues yet. Take care of the bearings and it'll work fine.
 
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