Anybody have one? I know some people hate HF stuff but the way I see it you take them with a grain of salt. Some of their stuff is good for what it is (cheap tools/equipment), and some of it is complete junk. Their log splitters for example are basically good units as long as you upgrade the components on some of the places they skimp (hydraulic lines, etc...), so I'm wondering if the same goes for the trailers? I was looking at this one: http://www.harborfreight.com/1720-lb-capacity-super-duty-48-inch-x-96-inch-utility-trailer-with-12-inch-five-lug-wheels-and-tires-94564.html Basically I need a trailer that will haul about half a cord of green wood. I figure the things to watch out for would be low quality bearings (they could be easily replaced for a few bucks), shoddy wiring (a once over with hot glue and heat shrink would fix that), and a poor paint job (I would just go over the whole thing in black POR-15), but other than that it looks like a good little base to start with. Tractor Supply has their trailer brand "Carry On" which is basically the same size with a slightly lower weight rating for the same ($400) price. I ought to look both of them over before I buy. Harbor Freight sends me coupons all the time too which might knock the price down even more. Over time I'll probably end up adding full stake sides, a tongue box for my saws, etc...so I might end up looking for junkyard springs for it one day, but I'll have to watch the total weight since I'll be towing with my 4 cylinder Toyota pickup. I wouldn't be towing any great distances or up any significant grades though. Let's see your wood hauling trailers, Harbor Freight or not-trucks seem to get all of the attention when it comes to wood hauling-what about the lowly trailer?