a bolt together trailer with burn-em-up tires on it... I'd beg and borrow until you can afford a better option. Also if you're handy, you can find some smoking deals on decent trailers on craigslist. got my 14' tandem axle on CL for $750 I'm put about $500 into it over the last 3.5 years and it's practically brand new now. at least the parts that matter are brand new. were I to buy it brand new I'd be looking at $2k-$2.5K for the same sized trailer without all the little extras I've added to it over the years.
Either check out CL, or find someone who does fab work. An axle kit can be had for under $200 bucks. Have someone build a frame for you, and then put on a wood deck. My father in law built my trailer for be based on specs I gave him. Only cost me ~$300 in parts. Granted, he did the labor for free...
I used one for a couple of years, and there are those who will swear by them. For $300 it will get you by for a while, but if you put a lot of miles on it, keep a close eye on those little 12" tires. They will come apart. Remember, you are putting a $10,000 quad on a $300 trailer.
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