Hey guys, So Im at a dead end here. I bought a brand new 7x16 Proline Trailer with dual 3500ln capacity Dexter axles1 yr ago and since having the trailer I have had nothing but structural issues. Within the first week I noticed the rear axle(tire) seemed to be on a slight angle. I called the dealer and he told me to call the manufacturer. Did so and they blew it off. Then I started noticing the floor start sagging and the wood coming loose. Look under the trailer and all the cross beams from middle to rear of trailer are mangled..bent. Call them again and without any hesitation they pay a local weld to fix the beams. As the months go on I notice the axle issue getting worse and floor issue starting again and getting worse buy the day. I could physically slide my foot in to the gap between the wood boards on the trailer floor. Now form day 1 I have had the same setup in trailer.1-32 exmark metro walk behind, 1 Bobcat 48 ZTR, 1 21 residential mower. Bags for all 3, trimmer rack on wall holding 3 trimmers, ladder rack on other wall holding 1 aluminum ladder. Shelves on back wall hold misc small items, mix, chainsaw, garbage bags etc etc. The ONLY things on the floors of the trailer are the 3 mowers and the bags. Now the max weight of trailer with load is 7000 lbs. I took trailer and dropped it on scale loaded with equipment and it should loaded weight at 3900 lbs so Im not even close to 7K. So again I call the manufacturer and speak with Kenny who is the guy Ive been complaining to. He tells me it needs to go to them in VA and Im in NJ. I tell him Im not paying to ship it there or driving it there so he agrees to have it loaded on a trailer going back to them for nothing BUT I have to pay $400 shipping fee back to NJ. I figure hey if they fix my issue under warranty ill eat the $400 shipping. I get it to them and they do exactly what I thought they would do and say- Well our guys looked at the trailer and we deem that you have been overloading it. Cross beams are bent; both axels are bent etc etc. Now Im with the trailer everyday and I know we have not overloaded it. I know we havent had any accidents etc. So Im stuck with a trailer that needs all this work, stuck in VA right now not even drivable because the axles are so bad and Proline Trailers wont cover ****. So I paid $4k for a brand new trailer which is now not working. I even had a local welder look at it and he even said its not a weight issue it the way the trailer was built using cheap thin materials. I tell them this and of course they deny it. So what Im asking for is if any of you have had a similar situation and can anyone else give me any ideas on how I can get these guys to cover this issue?? Any help will be appreciated.