I'd like some input on my trailer decision. I need to get a bigger trailer this winter. With the old 5x8' I can't haul everything I want to. What I need to haul is a 36" lesco wb, 48" Hustler SWB, catchers for both and a 21" or two, trimmers, blowers, and gas cans. I would like to still be able to back it into my 10" x20" storage unit at night so I wouldn't have to unload everything everyday, but I could unload if I have to. The new trailers around here are a bit more than I want to spend now as I am still paying for the hustler. I have found a couple used trailers I would like your opinions on. Trailer 1: 6'X12', tandem axel, wood floor, ramp gate. $650 Trailer 2: 5'X14'(including dovetail), single axel, steel floor, no gate, and raised baskets that are all in the wrong places. $700 Neither has brakes. The reasons I am considering the 5ft wide are that It would fit into my storage unit better and It is a little longer. Also the raised baskets, although in the wrong places, could be cut off and re-mounted in better positions . If it had a ramp gate on it already I would probably jump on it. ($125-$150 to add on gate) The pluses of the 6x12 are that it already has the gate, and I would be abel to unload the 21" mowers without having to unload the 48". But this would only be a plus 4 or 5 times a week. The tandem axel will ride better but also use tires faster. this trailer is a flat deck but the other one has a 4' dovetail at the back. The new prices on these sizes of trailers are $1100 - $1500 Thanks for your input.