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Client: Lifetime Products (U.S.)
Design: Lifetime Products (U.S.)
This innovative fold-up utility trailer has an easy-to-operate crank that compacts the trailer into a mere 29 inches wide—approximately 50% of its flatbed size—in less than 90 seconds. The trailer is great for homeowners with limited storage space as its size makes it easy to stow in the back corner of the garage while leaving plenty of space for cars. Available in three different sizes, the trailer holds up to 1,500 lb. and includes removable front and rear gates that double as ramps for easy loading and unloading. The trailer also comes with a full light kit with a brake, turn signals, tail lamps and a wire harness for safety.