January 26, 2023
I bought my first “utility trailer” in 1970, and since then I have had them all, searching for the perfect trailer.
From single bed, steel to double bed, galvanized to aluminum. Hauling snowmobiles, ATV’s, garden supplies or construction material. Single axel, double axel, bed over, flotation tires and regular trailer tires. So it’s fair to say that I can speak from firsthand experience when I evaluate a utility trailer. I am not a paid sponsor or critic, I’m just a regular guy who knows perfection when I see it, and it’s called FLOE.
Living in western New York I could not find any inventory in my area so I traveled nearly 200 miles, to Jefferson Hills, Pa. There I contacted “All City Trailers” and spoke with the owner, Gaspare, who immediately assisted me with a purchase of a Cargo Max, 9 ½ by 73 trailer. My most concerning question is, “Where have you been for the past 50 years”?
I bet if I had purchased the Cargo Max back then this letter would not be one of recent satisfaction but one of congratulation for manufacturing a utility trailer that I have used with pleasure for the past 50 years.
The polymer bed on top of an all-aluminum frame is simply the best. Large tires, easy trailer positioning, smartly placed tie-downs, protected lighting and light weight maneuverability makes this trailer stand on the top of the list of great trailers. The most satisfying aspect of this trailer is its balance and weight which allows a youngster like me to push the trailer by hand for easy loading and storage. No jacks, no ATV’s and no more worrying about calling my neighbor over to help me remove the trailer from my vehicle or to push is around the yard for storage. (which normally costs me a six pack)
So please accept this as my 50 year evaluation of the best utility trailer ever made—lts FLOE, hands down.