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RC: slant load vs straight load
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- Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2000 20:49:05 -0500
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But, most slant loads, especially those with rear tack, are
far more solid than a stock trailer. If you ever get
rear-ended, you would want more behind your horse to protect
it. I feel VERY safe with my Featherlite 4H slant. It is
truly a well built substantial trailer. 120,000+ miles in
four years and hardly a nick or scrape. I have put my
youngsters in it and they quickly figure out how to load and
unload with just a rope thrown over their neck.
My vote is for the better made slant loads
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