North Star Sportstar I Trailer Kit
1000 lbs. GVWR
4.8 12" wheels
33" mesh ramp gate
Heavy-duty mesh floor
Weight: 310 lbs.
Availability: Sold Out
- This is an oversized item. Additional freight will be calculated during checkout.
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Product DescriptionVersatility is the name of the game with the North Star Sportstar I combination ATV and utility trailer kit. But don't be fooled by its size - it still has a remarkably large carrying capacity. The trailer has a steel frame with a tough coated powder finish on it for strength and durability. It also features a 2" hitch, grease fittings on the hubs and full DOT lighting. Mesh ramp gate folds flat for utility use. Durable powder-coat finish. Multi-leaf springs.Spare tire mount is located on the bottom of the tongue to accommodate a spare tire, jack stand and gas can rack.
• 1000 lbs. GVWR
• 4.8 x 12" wheels
• 33" mesh ramp gate
• Heavy-duty mesh floor
• Weight: 310 lbs
Important Information: This item will ship directly from the manufacturer in 3-5 business days.
This is a kit. Assembly is required. Estimated time of assembly for 2 people with minimal experience is 2.5 hours. Full customer support is available by calling 801-756-8670. Assembly instructions are also available at www.nstrailer.com.
Title and certificate of origin will arrive separately from the trailer kit. Manufacturer warranty: 1 year manufacturers defect on all parts.
Quick assembly video available on YouTube under "Northstar trailer assembly".
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Q:what is the length of the floor and is it long enough for a riding mower?Asked on 5/3/2012 by Anonymous from kershaw SC
Q:does the rear gate (ramp)fold down onto the the deck (floor)for long cargo?Asked on 9/15/2010 by rgel45 from Ronkonkoma, NY
A:Yes, it folds forward into the deck.Answered on 10/12/2010 by Retired in OR. from Bend, OR.
Q:any welding required?Asked on 5/28/2010 by bG from syr
A:I bought the trailer assembled. It looks to be all bolted together.Answered on 10/12/2010 by retired in OR. from Bend, OR.