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Is this one made in the U.S. or over there?
I would double check and see what kind of suspension it has. Standard leafs springs won't hold up well and give a rough ride on the roads you described. I would get something with Dexter Flex Axles or Mor/Ryde suspension. That would be more suitable. I can't find the specs on this model for what it has as standard equipment. You can add one of these, but I don't know what the cost would be over there. Other than that, I don't see any reason not to get this trailer. Like any of these, you have to do some upkeep on a regular basis if you want it to be trouble free as much as possible. Some upgrades are desirable for sure, but check on the suspension first. That could be a big issue. Please get back to me with what you find and I can make some additional recommendations for you. All follow ups are included in our fee.
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