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      That is pretty cool. Is this the one you bought? https://www.harborfreight.com/1090-lbs-capacity-40-12-in-x-48-in-utility-trailer-62645.html

      It looks similar, but there are no casters and I don't see lights on yours.

      This is the HF trailer I bought.

      https://www.harborfreight.com/1720-lbs-capacity-48-in-x-96-in-super-duty-folding-trailer-62647.html

      For the time being, I'm only using the front 4X4 half.....I can easily assemble/add the back 4X4 half, to make it a 4X8. I relocated the lights to the rear just under the deck. Pleasantly surprised that it cam with LED lights.

      The black trailer (post #4 Northern Tool) I'll be selling is virtually identical to the red 40"X48" in your link.
       
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      Can't help much on the roof rack. I went with the Curt #13397 trailer hitch thru Walmart.com, $116 IIRC. I like the way it disappears, receiver is the only part visible, crossbar is hidden. If you go with a trailer, the plug-n-play trailer light harness is available at etrailer.com, about $40. The etrailer.com site has a video of the trailer light harness install.:thumb:



      I recently purchased a 4X8 trailer from the local Harbor Freight but have it set up as 4X4 for the time being. Stands up, rolls on caster, stores in the garage out of the weather and out of the way. One man up/down, still plenty of room to park the cars.....handy as a pocket on a shirt.





      Here's a couple of sites showing small trailer creativity:

      https://tventuring.com/trailerforum/index.php
      https://www.hfhacks.com


      This is the one I went with. Again, I'm using the front half only (4X4) at present. It shouldn't take much time at all to expand it to 4X8, when the need arises. About half way down the page are customer photos with several pics toting kayaks .

      https://www.harborfreight.com/1720-lbs-capacity-48-in-x-96-in-super-duty-folding-trailer-62647.html

      Harbor Freight usually has a $100 off coupon at their website. I paid $350.
       
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