The trailer in question has prob been bought since the question was asked 4 days ago ; but , I'm gonna ad my 2 cents . I bought a 5x10 trailer back in the early 2000's to haul my quad and what ever else I may want . At that time , I was doing a remodeling project ; and , everything I went to haul , the trailer was 2' too short . We tend to "adapt" to what we have , so in my case the longer stuff was placed on top of the front so it would fit (the rear gate was not removable) . I ended up selling that trailer ; and , I told myself if I ever bought another trailer it would be at least 12' long . Whenever I bought my rhino , we have a 5x8 that I used to haul it on...until I modified the gate , it would only fit backed on . I made brackets so the gate wasn't straight up when closed Ö.the rhino would fit pulled on then ; but , I found it pulled better with the bike backed on . When I bought my T2 last summer , I had to go on a trailer "hunt" , because it obviously wouldn't fit on the 5x8 . I looked at a lot of different mfg's 6x12's...cheaply built trailers aren't cheap ; and , well built ones are even more expensive . I entertained the thought of spending the extra $$ on an aluminum one ; but , the extra work of any future repairs (think cracks) made me stay with a steel one . I ended up going with a 6x12 Big-Tex...it is very well built , has a spare tire carrier , led lights , 2x8 wood for the floor (some mfg's use the thinner decking boards) , and 15" 6 ply tires .