All aluminum construction with screwless panels.
Narrow, pointed design allows for easy towing using less horse power.
V-nose ramp door allows for easy loading and unloading with multiple vehicles on board.
Aluminum rims with 15" tires look and work great.
Fit and finish is awesome.
Long term durability is a 10.
After running this trailer for some time I have regretted not getting the PSD Model of this trailer. Other wise no complaints. My thoughts are when buying a trailer, purchase the best model you can afford.
The reason for getting this 722PSS R&R trailer was to have a secure trailer for hauling my atv's and sleds in to our riding destinations.
It is very imperative to be able to secure your belongings while on route to where you will be riding. The old saying, out of site, out of mind works for me. The added beefit is having your toys being out of mother natures elements. I like getting on an atv or sled and staring out my ride with a dry & clean vehicle.
I picked aluminum construction because of the weight savings and how easy these types of trailers roll down the road. The V-nose slices through the air like a hot knife through butter. In fact my 2011 Ford Raptor 1/2 ton hauls this trailer fully loaded with ease.
There are many people that set on the fence and will argue to they are blue in the face about aluminum trailers versus steel trailer designs. As a weldor I fully understand the properties of aluminum, the aluminum welding process, and how to repair aluminum if necessary. It is my opinion that if you hear a weldor telling you that steel is better then aluminum, then this weldor is not comfortable with working with or aluminum, or just doesn't have a clue about welding.
I have had this trailer for 3 years and I have put thousands of miles on it in all types of weather across the United States and have absolutely no problems with this trailer. There has been absolutely no cracking or frame issues with this trailer, and I have been known to overload mine on occasion. I feel if you have highly skilled weldors like R&R have working for them, you will have a trouble free and durable trailer for years to come.
So far the only 2 things I would do to my trailer would be to add some more d-rings for addition tie down spots, and to change the tires. I figure after 3 years a tire change is warranted, and it is a safety issue to have good rubber under your trailer for peace of mind. I would also say for peace of mind get a spare tire when you get your trailer so you have an identical wheel/tire combo just in-case you get a flat.
This trailer does have it's limitations, and because of it's width & height, you will not be able to load most UTV's and haul them. This is something to think about when looking at trailers. make sure you will get one that fills all your needs.
This trailer so far has hauled my atv's and sleds anywhere I wanted to go, served as a camper for my family on many excursions in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and hauled our belongings on way to many moves lately. All done trouble free!
The bottom line is, this R&R Trailer is one of the best trailers I have owned ever and when I am ready to Upgrade it will be another R&R Trailer for me. They are competitively priced and worth every cent you pay for them. In my opinion if you don't check out R&R when you are looking for trailers, you will have spent way too much money looking elsewhere.