When purchasing an open race car trailer, it’s important to keep the following things in mind: the length of the trailer, how many wheels it can carry, and the type of tires it needs. You’ll also need a winch and a coupler lock. You may want to consider upgrading the flooring to add more style and durability to the trailer. Other customization options include installing tie down straps and lighting systems. You can even turn the trailer into a man cave with a TV, stereo equipment, and couches.
In addition to its function as a transporter, the open race car trailer is often used for storage. They have several advantages, such as shelves and racks that allow you to organize your gear. Additionally, they offer protection from the elements, and some even include sleeping quarters for the drivers. Open race car trailers are a great choice for people who take great pride in their cars, and they need a trailer that will protect them.
Open race car trailers typically use electric brakes to reduce the amount of friction on the tires. Brake controllers can be purchased for a couple hundred dollars each. A pigtail plugs into the dash harness of most late-model vehicles, but older cars will need to cut the harness. Hayes G2 brake controllers have an aluminum housing and are made in the U.S., and are available at most auto parts stores.