i've talked to several guys that have been pulling those trailers and they claim you can't really even tell it is back there...i think that is a cool idea for those who want to take their furry friends along
Haven't tested with them yet, as it is a training process and we are introducing them to the trailer slowly. But I have tested with their weight in the trailer and it is stone stable, and the suspension works awesome. Their weight is low on the trailer and although they do have room to stand up or lay down and move around a little, they can't move around a lot. I think when their movement will be most noticeable is at very slow speeds or stopped.
One last bit of testing prior to putting them in the trailer is to see if there is any carbon monoxide getting into the trailer at slow, medium and fast speeds. I don't want to gas them.
Is there any way to tell how loud it is back there?
My exhaust is really loud, but when I get out on the highway it is a lot quieter, just because I am out in front.
I wounder how loud it would be back there for them?