Ambrose — I bought a Harbor Freight folding trailer with 20% off for around $280, their heaviest (rated 1800# payload) and built my own 6′ x 8′ deck on top for another $100 in materials, and added stake sides. It hauls my karts, a microsprint, and dirt/gravel, etc. when needed… Might be a good option for you?
I too have the exact same trailer as Ted, except I used a 25% off coupon :-p.
Either way though, just came in to say that I only have a simple plywood sheet on top, not a fancy deck like he has. The kart fits just fine that way, just have to put it on the trailer backwards so the wider rear doesn’t clash with the trailer’s fenders. Doing it this way allows me to still fold the trailer in half to put it away in the off season.
This is actually my second trailer like this – I used to have one with a deck almost exactly like what Ted has that I used to haul my F500 with. That trailer worked great for several years even though my total weight was probably pushing the limits of the trailer’s load capacity.
Technically, it’s still foldable (the tongue is the only truly “foldable” part… I assume they intend for it to be set on its’ rear and the tongue folded back under….that would be possible with mine, but it’s now heavy enough that it would require 2 guys to do so. I will say that the extra structure stiffened the kit quite a bit — it’s really a light-to-medium duty trailer….that said, I’ve hauled 2 buckets of sand on mine (around 1500#) with no issue for a short haul. I did use good trailer grease and check the bearings and lugs often. Since my wheels fit neatly under the decking, I didn’t install the fenders. I will say that the lighting harness isn’t 100% compatible with all others, but I modified it so it works… YMMV.