I recently bought a snapper trailer and could not believe the lack of quality and craftsmanship. The roof wasn't sealed in spots (along with piles of sealant dumped in areas with no seams) and seams were open to the inside, the front wall with the door is wider at the top than the bottom, and market lights had no sealant behind them to prevent water from entering the inside. They also jagidly cut the water diverter above the door and left the sharp edges.
I've owned many trailers for my business and take excellent care of them, but I would not expect to have to go through a brand new trailer and fix careless mistakes from people who obviously just throw out expensive trailers with no understanding of properly building one.
Obviously, I can't fix the wall frame issue at the top of the door because someone didn't measure properly, but I did fix all their other mistakes. My advise and personal opinion, stay far away from snapper trailers unless you don't plan to keep it or willing to go back and fix everything, like I did.
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