"I've pulled several other trailers as you're going down the road the other trailers I've found will tug you around and push and pull you.  My Haulmark trailer doesn't do that.  It doesn't pull you and tug you around.  I can run down the road at 75 or 80 miles an hour with this trailer  behind me, and it follows me where I want to go.  There's no pushing when you get into a hard curve.  It doesn't try to push you around the corner."   Chris G.  Rowley  IA 

EZ Display DS2 Bumper Pull Trailer

Here's the perfect trailer for part-time vending at weekend festivals, sporting events, concerts and fairs. Ideal for personal use or by institutions such as schools and corporations. Available as a 7x12' quick-and-easy concession trailer, its value-price ensures that it pays for itself quickly! Bring out the popcorn and sodas, summer is coming, is your organization ready for the fun times?

The EZ-Display model Specialty Trailer with Single 3,500 lb. axle configuration and 2,990 lb. GVWR. This unit is shown with Upgraded Split Awning Doors.

Coupler Type 2in - 5,000lb
Frame Construction 2 x 3 Tube
Length 12ft
Width 7ft
Axles (1) 3,500lb
Floor 3/4" DryMax High-Performance Flooring
Rear Door Solid Awning Door
Side Door 32 x 72
Ramp Optional
Color Options Yes
Warranty 3 yr limited

Additional Features

Tires:  ST205/75D14 C rated
6 ft. and 8 ft. solid aluminum framed awning - Protection from sun and rain
32 in. side door - easy access
14 in. x 14 in. non-powered roof vent - Great air circulation
110 volt electrical service - Just hook up to power supply and you're ready to go
Fold down stabilizer jacks - Stabilize and level the trailer
Spring suspension with EZ-Lube axles with electric brakes - Trailer brakes in conjunction with tow vehicle for increased safety White vinyl sidewalls and ceiling liner - Attractive, economical interior wall protection
4 ft. double tube fluorescent light with diffuser
Popular Options- See dealer for more!

Haulmark Fact

For tag or bumper mount trailers, it is generally accepted that tongue weight is 10 - 15% of the curb weight.  Heavily optioned trailer may influence this number to be 20% or more.  Also poor, improper or unbalanced loading may contribute.  That is why consideration for how payload and features are placed inside of the trailer are very important, not only to tongue weight but overall ride quality.