We have this 8.5'x20' Haulmark Race Trailer
It has a one foot extended height and 5200 lb axles which makes it possible to tow the Jeep, as well as the Rhino, ATVs, and dirt bikes. It works well, but has not been without problems. Build quality at Haulmark seems to be less stringent than other brands such as Pace, or Interstate. The wiring harness on our trailer was too short because Haulmark forgot to make a longer harness to compensate for the extra one foot height of our trailer. The wiring starts at the tongue, then goes up through the roof, and down to the bottom of the rear sides of the trailer, where it goes into the tailgate. The extra height of the trailer meant it needed a longer wiring harness, so without one the first time we lowered the tailgate all the way down it pulled the wires right out of the light sockets in the tailgate. We had to take it back to have it repaired one day after we bought it. Haulmark also forgot a key structural component when building our trailer. They forgot the steel top plate that goes across the tops of the wall studs on the front of the trailer. The wall studs just ended, with nothing on the top of them, which meant that the sheetmetal walls were holding the studs up, and not the studs holding the sheetmetal walls up. The very first time we towed the trailer into a head wind the entire front wall of the trailer literally blew down. The trailer was a mess. And Haulmark tried to fight us on covering it under warranty, saying it must have been something we did wrong to cause the damage. Our local Haulmark dealer then pointed out to Haulmark that there was no top plate on the top of the front wall of the trailer, so Haulmark grudgingly agreed to rebuild the trailer under warranty. And it took a major rebuild to repair the damage. It is now a practically rebuilt trailer. It has worked fine since the rebuild, but I would certainly NOT recommend Haulmark to any one.