Quite a few people have asked if the trailer can be towed, so I thought I would answer the question here for everyone:
Can trailer be towed, as it is?
The trailer was damaged on a snowy mountain pass in the Yukon Territories of Canada. I towed it down from there without incident. That is well over 2,000 miles of towing after the damage occurred. However, I have not even seen it in about a year. The tires
are high quality and price radials, but even the best tires
lose air over time. They will probably need to be pumped up. They were left covered by those expensive vinyl covers from Campingworld, so they have been protected. The trailer had been meticulously maintained before storage, and the axle
has the quick and easy grease fitting access, so that should not be a factor. On the other hand, the trailer has been in (very expensive) storage for 9 years, so nothing can be said definitively.
Thanks for reading!