Lakota Charger, 13 ft LQ. Trailer. Model #C8313.Excellent condition and we think it is better than new.
This trailer has only been lightly used and has always been stored inside. We are only selling because we found a permanent place in Florida to stay with our horses.
Standard Lakota Charger Features
- 8-ft wide
- Six-foot pop-out. The original trailer had U-shaped dinette (which we still have), but we replaced with dual recliners
- Power awning
- Large refrigerator
- Recessed stove
- Lots of bathroom cabinets
- Extra tie hooks (2) in each stall
Lakota makes a great trailer, but we wanted more, so we made some improvements:.
- New Goodyear G tires in 2018 – top of the line
- 12″ offset hitch which increases your turning radius, especially with a short bed truck.
- Four 12-volt batteries and two large propane tanks with gauges – Will keep you off the grid longer
- 20 amp auxiliary power system (50 am total)
- Installed a 42-gallon auxiliary water system in the first stall with separate pump – you can hose off your ponies anywhere
- Outside side mount shelves for a cooking grill with quick disconnect for propane
- Unique fold-down swing that mounts on side of the trailer or under the gooseneck. This has been a real conversation piece. Even Tom Seay had never seen one!
- Extra high shelving in horse area
- Upgraded to adult-size porcelain toilet with a hose for comfort and easier cleaning.
- Upgraded the shower hardware so you can actually shower.
- Collapsable steps from the bunk area with handholds – Greatly reduces the risk of falling out of the bed area at night
- Dish satellite TV system, roof mounted
- Extra TV in the bunk area
- Several extra electrical outlets were added to living and bunk area
- Foam insulation added under living area and under the gooseneck floor – This really helps on those cold nights.
- Roof vent over the bed – Makes a huge difference in ventilation and dissipates heat that collects in gooseneck area.
- Added hangers, hooks, wall-mount hair dryer, bulletin board, baskets, and mirror to maximize usable space.
- Electricity extended to horse compartment in case one wanted to expand the living area.
- Lots of extras in tack compartment, including blanket rack and shelf.
- We also added a ramp.
- Rubber matting added to back of stalls and partitions to protect horses and prevent trailer damage