If you want to kill the sway a ProPride hitch is the real deal. You need an open A-Frame at the front of the trailer. Might be some other way to make it work on a V-Nose trailer thats cover the frame rails, not sure. Absolutely the best customer service you will ever come across. I have a 2018 F150 SuperCrew 4x4 3.5L EcoBoost 6.5ft box w/Max Tow. I pull a 30ft 9000 lb RV trailer and there is no sway, ever. I've put around 12,000 miles on pulling in winds, crosswinds, mountains, flatlands, cold, hot, semis don't bother me. The hitch is FAR from cheap but our trucks, trailers and cars are a big investment. Also, I'm not that RV holding up 20 cars, I'm going to pass you if your not moving along.I bought a 1997 enclosed trailer ~6 months ago and have been happy with it. It's 8.5' x 24'. I would absolutely not go anything less than that for our cars.
I lost track of if this is an enclosed vs open thread,
or what do you look for in an enclosed trailer thread….
One thing you must consider is where you will be storing the trailer, and what will be in the trailer when you store it. You need to invest in proper locks for all doors, a tracker and wheel locks. All of that will run you ~$600.
Winch is a must imo, you need something that can get a broken down car into the trailer. All our cars have tow hooks anyways... Also, the feeling of winching the car into/out of the trailer is one of the better feelings of the track day......maybe that is just me?
I am young and not overweight, so I have no issues getting around the trailer to put the wheel straps on. Tracks which are far away, I get to the track the night before, pull the car out, set up the mattress and I've got a nice little space. A heater is a must depending on when you are at the track. I get an extra 2-4 hours of sleep depending on which track it is; that has done great things for my lap times and overall focus.
A big one, depending on your truck is a WEIGHT DISTRIBUTING, ANTI SWAY hitch. Nobody talks about these. When the winds pick up, enclosed trailers can be not fun. I have towed mine with an older gas F250, as well as a brand new F150. The F250 lacked power, but stability wise was great. The F150 has more than enough power, but in high winds the stability leaves a little to be desired. That's WITH an anti sway hitch. I can't imagine what it would be like without one.