Just some overviews and pics of things that make your choice in trailers the right one (IMHO)...esp. for chiefs.
1.Size does matter--8/9x12. Anything esle and you won't fit more than 1 bike (if you have a chief). The cheif is about 8 feet long also--so must be at least 8 in length, and then you can't use a chock and have to wedge it in sideways--watch those fender tips (hint)! Both my Chiefs will fit with chocks and while using the trailer as a "house" for them with the bikes on kickstands. It's a tight fit tho.
2. You need wall and floor eyelets for tie downs. You also need some in the rear--which I have yet to install in my trailer.
3. stabalizers in the rear
4. Double axle--these bikes are big and heavy.
5. If you get double axle, you need the brakes and emergency brake with battery back up
6. Lights on interior
8. Hitch locks, locks for doors, locks for the receiver, etc!
9. Warranty--make sure they'll stand by their product. Mine had a chock in backwards--one bike fell over when it came up. Put holes in the interior and outside walls and fluids all over the floor. They fixed it under warranty so I could go to Daytona. Still have to have some work done on the interior as you can see, and they are aware and will fix when I have time. I use the trailer to store the bikes in daily while I'm on the road working rt. now.
I did some other
stuff--rock gaurds; vinyl floor, walls and ceiling; clothes hanger; helmet rack;
alum wheels; etc....