For appliances look at installed prices at Camping World's web site. That will give you some idea.
Check etrailer's web site for brake prices.
Lots of places to get tire prices.
Axles are probably shot if they haven't already been replaced. Call Inland RV.
Ballpark handicapping figures for evaluating a trailer incl labor:
Axle + brake 1000 (per axle)
Tires 200 ea
Reese dual cam hitch $600
Redo tail turn & brake wiring $200
Replace light fixture $100
Water heater 500
Water pump 200
Very expensive requiring careful evaluation
- Frame separation
- Water leaks leading to a soft floor, mold, mildew or other rot problems
- Window or door broken
- Refinish clearcoat
In general the more expensive better kept trailers are the better buy. A trailer with accumulated back maintenance as a result of disuse or neglect should be evaluated carefully indeed