Discussion in 'Trailers' started by CK5, Feb 16, 2005.
So what kind of trailer is everyone pulling? I'm about ready to order a new trailer myself.
25 foot deck + 5 foot dove trail 14k gooseneck flat bed. Love it and will never, ever, go back to pulling a bumper pull.
27 fot flat deck with another 5 feet of pop up dove tail. goose neck with 3 7k axles, all braking. i have yet to see the trailer let alone drive with ir due to being in iraq.... 6 more days, then another 12 days after that and i will give an update.
Here is the 27' Interstate snomobile trailer
Here is the little tandem flatbed behind the K5...
No pics of the 20' flatbed gooseneck but will soon. It's recieving new paint, lights, 6 new tires, and 6 new Cragar Soft 8 chrome rims.
20ft, 10,400lbs, dual brake trailer.
18+2, wood deck, 14k GVWR
pics in my webshots, http://community.webshots.com/user/tim84k10
32 foot dual tandem GVWR 20,000
20 foot cattle GVWR 14,000
A huge 5 x 10 GVWR 3,500
Howdy all! i pull a Lowes 31' two car carrier. it has also been known to carry 3 small cars but don't tell the highway dept.
Gooseneck low bed, 30 ft. deck, tandem 8-lug axles with brakes, truck camper up front. Room for all the toys on the back.
You have seen mine before, but others on this site have not. I love my gooseneck, would not trade it for anything, other than a bigger one. My only regret it that I did not buy a 40' trailer, for two rigs and a bigger camper.
Here is a picture of my setup.
It's a 20' bed with 5' of dovetail.
Now THAT is the ultimate setup right there...
Here's mine.... she aint pretty, but she works hard
Thanks for the compliment, it's much easier to use when it's wheeling time, easy to camp etc..
It does come with it's drawbacks, if you just want to help a friend out, it's a real pain in the a$$ to hookup and help out. Must drag the whole thing to where ever you are going.
But as for the camping/wheeling, it's a blast.
Then you should just swap trailers with me Rob. Very easy to hook to and go. I'll just have to live with the problems so you don't have to. Just the kind of guy I am... rotfl
Very Funny Russ!! rotfl rotfl rotfl I would swap with you if you had a 40' er. I like my small gooseneck, but for as big of a pain as it is, I should have got a 40'er. Hell I can't store it at my house, I have to store it at my office. Real pain for the quick day runs to TM.
Gota drive to the office to hookup and then back to the office to drop off. If I leave it in the street more than a night, I get the nasty gram from the HOA.
My wife and I both agree, we'll never buy anyplace that has a HOA.
That was number 1 on my list of "not negotiable" with our real estate agent...
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Whats an HOA? Sorry for my ignorance....I've always lived out in the country.
Home owners assoc. just dawned on me. rotfl
I would have sworn I already replied to this.
Anyway, 18' tandem axle 7k "car trailer" built with channel iron, much better than most of the "cheap" car trailers. Removeable fenders, hidden ramps, solid tie-down points tied solidly into the frame, spare tire mount, soon to be "tow gear box" on the tongue and complete rewire with "conduit" since the wiring keeps getting hashed trying to get to the trail heads...
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