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mrusk
04-11-2006, 09:10 AM
I'm buying a skid steer in the next 2 weeks so i need to figure out on what trailer i want to get real soon.

I been looking at kaufmans and interested in this trailer
http://www.kaufmantrailers.com/catalog.php?ID=c16ee711c1b9353f10c26e9a871fee7fa38ab4154c0a3e5db2a6673079eb4eccc37961974fd3414328e2c f80ee9e69b059a57cc18b16d899085a7b1570479a9e
I'd like to go gooseneck since i will be towing alot of weight. They are telling me
the trailer weighs around 3300lbs with 7k axles. Thats one reason i want to go with them. Alot of these trailer companies have a whole different frame for the 7k axles from the 6k and then the trailer ends up weight 4500-4600lbs which is to heavy for me. I'm staying away from deck over, because i've read from other members on this site about diffculty driving on and off, and i'm trying to save weight!

I'm going to be towing a 7000lbs skid steer and a 1000lbs in attachments with a 05 ram 2500 cummins.

Matt

FearThisDeere
04-11-2006, 07:22 PM
I have never owned one, but have only heard good things!

mcwlandscaping
04-11-2006, 07:35 PM
I would like to get one later this year....i can't find it on there site so does anyone know if they make enclosed trailers or just open? thanks

FearThisDeere
04-12-2006, 07:00 AM
I'm pretty sure that they are just open.

mrusk
04-12-2006, 07:44 AM
If i have a 8k machine on the trailer, what kind of pin weight will i have?

akerr
04-16-2006, 09:48 AM
I just bought a trailer from kaufman and it is really nice. I got a 20ft 14k heavy duty landscape trailer. I live in Virginia so I just drove down and picked it up. You showed a goose neck trailer so that would eliminate the weight on you hitch and put it on your rear end. You would be fine with a standard bumper pull equipment trailer. The trailers are top quaility and the operation is pretty amazing. They have a huge yard of completed trailers. Good luck.