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Husky03
05-18-2006, 07:25 PM
I would rather have a trailer like this than an enclosed trailer anyday. How much can I expect to pay?
http://www.bigtextrailers.com/spec/70lr.html

Thanks...

J&R Landscaping
05-18-2006, 07:51 PM
I'm not that sharp on pricing trailers but I would say 2000 or so. It looks like it would work great! Whats gonna be pulling it?

mow king
05-18-2006, 08:42 PM
I'm not that sharp on pricing trailers but I would say 2000 or so. It looks like it would work great! Whats gonna be pulling it?

I think you'll be paying more than that. Big Tex is a premium brand and priced as such. Plus that particular trailer has a lot of steel in it.

I'd guess at least $2500.

Husky03
05-18-2006, 09:39 PM
I do not necesarily have to go with Big Tex, but I don't know who else makes trailers like this. I love the look and design of this one though. I have been looking for a new truck, but for the time being I would attempt to pull this with my S10. It will be a little dangerous if the roads are wet, but if it has electric brakes I should be able to handle it for a year or so I would think. My S10 does fine pulling my 7'x10' I have now loaded with all my equipment including 1 ZTR. Does anyone know what you need to get put on your truck to hook up electric brakes like those on that trailer. I need to get a trailer big enough to fit 2 ZTR's on and a push so I am thinking a 14' but I may be able to get by with a 12'. Thanks for any help.:)

Edgewater
05-19-2006, 12:19 AM
I have an 88 F-250 that I use to pull a trailer that is very similar (PJ trailer from texas, VERY solid. The older fords have soft brakes. That trailer put s a load on that truck even with the diesel. I have used a friends S-10 to pull my 6x12 PJ with 32wb, 52Toro Z an 2 comm 21's. Nothing like the smell of burning bakes in the morning....

rklawnmowing
05-19-2006, 12:23 AM
its probably gonna cost around 3-3.5k for that trailer new.