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cuttin-to-the-Max
06-04-2011, 11:35 AM
Ok I have a 8x14 open trailer*
I use it for landscaping*
The trailer has brakes*
It's tandem axle with heavy duty axles*"beefed up" for skidsteer

At the top of the trailer there is a rack/ shelf that goes all the way across with a tool box the shelf also holds two backpack blowers. 3 trimmer racks also.*
This trailer has a gate on the back with built in skid steer ramps (this prevents a skid going thought the gate!*

We have pulled a skid steer on this trailer with no problems!*
Spring assist gate!*
Only selling because I want to upgrade to an enclosed!*

I'm taking all offers!!!*Looking to get like 2k
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cuttin-to-the-Max
06-04-2011, 11:53 AM
These pictures are from last fall When i was selling my mowers i have to get out of bed and take some new pictures.... But until then you can kinda see the layout of the trailer.

**Only Selling because i kinda miss my A/C Enclosed trailer... Call me Weak! :drinkup:

cuttin-to-the-Max
06-04-2011, 03:04 PM
I'll take 1800 for it or I'll just keep it. Just sand blasted it and re painted it!
Has diamond plate side rails!
Keep the PM's coming!
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Raymond S.
06-04-2011, 05:35 PM
What axles are they? 5 lug rims looks like 3500lb. If so how are they "beefed up?" got any better pics of the gate, underside, side profile? How far apart are the floor joists?
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cuttin-to-the-Max
06-04-2011, 06:36 PM
What axles are they? 5 lug rims looks like 3500lb. If so how are they "beefed up?" got any better pics of the gate, underside, side profile? How far apart are the floor joists?
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I dont have any other pics at the moment but the floor joist are all tight together. No spaces!

Raymond S.
06-04-2011, 08:23 PM
Nevermind...
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cuttin-to-the-Max
06-04-2011, 08:32 PM
Nevermind... Posted via Mobile Device

Can i ask why?
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cuttin-to-the-Max
06-04-2011, 11:36 PM
What axles are they? 5 lug rims looks like 3500lb. If so how are they "beefed up?" got any better pics of the gate, underside, side profile? How far apart are the floor joists?
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Also they added more suspension and electric brakes to the trailer....
This trailer pulled 6 pallets of rock salt and didnt even sag an inch! we would have added more but i just didnt want to put pallets on top of each other!

Its a great trailer!

Raymond S.
06-04-2011, 11:43 PM
You need more details. It looks like a 14' landscape trailer with 3500lb spring axles. What's "beefed up" on the axles? Floor joists are the steel crossmembers. How far apart are they, 16" or 24"? Are the brakes on both axles or just one? If you're selling it as a skidsteer trailer you need include detailed pics of the ramp, floor, and overall condition. If you did use it for a skidsteer and it's a standard 14' landscape trailer you could have done damage to the axles.
Bottom line is I need a skid steer trailer, ideally 16' but 14' would work. Find out some details and get some pics. Maybe we can work something out.
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blk90s13
06-04-2011, 11:45 PM
You hauled a skid steer with this ? its angle iron cross members !

Raymond S.
06-04-2011, 11:46 PM
How did they add more suspension. 5 lug axles are usually 3500lb axles. If you put 6 pallets of salt on the trailer (15klbs) you just overloaded the trailer by double it's GVWR and undoubtedly bent the axles.
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Raymond S.
06-04-2011, 11:49 PM
You hauled a skid steer with this ? its angle iron cross members !

I just saw that. Dude that's a basic tandem axle utility trailer. You sure you didn't haul a mini-skid?
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cuttin-to-the-Max
06-04-2011, 11:52 PM
oh i apologize i misunderstood your questions. the pallets werent even full! i had maybe 3000 pounds on it
And i dont pull the skid everyday! I only pull it a short distances and stuff usually doesnt mocve from the yard. Mostly used with mowers

I believe there is extra suspension on this trailer. It was custom built for me. Also Im not sure how far the crossmembers are. I thought you were talking about to floor boards...

cuttin-to-the-Max
06-04-2011, 11:54 PM
I just saw that. Dude that's a basic tandem axle utility trailer. You sure you didn't haul a mini-skid?
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pulled a cat 216b no problems

cuttin-to-the-Max
06-04-2011, 11:56 PM
i will check everythig tomorrow if you guys are really interested in knowing something let me know ASAP so i can check when i go to the shop tomorrow

Watkins
06-05-2011, 02:33 AM
Would you trade it for a trailer we used to pull our dozer ?
It's fresh built and has a new spare tire incase you have a blowout for some reason.
They are new tires though, so it should handle it fine.
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Watkins
06-05-2011, 02:35 AM
Would you trade it for a trailer we used to pull our dozer ?
It's fresh built and has a new spare tire incase you have a blowout for some reason.
They are new tires though, so it should handle it fine.
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Sweet, cant edit posts within 30 seconds.
nevermind then.

cuttin-to-the-Max
06-05-2011, 06:03 AM
no trades please.

cuttin-to-the-Max
06-05-2011, 06:45 PM
Bump for a great trailer!
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