View Full Version : Landscape Trailer

05-03-2004, 08:47 PM
I live in Houston and have a landscape company. I have searched all over for a 10-12 ft tandum axle landscape trialer and have had no luck. They all cost too much , I once found one for $1500 but now can't find any. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Yard Gnome Landscaping
05-04-2004, 08:32 PM

I have sean 10 to 12 ft cage trailers here in the dfw area for arount $1900.00.


05-04-2004, 09:10 PM
I am having a friend of mine build me a 6.5 x 12 or 13. I will post pics when completed. It will be a tandem( pretty rare around here)

Superior Lawn Care
05-08-2004, 09:18 AM
have you ever though of getting anything a bit bigger mayber a 16 or 18 footer you never kno when the extra few feet may come in handy. and if you ever expand and buy more equipment you may kick yourself in the a** wishing you bought a bigger trailer. I started out wioth a 12footer and now have a 18 footer cause i bought another lazer. think about it. just a suggestion

05-10-2004, 11:36 PM
The best advice I can give is by the best from the start, even if its more money. If you want to pursue this career, that is the best way to get ahead. 12' is too small a trailor for the equipment needed for Spring Cleanups and its small for regular mowing.

05-11-2004, 01:09 AM
I'm going tomorrow to put money down to hold a 16'x6.5' tandem trailer tomorrow, it has a tool box welded to the front and a cage to hold blowers gas cans whatever small, but that is removable with 4 bolts and then it can haul a car (doubles as my race car hauler) it was only 800 so i had to get it. And i agree, go with alittle bigger if possible, this is hard to fit in my drive but oh well.

05-14-2004, 10:07 AM
I have a 12' cage trailer, just starting out in the business and already wish I would not have spent so much time and money
in a short trailer, I have a encore 34 and a ferris extreme 61 and
they lack a half an inch not fitting in the trailer! P.S. I have to put my push mower in the back of the truck.