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Old 03-28-2013, 09:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Landscape Poet View Post
That is a good size IMHO. I went a little larger on my last one but stuck with the single axle just upgraded the axle to a 5200#. Two less tires to replace and one less axle to pay tolls on. The way I have it figured it will pay for itself in terms of custom vs stock with the first tire purchase and the saved tolls will be nothing but essentially profit that would not have been there if I went with a dual axle.
For residential - the smallest that will work is the best IMHO.
I agree. I get into some tight neighborhoods and can have a hard time turning around on some of the cul-de-sacs. I don't know how some of the guys do it around here with the 20' plus trailers.
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