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Old 10-21-2013, 12:53 PM
farmerknowsbest farmerknowsbest is offline
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Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Eastern Ontario
Posts: 350
Hi there,

Finally picked up a second grain trailer to further replace tractors and wagons for hauling wet grain off the fields. The practice is very dangerous and trucks are a much better fit for us with our land base sprawling over about 50km.

The new to us trailer is a 40/43 quad axle end dump with 62" sidewalls. We had three grain doors added to the rear for fast unloading and cleanout, as well as a man door to the front of the trailer to easily access the box for sweeping. This trailer has performed extremely well during soybean harvest and I look forward to how it will change corn harvest for us. 1.5 people were able to harvest soybeans, this year, where in the past 4 or 5 were needed. Talk about savings!


Headed out on the 401 west bound for the 250km trip

All aluminum rims, all air ride, and an air tailgate

They make a nice pair

Lazy mans door

Aired up and ready to go

over 2000lbs difference between the two trailers. Aluminum makes a big difference

Dealership told the truth, no leaks

First load a great success

Our fleet for this fall


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