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Old 11-03-2013, 12:55 AM
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they all have pluses and minuses we have 1 enclosed 8.5 x 24 holds a lot of equipment keeps things dry. but i worry during leaf clean up season that a few leaves may have blown on the mufflers and start to smolder ( we blow off all the equipment before we load ) .durning the summer months gotta watch out for dog crap on the tires of the mowers . bit of a smell when you lower the gate even wet grass smell ..the other 3 trailers are 6 x 18 open . easer for the crew to grab the trimmers and blower right from the street . also the enclosed makes a great restroom (5 gallon bucket ,trash bag , and a used toilet seat ) no running to the gas station several times a day .lol
You know I totally forgot to mention the bucket with screw on lid i drink coffee in morning and tea all day and riding on my power wheelchair(ztr) i always gotta pee. Lol
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Old 11-03-2013, 09:43 AM
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Currently we run 2 open trailers. I believe if you keep the equipment in one spot it would be easiest. I am actually thinking of how to utilize an enclosed trailer as both transportation and storage. But the biggest thing I've heard about enclosed trailers from other folks on here is that it lowers MPG fair enough to notice.
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