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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by Signature Landscaping1, Jan 12, 2006.
Can a 6x12 encolsed trailer, fit a 60'' ztr and 48'' w/b??
On a 12 foot open trailer, that takes up about 11 foot 10 inches. Im not sure how long an enclosed trailer is on the inside. I would try it before I bought it.
maybe a 6x14 is a wiser choice
Hey, IMO get the biggest you can afford. With that being said, Im selling my 20footer.
Maybe, I know im comparing an open to an enclosed, but I purchased a 16 foot tandem after the 12 foot single axle. Plenty of room and the capacity to handle the weight. Be careful on the 14 footer, subtract the weight of the trailer then add the total of your equipment and I think you will find that you are close or over weight which can get you a ticket and plus its not safe.
true, yea im looking for an enclosed, probly the biggest one i can afford like redwings said. Price range $0-3500.
as far as the wight approx 1800 pounds
You need atleast a 7x14' trailer, thats what I just purchased and I'm already cramped up with only a 44z a 32'' wb and 21.
Buy marks enclosed trailer. Then you'll have all the room you need to work with and grow into.
then how bought a 7x16, i think thatd be a smart move, i cant buy marks trailer because its to far from me, and im looking to buy one towards the end of spring.