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New Trailer! (pics)

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by wvaughn7, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. wvaughn7

    wvaughn7 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 219

    The axles are the 5k axles, forgot to put that. I know the trailer may be a little lightweight, but you have to understand that we will never have over 6k on this trailer, including the trailer itself. The 10k pound figure I posted was not a guaranteed number, but more of an estimate of what i would feel safe with. I know the limits and if I thought that I was nearing those limits when loading the trailer I would not allow it to be done that way. I have seen too many people going down the road in my area with shabby looking trailers and parts falling off of them. (I live in a very redneck part of TN) I would be ashamed to have something that is putting other in possible danger from overloading the trailer and having a tire blow or axle break causing me to wreck.
     
  2. 4 seasons lawn&land

    4 seasons lawn&land LawnSite Gold Member
    from NY
    Posts: 3,587

    nice work, do mine next! haha. I remember, I said the same thing on your walk behind mower thread.

    Thats one way to save some major $$$
     
  3. TNGrassCutter

    TNGrassCutter LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,321

    no I'm in Clarksville up north of Nashville
     
  4. SouthSide Cutter

    SouthSide Cutter LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,333

    By the pictures he posted!! And if he added what he said he did it aint even a 7000lb to start with. Oh you can put 10000lb plates on it and load it up but thats how accidents happen.
     
  5. bobcat48

    bobcat48 LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,176

    Looks good man.like it.very nice.
     

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