Remo, you said "Trailers don't have a GVWR" in response to Shady Brook saying "With 2 walkbehinds alone, you may be over loading the trailer if it is rated at 2000lb gvw! " You were implying that Shady Brook was wrong or didn't know what he was talking about. I simply showed that Shady was correct. Trailers do have a GVWR. As far as driving anything up to 26,000 lbs with an ordinary license, that may not be correct. I didn't bother looking up Alabama's laws, but in many states, a vehicle with a GVWR of 10,000 to 26,000 does need a chauffeur's license if used for business. And even any F350 Super Duty pickups (even 2 wheel drive gas) with duals have a GVWR of 11,200 or higher.