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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by 2guysandamower, Nov 5, 2006.
Those three axle trailers are made for towing by a tandem axle dump or other class 8 truck. In my truck driving days I used to haul a 200 size excavator (about 46,000 lbs.) on one.
I wouldn't tow that with anything less than a tandem axle. some need you to have air brakes on the truck because the trailer has air brakes.
f150..............or so some guys around here would
I bet my new 2500HD Duamax LBZ that I am working a deal on could pulled that like it was nothing.
I agree as long as its empty.
shoot........ i can pull that with my bare hands. lol.
Chevy 1 Ton Diesel P/U single rear end with Bobcat 700 series on the trailer...
F350 P/S dually. No problem!!
Those trailers weigh around 10,000 empty. You'll need a tandem and most important of all............. an AIR BRAKE hook up because that trailer has air brakes.