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Enclosed Trailer Capacity....

PhillipsBrosLawnCare

LawnSite Member
Location
Kentucky
Hey guys. Buying an enclosed trailer before season starts again. I'm running 2 61'' Turf Tigers and a Ferris 1500 on one crew. The other has 2 61'' Turf Tigers and a 36'' TrimStar. What size would yall recommend? 8 or 8.5 wide and 20, 22, or 24 long? Thanks.
 

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LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Northern NJ
Hey guys. Buying an enclosed trailer before season starts again. I'm running 2 61'' Turf Tigers and a Ferris 1500 on one crew. The other has 2 61'' Turf Tigers and a 36'' TrimStar. What size would yall recommend? 8 or 8.5 wide and 20, 22, or 24 long? Thanks.
Im not sure about the length for you but I would recommend a 8.5 wide. I looked at an 8' wide and then a 8.5' wide and was pleased with that little bit of extra space
 

DuallyVette

LawnSite Gold Member
Location
Charlotte NC
Get the biggest one you can use in the areas that you travel. That equipment should fit in a 20'. 24' would come in handier. A gooseneck trailer will take a longer trailer into a tighter cul-de-sac. After using a 20' gooseneck around town, I really don't like pulling my 20' tag-along. My 2 door dually pick-up is more pleasant to use than my 4 door dually.
 

moremow

LawnSite Member
Location
roanoke
I have a friend who has a 25 ft. enclosed Wells Fargo Custom Trailer for sale. He paid over $24,000 for it. He is selling it for $12,500. Anyone interested in it let me know I can get you some pics. I have it on Craigslist for him here in the Roanoke Virginia Area. Great looking trailer. Let me know.
 
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