I'm confused. Who's telling you where to park?My setup if I didn't have the side gate it's remove the gravely 34 and remove the time master 30 to get to the 52 stand on. Then since most of my yards have like 50ft of frontage I can't just leave them sitting there on the street I have to put them back on the trailer. I can have 3 or 4 front yards knocked out with the 52 in like 14 minutes. It just drives me nuts is all. People complain to me about parking already..... My sanity is worth something to me, especially with parking because I have a short fuse when it comes to people telling me where to park my own truck that I pay to insure. I've told people as soon as you pay my insurance you can tell me where to park. Lol
I scalped myself on an aluminum drip rail once when I didn't duck enough going in.Your wheel hump idea is bad for many reasons. Not meaning to blow your idea away, but it’s bad, don’t do it. Musical mowers are not that bad. You end up starting them
Both up anyways, larger mower does the front yard anyways. Smaller in the back. Multiple people on your team it’s even less of an issue.
to do it, you would add an extra 1000lbs of weight in order to support it, This would decrease payload and fuel mileage. You would raise the center of gravity on the trailer and make it unstable. When you go around a hard turn, you going to put excess stress on the tires and bearings because the outside wheel will have to support more side load force. by Parking them side by side in the middle of the trailer , you will effectively kill any hopes of walking from the rear of the trailer to the front of the trailer for anything like a hand tool or grass catcher, blower or anything else while both mowers are inside.
the walls of the trailers are like paper thin and the “studs” are also thin. They have the most rigidity stuff the very bottom where jointed to other frame members. So your mower moves a little during transport and bows the sides of your trailer out. Even if you beef up the sides with plywood, it’s still being attached to a weaker section of “stud”.
then there is head room, how many times I have hit my head going in and out of a trailer. Your plan is to park 12-14” taller than the floor?
I don’t get your point.You guys are forgetting I'm solo so each mower is suitable for each property. Am I gonna stick the gravely 34 with a mulch kit on an empty lot that only get cut monthly? No i'd have to mow it twice to make it look good. I pull out the 52" stander with a side discharge and I can cut the lot twice before the 34 has even cut it once. Time is money people