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new equip. trailer

PTSolutions

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
OH
Just picked up our new equipment trailer. I took these two pics at the dealer, i accidentally had night mode selected on the camera when i snapped the pics at home so ill get some more of those later.

quick specs:
19,000lb. GVWR
20' deck 5' self cleaning dovetail
16 ply 17.5" tires
dual jacks
led lights






and here is the hitch i upgraded to, Curt Industries 2.5" 18,000lb weight carrying capacity, the plate is also 18,000lb capacity and the pintle is 20,000lb capacity.


 

Duffster

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Midwest
Sweet trailer. I like the specs too, could never figure out why more trailers are not rated that way. Makes much more sense this way.
 

dozerman21

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Indianapolis, IN
Nice blades. How do you like the Boss XT? Is there much of an advantage capacity wise or anything else over the standard V? I'll be needing some new cutting edges and center shoe for my Poly V. Would you recommend the new style cutting edges with curb guards and center shoe delete?
 
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PTSolutions

PTSolutions

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
OH
the new xt has more capacity when in scoop but the advantage is how much further it throws the snow. we have some high drifts next to the drives so this blade helps us get the snow up and over and onto the lawn. the curb guards are awesome! really helps keep the blade lookin good and the center sections let no snow through.
 
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