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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by dmk395, Jan 24, 2001.
Have any of u had luck with 6'x10' trailers, or have u found the need for much larger ones?
If you think you need a 10' trailer, buy a 14'or 16'. That way you'll have room to expand in the future. Besides there's not much cost difference in 10' to 16'.
i thought i overkilled when i bought my 16ft, i am now looking for a 20ft
Trust me and go with the bigger one you will almost always run out of room and be looking for more. Like stated above the cost between the 10' and the 16' isnt all that great so i would recommend the 16'.
I started with a 6x10 also,I bought an 18 foot about a year later.
I bought a 16 ft trailer when I started out. In 1999 I traded it in an 18 footer, wish at times I had gotten a 20. Go with the next size up, at least 14 ft. It is easier to back a longer trailer, or least it is for me.
I starteded with a 6 by 16 used it for 2 years was always needing more room,I just bought a 8 by 18 enclosed now with all my equipment loaded i don't have to climp over everything to move around the trailer.If you can afored it i would at least go with a 16footer.
Ive got a Hawgwild 14 foot and if my jobs would alow i would get a 16 or18 but many of my clients have gated driveways and i only have around 8" clearence on alot of them. Plus these are very wealthy and great paying clients, so i don't want to lose them. So ive just adjusted by putting more smaller equip in truck bed. I can still get my 62ZTR 52" Walkbehind and 2 trimm mowers on the 14 with alittle room. Marks Mowing Service
Anyone ever see a trailer called a tongue twister. i saw it in a lawncare mag. this year . the guy is from the carolina area. the tongue unlocks and pivots the trailer it has a gate on the front and on the back thought it looked cool . any ideas?