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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by Matts lawn care, Sep 23, 2006.
would i really need breaks on a 6-12 traler if so how much extra would that cost?
Do you mean you need BRAKES on a TRAILER
'Cause I KNOW you don't want a traler with breaks...
i was thinking the sme thing..
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what kinda truck you pulling it with?
no i ment will my ford be able to handel that size traler. I will be building sides on it to hual mulch tree limbs and leaf clean up stuff. I have no idea im new to this.
its a 1997 ford explorer
good grief kid, go back to school and learn to spell and learn to read too, there's a spellchecker button on here just for the dropouts
DOT requires brakes on any trailer that weighs more than 30% of the tow Vech.
i wouldent trust a ford explorer to take me to the grocery store let alone pull a trailer.
If it's a single axle, I wouldn't bother with brakes. Just don't tailgate others and stay focused on your driving. If it has tandem axles, get one that already has them.
Not sure about Rickco's comment here in NC. NC basically requires brakes on trailers with anything with a gvwr >3000lb. Check the laws of your state to be sure.