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Re: trailer length needed

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03-18-2013 06:44:37

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hauling 2 on a 20' gooseneck with a 5' beaver tail isn't a problem but stopping it is .you will need tandem dually to stop.

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03-18-2013 19:08:39

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 Re: trailer length needed in reply to dblair, 03-18-2013 06:44:37  
I haul 2 one 5500 the other is 3500 on two axle 20ft and 5 dove. Stopping is fine I gear down take my time and always aware of others doing their fourwheeler style driving.

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03-19-2013 19:53:31

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 Re: trailer length needed in reply to OldMoIron, 03-18-2013 19:08:39  
I haul 2- one is 9500, other is 5000, plus 2000 in suitcase weights, extra fuel, tools, three spares (2 trailer 1 truck), cooler, clothes etc, all with an 86 F250 regular cab, single wheel, 6.9 N.A. diesel. Weighs 31480. Its a tri-axe trailer, NOT a fan of it. Hard on tires & bad for turning. But it stops fine- just keep all 6 brakes working. A tandem dual is the only way to go in my book.

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03-19-2013 04:56:52

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 Re: trailer length needed in reply to OldMoIron, 03-18-2013 19:08:39  
yes that's a good weight , I start having trouble at 13k with mine.

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