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Low profile deckover trailer

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d beatty

06-20-2012 22:22:08

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Thanks to every one for their remarks.It helped me deside which trailer I wanted. I ordered a PJ Trailer (Model F8) 14,000 LB. bumper pull trailer. This is a 24 foot, 102" wide low profile trailer. This gives me a 21 foot deck with a 3 foot beaver and 3 spring loaded standup ramps. Also getting bracket to carry spare tire. Latter on I will mount a tool box on it to carry chains, binder,straps and other tools. Thanks again

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06-22-2012 21:29:21

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 Re: Low profile deckover trailer in reply to d beatty, 06-20-2012 22:22:08  
I take it that it is a deckover trailer? Did you find it on a lot or is it custom ordered? I tried to buy a custom made PJ trailer this week but was told PJ was 12 weeks out on a trailer. So I ended up with a Load Trail trailer. I was told that the Load Trail was made by the brother of the guy that makes PJ trailers. The two factories are across the street from eachother. I am supposed to get my new trailer by August 1, just in time for all the tractor shows.

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d beatty

06-22-2012 22:00:18

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 Re: Low profile deckover trailer in reply to JimEvans, 06-22-2012 21:29:21  
Jim It is a low profile bumper pull deckover. Its a 24 footer 102" ( 21Foot deck & 3 foot beaver). I'am having them put the third ramp on it and spare tire bracket with spare tire and wheel. I Order mine this week and they promised me delivery to dealer in the last week of July.I bought mine from a farley large dealer in Ill. I hope it comes early because there are a few things I want to add to trailer. I was going to buy a Liberty trailer but they told that dealer 10 to 12 weeks and he said he had one on stock order for 2 months at the time he called factory.

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George Marsh

06-21-2012 04:15:26

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 Re: Low profile deckover trailer in reply to d beatty, 06-20-2012 22:22:08  
I just purchased a nice aluminum tool box to mount on the tounge from Amazon for $145. I like it. Fits perfectly.

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d beatty

06-21-2012 10:20:46

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 Re: Low profile deckover trailer in reply to George Marsh, 06-21-2012 04:15:26  
I am also looking at a aluminum tool box. Have to wait till trailer gets here to see which tool box will work best.The one that i am looking at is 57" long, 20" wide and 18" high.

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