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Re: 4500lb tractor + 2200lb trailer. 7k trailer or 10k?

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06-21-2011 05:54:09
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The topic started out as #1 Purchase just enough trailer to get by without any reserve capacity. Not being able to tow heavier loads in the future. And run equipment at or near it max rated limit. Continuous usage at max rated limit is a common factor in area equipment failure. Or #2 For a few extra bucks purchase a hauling system that isn't maxed out.




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06-21-2011 18:30:14
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 Re: 4500lb tractor + 2200lb trailer. 7k trailer or 10k? in reply to buickanddeere, 06-21-2011 05:54:09  
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I think owning an old D8 Cat would be very cool someday. Unfortunately, I only have a 12k bumper pull trailer. I guess I really screwed up by not buying a new KW with a detach trailer. I promise to buy something that will cover all of my future needs next time.

You are correct that equipment that is maxed out will have a shorter life than equipment that isnt. Thanks for pointing that out. But I really only need my trailer to last 40 years. I really don't need infinite life. I have seen far more trailer tires blow out from old age than from being overloaded.

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