Topic: Re: Gooseneck Trailers That I Am Considering (PICS)|
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The last trailer, with the 11,000 pound axles, will put you right into CDL territory. Are you ready to take that test? Also, it is only 8 feet wide, which may seem insignificant, but that extra 6 inches of width can sometimes make a huge difference. Also, it is a 1978 model. I would look it over very carefully for stress cracks in the frame, axles, springs, etc.
I don't think I would even consider the homemade trailer because of liability issues.
All of the prices are in the ballpark.
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