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Moritz Trailer Mansfield Ohio

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bama ray

10-07-2011 05:43:21

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Anyone have any experence with the Mortiz Trailer adjustable dovetail? I am near two trailer builder here in Alabama but they don't make a adjustible Dovetail. It just looks to be very handy I would use my trailer to haul round bales and my tractor CaseIH JX 80 some but most of the time to haul hay. I am looking at the 14,500 single wheel model

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10-09-2011 05:25:29

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 Re: Moritz Trailer Mansfield Ohio in reply to bama ray, 10-07-2011 05:43:21  
I've had my Moritz 20+5 for over 6 yrs now and still works great. The adjustable beaver works well, just remeber to lube the lock pins! In Alabama you don't need to worry about the salt etc in the winter but if you come up north it will make a bugger of a time to remove the pins. I've had over 12k on mine and the only thing I'd like to have is dual wheels, singles flex quite a bit in a sharp turn

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10-08-2011 19:16:05

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 Re: Moritz Trailer Mansfield Ohio in reply to bama ray, 10-07-2011 05:43:21  
just up the road from me.a lot of their trailers on the farms here. seem to last a long time.

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