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Tractor Transporting Discussion Forum

Backhoe-Pro trailer opinion

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prawnfarmer

12-18-2011 05:53:46




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Information appreciated by anyone familiar with Econoline's Backhoe-Pro trailers and the Multi-Max suspension. I'm looking at an used, 10 ton,20+5 pintle hitch model. Any maintenance problems with the inside tires/brakes/axle alignments, etc?




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tractor vin

01-15-2012 09:36:30




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 Re: Backhoe-Pro trailer opinion in reply to prawnfarmer, 12-18-2011 05:53:46  
did you find a trailer yet? where do you live? I have a brand new pintel forsale only selling it because I was able to get a gooseneck



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VicS

12-25-2011 19:27:03




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 Re: Backhoe-Pro trailer opinion in reply to prawnfarmer, 12-18-2011 05:53:46  
Like they say run! don"t look back. My cousin had one of these 4 axle trailers. My truck could hardly pull it on a crowned road. I guess the road is softer in the middle. It was a hoot to just check the air in the middle tires. Vic



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caterpillar guy

12-18-2011 16:59:21




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 Re: Backhoe-Pro trailer opinion in reply to prawnfarmer, 12-18-2011 05:53:46  
Could just change the axles out for ones that go through and head off the problem up front. If the trailer is cheap enough.



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prawnfarmer

12-18-2011 13:20:36




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 Re: Backhoe-Pro trailer opinion in reply to JDseller, 12-18-2011 11:31:15  
Yeah, the novelty is now fading real fast as I think about laying under a loaded trailer in the mud trying to change a flat tire. Its at the tail end of the year, I need a trailer and I must be grasping at straws.



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jim plunkett

12-18-2011 08:48:13




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 Re: Backhoe-Pro trailer opinion in reply to prawnfarmer, 12-18-2011 05:53:46  
Run fast & don't look back.



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