I"ve hauled My Allis Chalmers in one a couple times. Make sure you get a maxi width trailer. and over tall also. I used someone elses trailer. I needed to douk a little getting in and out. even with the doors open they get exhaust smell real fast. and the tydowns are not realy made for tractors. I used 4 straps front and rear befor I was happy with the security. I"d much rather haul mine on a open deck trailer. My own trailer is a drop deck the deck is down at the axles with side rails fender high the lenght of the bed. It sits lon enought only the tractor muffler sticks above the truck topper, so I have no added wind resistance pulling it. its low enough I back up to the curb at the church and drive off and on without ramps. Its much easier to walk around on the ground and tiedown without ever even climbing on the trailer. or worse yet cralling around in a inclosed trailer tieing down.
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