id go with a partial tilt, and even them get a power tilt, we USED to have a manual tilt trailer at the company yard, fine if your hauling say a loader by itself, push the bed down with the loader bucket and hop on the trailer, BUT whatr if what your loading doesnt have a front bucket? grrr! now you got to figure out a way to tilt the trailer so you can get the machine on it, and then what if you haul 2 machines, with a full tilt you load the first one, the bed goes down, your chain the machine in place, then go for the second... guess what? now you really got a problem with a full tilt, you cant get the @#$%! bed to tilt with the 1st machine on it, partial power tilt is the only way to go the bed tilts no mater what your loading, with fixed front half the 1st machine is usually clear of the tilt portion so loading the second machine is not a problem, as to the full tilt trailer ... the company no longer owns that one,lol
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