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New Eagle tilt 16 foot trailer

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ejensen

11-16-2016 07:21:45




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Just ordered a new eagle tandem axle (3500 lb per axle) tilt full access approach trailer . Will be pulling this trailer with my 2016 Ford F 150 with the v6 eco boost engine. I am sure this trailer and pick up will be adequate to haul my TE 20,8N, and my farmall cub. My ford jube has a Paulson loader on it. No liquid in the rear tires, a weight for the 3 point about 300 lbs. The trailer is a 16 foot model.
Wanted to know if any of You have hauled a jube with loader on such a trailer.Loader is a Paulson.

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pig9r

11-16-2016 19:11:10




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 Re: New Eagle tilt 16 foot trailer in reply to ejensen, 11-16-2016 07:21:45  
I have a 2600 tractor with brush hog that I haul on a 18 foot utility trailer with tandem 3500 lb axles with a 2010 F150 with the 5.4L - it has the same tow rating as your ecoboost. No issues but I would recommend a weight distributing hitch. And if your truck doesn't have it already the Ford integrated trailer brake controller.



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ejensen

11-16-2016 19:56:14




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 Re: New Eagle tilt 16 foot trailer in reply to pig9r, 11-16-2016 19:11:10  
pig9r, Thanks for the information. Signal added the brake controller to the package I bought from them. .sounds like my pick up will be fine to tow the trailer. According to the dealership 7500 lbs towing load is ok for the ford F150
I have. The v6 with eco boost seems to be more than equal to my 1974 F 100 with a 360 V8. Very hard to compare the two as the new truck is a lot more truck than my 1974 which I sold I will check into the load leveling hitch

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ArleninOr

11-16-2016 17:15:16




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 Re: New Eagle tilt 16 foot trailer in reply to ejensen, 11-16-2016 07:21:45  
ejensen, that trailer is built about 10 miles from me. Well built trailers. If I was going to buy a new trailer, it would be from them. Have a friend that works for them also.



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ejensen

11-16-2016 17:25:19




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 Re: New Eagle tilt 16 foot trailer in reply to ArleninOr, 11-16-2016 17:15:16  
ArleninOr
Thanks for the information about the trailer I ordered from SignalTrailers in Everett,WA. They didn't have one in stock so the trailer will be built at the place you know about in Oregon



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6000

11-16-2016 16:02:58




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 Re: New Eagle tilt 16 foot trailer in reply to ejensen, 11-16-2016 07:21:45  
My friend bought a new 20 ft tilt bed trailer it is useless the axels are to far ahead so he can only use about the front half of trailer we tried to haul 2 side x sides. it about put us in the ditch it made the expedition sway all over the road after 1 mile we turned around and took my 20 ft trailer with ramps that worked great behind my f 150 v 6



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ejensen

11-16-2016 16:37:58




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 Re: New Eagle tilt 16 foot trailer in reply to 6000, 11-16-2016 16:02:58  
6000
Thanks for the reply. Hopefully my 16 foot eagle tilt
would is better than the 20 foot tilt you told me about
Takes 4-6 weeks to get my trailer. They are built somewhere in Oregon.



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Tiger Joe

11-16-2016 11:03:58




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 Re: New Eagle tilt 16 foot trailer in reply to ejensen, 11-16-2016 07:21:45  
bad thing with tilt trailers is they are heavy.

i bet that trailer weights 2500 lbs+ itself.

so a 7k trailer leaves you about 4500 for cargo.

not sure what a jube weights (tractor data says 2500-4000)
tractor 3000

weight- 300

loader- 500

3800 so you have 700 lbs to play with as far as staying legal. not a lot but doable. I'm sure the trailer can handle the jube

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ejensen

11-16-2016 13:02:34




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 Re: New Eagle tilt 16 foot trailer in reply to Tiger Joe, 11-16-2016 11:03:58  
Thank you. Trailer dealer told me 2200 lbs for the trailer



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