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24 ft gooseneck

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rick deere

11-13-2017 19:28:53

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Do gooseneck trailers loose any value. I'm looking at one 17 yrs old in good condition , Its a big tx 10k axles 3 ramps. thank you.

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11-14-2017 07:04:10

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 Re: 24 ft gooseneck in reply to rick deere, 11-13-2017 19:28:53  
They will loose some but not much in my area. A trailer like you mentioned in my area would still be in the $5-6,500 range even with the age. With good tires, floor, lights and brakes.

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Mike M

11-14-2017 04:39:16

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 Re: 24 ft gooseneck in reply to rick deere, 11-13-2017 19:28:53  
I know when I own one and resell it they do !

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11-14-2017 04:30:02

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 Re: 24 ft gooseneck in reply to rick deere, 11-13-2017 19:28:53  
My experience is skid steers and trailers hold their value very well. Whenever I looked for one that was a little cheaper or older it looked like it'd be rolled down a hill and set on fire. Any decent one I found was so close to new price you might as well buy new. Once in awhile you do get lucky so by all means go look at it. I personally get tired of burning more gas than it's worth looking for that one in a million deal.

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