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That looks like the rig that put me in the ditch the other day out around "China Spring, Tx".
nap wrote:Thanks for the good advice. I've found a trailer in Arkansas that is pretty much in line with your recommendations, but the $6995.00 price tag seems kind of high for a trailer I'll use maybe three times a year. What do you think?
S&S Farms wrote:Check your state regs in Kansas you can not have 10000 lb axles with out it being a commercial trailer and you need a DOT number. Definately go with dual jacks, tandem axles, flip down beaver tail, have plenty of tie downs to hold load on.
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