Did Joe offer you any of that high falutin' meat he's always showing off over on the "What are you eating today" thread and anything good to wash it down with?? ;-) ;-) ;-)highgrit":368fy7pa said:Yes mobile home axles and brakes on the rear axle only. But I have G range low boy tires on the trailer. I built the trailer 20 years ago and it's pretty much bullet proof. The bales are 5x4's barn stored, seems to be good hay. If you don't strap it down you'll loose something before it's over.
Lost 2 rolls not long didn't no where left with 11 got home with 9. Week later went to pick up another load and they were sitting together out in front of a farmhouse. I stopped because it was obvious he was displaying them for whoever lost them. He said he had been worried about getting them back to who had lost them. I ask him what I owed him for getting them of the road, not a dime he says glad to do it. I took one home and gave him the other. Still a few truly honest people left, I met one, and made a friend that day.tom4018":9aozp209 said:Are those 4 foot wide bales? Does the trailer have mobile home axles? Looks to be a good load, al least you strap them down. I got a call from the highway department to go get a ball off the road the someone lost close by here, wish they would have lost more as the cows loved that hay.
JSCATTLE":32gucbvh said:I've literally hauled well over 2000 rolls 40 miles one way and never tie them down . I've never lost a roll . I haul 18 rolls at a time . 12 on bottom 6 on top with one on the neck .