I guess it depends on how far and how heavy and how often you are going to pull with itgertman":1rfqwrr1 said:I'm talking about the 3/4 ton 4x4's from Ford, Dodge, and Chevy pulling 20-30 foot flatbeds loaded with hay or equipment, or 20-24 foot cattle trailers.
like i said it depends on the load on my 28ft I haul 26 4x5 bales and also depends on the terrain here in my part of Mo it is either up hill or down hill :lol: :lol:BeefmasterB":1kljbe1w said:My Dodge 2500 1/2 ton diesel does very well with the 25' gooseneck, dovetail, flatbed. Loaded with 10 4x5 round bales has never been a problem (have a brake controller for the electric brakes). The only problem has been turning across a shallow ditch, pulling the trailer. When coming back up on level ground the cow trailer (which is also a gooseneck) dips down and can dent the truck bed rail.