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When we bought this trailer I was against having electric brakes. Since we got it I find lots uses to tow light stuff behind the pickup. 

 

Trailer is to heavy and tongue heavy to tow much more then a skidsteer I use it to haul 33ft top rail for building fence today I'm going to pick up a pile of trailer house axles I bought along with some trailer tongues.

 

I think this trailer weighs 9000lbs empty. (Think ) tag on trailer is unreadable. also have a gooseneck but I'm not always around it so this is often handy for what I'm doing.

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Wholey Cow! That ain't no trailer .....that's a heavy equipment hauler. Nice one!

 

Hope you don't let out your address IBMobile probly come steal that..... he loves hauling heavy with his 47re  :whistle2:

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Lol.

 

Axles are to far back to haul heavy behind a pickup.

 

When I'm leap frogging around my pickup ends up on it.

 

 

 

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So your an excavator, gravel hauler and 2nd gen mover to get back home :thumb1: Nice way to get it done.

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Excavation is our small business. I'm not sure what my title is. Some days equipment operator, truck driver, mobile mechanic sometimes all in the same day.

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I think it was back in the 50's or 60's that a plumber told me he was working with an excavator on a high school addition in Monterey. Lots of Spanish history in that area, when the excavator unearthed a large cache of spanish gold coins. He told me you could see them falling out of the bucket and scatter as the machine swung around to empty. Problem came when word spread fast about the treasure and kids and everybody went down to collect coins. When the police showed to stop the bonanza, they were also searching everyone to get the coins back. Some like the plumber got away with a couple of the coins hidden in his tool box. This was told to me at break time on a hotel we were framing in Monterey in 77 not too long after the treasure was uncovered anyway.

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