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    Utility Dump Trailer

    I'm wondering what you folks have used for dump trailers behind your SCUTs and CUTs. I have a 2032r, and would like a trailer that I can haul maybe a couple thousand pounds of dirt, brush, or just about anything (whatever capacity is). Do any of you have ideas? It would be nice to get a beefy trailer that is meant for light dirt work. Something that I could fill up with the loader and then pull around. Or honestly maybe something i can pull behind my wife's suv and load with my H130 loader.

    Please post suggestions!

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    My tilt trailer,,,



    I was hauling firewood with it this week,,, for a neighbor,,,

    4X8 is A L L the trailer the 650 could pull out of the wet woods,,, with about a cord of wood on it,,,

    A 4" tall root was the worst issue,,, it flat stopped the trailer

    A running start one gear higher got the trailer over the root.

    To unload the wood,,, I tilted the bed, and "jerked" it,, over half the wood unloaded,,,

    If you want to dump dirt,, the trailer is gonna need to be MUCH higher,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Wow... that is a nice trailer.
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    I too would love to have something like that. Currently I pull my 5 x 10 landscape trailer behind my 2720 and at times I have had it loaded higher than I can reach with brush and tree limbs. The down side is that when I get to the refuse location I have to unload it by hand. I would LOVE to have some kind of small dump trailer. My vehicle is a Toyota Highlander so I have to stick with something that I can tow on the road and is less than 5000 lbs.
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    I think if I were buying,, I would want a dual purpose trailer that could be used on road also,,,

    https://roanoke.craigslist.org/grq/5392598796.html



    I really like the ramps,,, too,,,



    $2249 seems like a good price??
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkhorseFarmer View Post
    I'm wondering what you folks have used for dump trailers behind your SCUTs and CUTs. I have a 2032r, and would like a trailer that I can haul maybe a couple thousand pounds of dirt, brush, or just about anything (whatever capacity is). Do any of you have ideas? It would be nice to get a beefy trailer that is meant for light dirt work. Something that I could fill up with the loader and then pull around. Or honestly maybe something i can pull behind my wife's suv and load with my H130 loader.

    Please post suggestions!

    Thank you,
    Hi there:

    I purchased the following trailer and couldn't be happier. Was looking for a heavy duty, well built dump trailer. Check this out:

    Taylor Pittsburgh Field General 1.5 Ton Dump Trailer 4000-1.5T-MP by Taylor Pittsburgh Manufacturin for $2,239.97 in Misc. Equipment - 3 Point Utility Equipment - 3 Point Equipment & Accessories - Agriculture : Rural King

    I paid a reasonable delivery charge and got it jd green. I can manually pump hydraulic or use my 3rd svc. I use a 61" bucket, prefect size for loading.



    Good luck, Brian
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    I made this 4x6 trailer 10 - 15 years ago. I use it behind atv's as well as my 1026.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Nice trailer Jim. Looks like it will be very versatile. Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    I too would love to have something like that. Currently I pull my 5 x 10 landscape trailer behind my 2720 and at times I have had it loaded higher than I can reach with brush and tree limbs. The down side is that when I get to the refuse location I have to unload it by hand. I would LOVE to have some kind of small dump trailer. My vehicle is a Toyota Highlander so I have to stick with something that I can tow on the road and is less than 5000 lbs.
    A dump trailer would be nice but it is something that I don't have (yet).

    When I am moving brush with my utility trailer I tie a rope to the back of the empty trailer and lay it across the bed to the front, and then load the brush on top of the rope.

    When I get to the brush pile I throw the rope back over the pile and tie it off to a tree or stake and then pull forward. Pick up the rope and use the FEL to push the load into the pile.

    A couple times I have used my big trailer and I lay the rope(s) sideways across the bed. If it is light brush, you can pull it off by hand.

    It looks like there are several options for dump trailers out there. Good luck in your search.
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