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    Utility trailer size for my 2032r

    I'm looking at getting a utility trailer that also has the capacity to carry the 2032r on rare occasions to the dealer etc.

    Looking at a single axle with 5500lb capacity or perhaps a dual 3500lb tandem.

    What would be the minimum size capacity to ensure no issues with the 2032r? Also usually have the FEL and 2060 box blade on there.

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    I'm looking for a trailer too, but not a utility. SLT trailers, M/T speedhauler 20' (2795.00)
    Best deal I can find.
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    An 18' might give you some wiggle room for positioning with a box blade. I'd definitely go for the tandem 3,500 lb axle for capacity and if you're planning on hauling with implements. Probably give you a little over 5,000 lbs load capacity.

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    A 2032R with equipment would be pushing the limits of a 5500 lb trailer. Even if it didn't, I would not feel comfortable with that much weight on a single axle trailer. I would suggest a minimum of 16' tandem. I have a 14' tandem rate for 7000 lbs, which will allow me to haul about 5500 lbs. I just hauled my son's 1025R with bucket and backhoe attached. An 18' would probably be ideal, but a 16' would work. Take a good look at Sure-Trac trailers. They are well built, heavy duty, yet reasonably priced. In my area of Ohio, you can get a 16' Sure-Trac under $2900.

    https://sure-trac.com/product/tube-top-utility/
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    A single axle with anything on it would drive you crazy, trust me ! Dual axles at minimum 3,500 ea.
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    Ok so the 2032r is around 2500lbs just tractor? I'll start searching out a tandem it's really not much more $ if it'll give me peace of mind.
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    16' is the absolute minimum. I can put my 4510 on a 16' with loader and backhoe, but its super tight. I owuld go with a 7k or 10k rated model with tandem axles and brakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernGreen View Post
    Ok so the 2032r is around 2500lbs just tractor? I'll start searching out a tandem it's really not much more $ if it'll give me peace of mind.
    Are we talking Gen-1 or Gen-2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernGreen View Post
    Ok so the 2032r is around 2500lbs just tractor? I'll start searching out a tandem it's really not much more $ if it'll give me peace of mind.
    Are we talking Gen-1 or Gen-2?
    Gen2. Running FEL or 366 blade and 2060bb
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    Like others have said, tandem axle is a must and make sure it has brakes. A break away kit might also be needed in your state.
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    2018 2025r, FEL, 60" autoconnect deck, pallet forks, some other stuff.

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