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    My trailer came in for my 1025R

    As always i would like to thank the members of GTT. I have been in the market for a trailer since early spring, Naturally I searched GTT. After some reading I soon realized the debate over utility trailer vs car hauler, The pros and con's at a dead heat, I decided to try and order a trailer that had most of the combined benefits for our use with sub compact tractors.

    As I searched for a new trailer, I always wanted to see pictures, so I am going to post a $hit load of Pics!
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    2016 2032R - Turf Tires - 62" MMM Auto Connect - H130 FEL 53" Bucket - Piranha Tooth Bar - Ken's Hook's - Artillian Forks 24'' 42'' - IMatch - Ballast box - 54" 3 pt Snowblower - JD 45 Gallon 3 pt sprayer - CMP Attachments 3 pt Dethatcher - - JD Core Aerator - Trac-Vac 880 - 2060 Box Blade

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicksteck View Post
    As always i would like to thank the members of GTT. I have been in the market for a trailer since early spring, Naturally I searched GTT. After some reading I soon realized the debate over utility trailer vs car hauler, The pros and con's at a dead heat, I decided to try and order a trailer that had most of the combined benefits for our use with sub compact tractors.

    As I searched for a new trailer, I always wanted to see pictures, so I am going to post a $hit load of Pics!
    2 pictures aint a $hit load... wheres the rest?

    Nice trailer!! Longer tounge is a plus, like the side step platform in front of the fenders... Looks like a 5' gate? I have 3 trailers and one has springs on the gate, they are great, but if you want to remove the gate they are a PITA..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEWT View Post
    2 pictures aint a $hit load... wheres the rest?

    Nice trailer!! Longer tounge is a plus, like the side step platform in front of the fenders... Looks like a 5' gate? I have 3 trailers and one has springs on the gate, they are great, but if you want to remove the gate they are a PITA..
    I agree, I was looking at it and thinking this would be a pain to take off.
    2016 2032R - Turf Tires - 62" MMM Auto Connect - H130 FEL 53" Bucket - Piranha Tooth Bar - Ken's Hook's - Artillian Forks 24'' 42'' - IMatch - Ballast box - 54" 3 pt Snowblower - JD 45 Gallon 3 pt sprayer - CMP Attachments 3 pt Dethatcher - - JD Core Aerator - Trac-Vac 880 - 2060 Box Blade

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    The thing that sold me was the ramps, I really liked the 5' ramps with the knees.
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    That's a nice trailer.
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    I like it! And the knees, haven't seen this before. That is the best feature.
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    That's a gorgeous trailer. Well done!
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    Nice looking trailer,,just wondering can the ramps fold down to the floor of the trailer when towing a empty trailer? I wish mine would , sure it would help with gas mileage.
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    Nice trailer nicksteck.
    It's all about the dovetail.
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    The knees on the gate are fantastic. I had an 18' tandem axle landscape trailer with a single gate that had a knee that ran the entire width (also spring loaded). A lot of places that I mowed it was impossible to find a level place to unload and that knee would keep the truck planted properly when going off and on the gate.

    I guess since my gate was spring loaded it wouldn't lay flat - I could really feel the drag when running empty.

    The one thing I noticed about your new trailer are the axles seem mounted so far to the rear - seems like that would put give a lot of extra hitch weight depending on what/how you were loading.
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