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    New Big Tex

    Just picked up my new big tex 10cc -18 trailer. 10k rating with removable fenders and rear loading jacks. Also has 5ft ramps. I installed the tool box, spare tire and weight hitch. I love the brakes when towing my off road truck. My 1026 doesn't even phase it.Click image for larger version. 

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    2011 1026R 54"MMM, D120 loader w/snowbucket and bucket quick attach conversion, 5' bush hog, middlebuster, 260 backhoe
    Remember: Too tight is two pieces

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    Nice! I'm sure it was quite an investment but will certainly last a lifetime.
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    Looks good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Nice! I'm sure it was quite an investment but will certainly last a lifetime.
    $3700 with spare tire
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    2011 1026R 54"MMM, D120 loader w/snowbucket and bucket quick attach conversion, 5' bush hog, middlebuster, 260 backhoe
    Remember: Too tight is two pieces

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuelhog2000 View Post
    $3700 with spare tire
    Wow - not bad at all. I guessed a lot more than that!
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    Nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuelhog2000 View Post
    $3700 with spare tire
    That's a great price, nice off roader too! You obviously care about your equipment.. Good for you, that says a lot about a person..
    Last edited by tj1; 07-28-2015 at 11:59 AM.
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    I'm jealous...I wish I had bought that style years ago, so much easier to load/unload pallets.

    Mine:

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    Have you loaded the 1026R with the mowing deck installed? How does it do for clearance with no beavertail? And, how long are the ramps themselves?

    I'm looking specifically for an equipment trailer (NOT a car carrier) because the beavertail affords better clearance for when I have the mowing deck on.
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    nice looking trailer u got their, and I think a fair price too in todays market. I have the rail system like kennyd showed u along with the same type tool box, it's a mid-atlantic yr2002, and I gave $1600 back then for it. and now with forks I wish I didn't have them rails, their a pita to load anything on the sides. good luck with it and thanks for the pics. big jim
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