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    Trailer Size for 1025R TLB

    Need a quick answer. We are closing a deal today on a 1025r tbl and a frontier rc2048 rotary cutter. I'm having a custom trailer built to fit all of our needs. However I'm torn on the length. I'm getting 82"wide by 18' long 10KGVWR trailer. Will I be able to fit the TLB and rotary cutter on the at the same time or do I need to go longer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyStups View Post
    Need a quick answer. We are closing a deal today on a 1025r tbl and a frontier rc2048 rotary cutter. I'm having a custom trailer built to fit all of our needs. However I'm torn on the length. I'm getting 82"wide by 18' long 10KGVWR trailer. Will I be able to fit the TLB and rotary cutter on the at the same time or do I need to go longer?
    I regularly use a 16 foot trailer and it is fine with a 5' rotary cutter except if I have the H120 Loader hooked up then the rotary cutter hangs a lot. If you can go larger say 22 or 24 foot I would definetly do it. It will help you position your weight more efficiently and allow you to carry additional attachments ts if needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD7CAO View Post
    I regularly use a 16 foot trailer and it is fine with a 5' rotary cutter except if I have the H120 Loader hooked up then the rotary cutter hangs a lot. If you can go larger say 22 or 24 foot I would definetly do it. It will help you position your weight more efficiently and allow you to carry additional attachments ts if needed.

    Eric Gildersleeve ~ KD7CAO
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    Great thanks for the info. I will go a bit longer on the trailer. Its probably better on in the long run anyone. Thanks again!

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    I have a 7x18 trailer. I can get the 1025R, loader, backhoe, BB2048, and a RC2048 on at the same time. I have to put the Cutter on the front sideways, but all fit.
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    just joined today and reading thru the posts. heres a pic of a 1025r on a 18 ft 10k and fits nice and tows great too. 3hrs on the meter and all is good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by surveyor134 View Post
    just joined today and reading thru the posts. heres a pic of a 1025r on a 18 ft 10k and fits nice and tows great too. 3hrs on the meter and all is good.
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