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Picked up a new Sure-Trac trailer today, 6' x 10' tube top. Nice little trailer.
Spring assist, fold in flat tailgate.
Set back jack stand.
15" Radial tires with spare.

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That's a dandy! Single axle? with or without brakes?
 

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Sure-Trac really makes a nice trailer. Congrats Keith. :thumbup1gif:

That sucker should shield your gravel for quite a few years. :good2:
 

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Sure-Trac really makes a nice trailer. Congrats Keith. :thumbup1gif:

That sucker should shield your gravel for quite a few years. :good2:
Actually I needed the trailer to move our Z915B to my mother's house and also her rental house to mow.
Some day the courts will get it all figured out and I'll be able to sell both places but until then, I'm stuck.
I got the trailer big enough to be able to haul the Gator when needed.
 

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Good call Keith. Sure-Trac makes a good trailer and I’m sure you’ll be all set with it.

I sure wish y’all weren’t dealing with the crap you are. It’s BS. Period.
 

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Nice trailer Giz and the *White Shaker* looking pretty good too. :good2: :lol:
 

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Nice trailer. How did you get it home?:mocking:
 

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My suggestion would be to extend the blacktop so you can leave the trailer hooked to the truck next to the garage. Side by side ain't cuttin' it.

Nice trailer, by the way.
 

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Nice trailer. How did you get it home?:mocking:
There aren't any tire scuffs or tracks in front of the trailer. My guess is he had it delivered and then manhandled it into the parking spot.
 

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My suggestion would be to extend the blacktop so you can leave the trailer hooked to the truck next to the garage. Side by side ain't cuttin' it.

Nice trailer, by the way.
I didn’t know he had a blacktop machine that Mel operates?
 

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Keith nice looking trailer.

and agree it's a shame they can't the paper work straightened out for you.
 

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I like that trailer. The 6’ width is definitely the way to go. I loaned my tiller to the guy I work with and he picked it up on a 5’ trailer the other day. With the offset of the tiller, it was a tight fit backing the 1026R and tiller up onto the trailer.
 

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Sometimes I hate this place :lol:, that is darn nice. I'm gonna check that out. Thanks. :thumbup1gif:
For me, the jack set back is a big time truck tailgate saver for sure.


Nice trailer Giz and the *White Shaker* looking pretty good too. :good2: :lol:
That was funny. :lol:


Nice trailer. How did you get it home?:mocking:
Screw you. :lol: Someone at the trailer place hooked it to the back of the White Shaker (truck) when I wasn't looking and I just drove home. :thumbup1gif:


My suggestion would be to extend the blacktop so you can leave the trailer hooked to the truck next to the garage. Side by side ain't cuttin' it.
Nice trailer, by the way.
My suggestion, keep your suggestions to yourself. :lol:

There aren't any tire scuffs or tracks in front of the trailer. My guess is he had it delivered and then manhandled it into the parking spot.
I picked it up but I did manhandle it into position. :hide:
 

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I didn’t know he had a blacktop machine that Mel operates?
Or, Mel could build a form and dump a layer of gravel in and then pour a concrete pad.

Gizmo: Doesn't your F150 have the automatic trailer backer upper on it, or did you cheap out on that option?:laugh:
 

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I picked it up but I did manhandle it into position. :hide:
There's no shame in that. It's often easier to move a short wheelbase trailer by hand than to spend the time jockeying it around. Isn't that why there's a wheel on the tongue jack?
 
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