Copperhead wrote:jasonf wrote:I can't believe how hard it is to buy a trailer. I have called at least 8 places and it is like pulling teeth to get any info. People don't know what they have, what they have on order, when it will be there, what size axles the trailer has that they have in stock.
I've had several open trailers,.....and my current one,...is by far the best one I've ever owned. http://www.kaufmantrailers.com/car-trailers/diamond-floor-car-trailer/standard-10000-gvwr-car-trailer-diamond-floor/
Perfectly balanced and tows like a dream.
It's not a Tilt type like you're looking for,.... BUT,.......They do offer those as well.
You should definitely check them out.
Keith, Those are nice trailers. Had I known of them I would've looked more into a Kaufman
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airford1 wrote:I have a Featherlike 17'6" open trailer and it weights 1400lbs. When I had the Ranchero which weighted 4000lbs is was easy to tow with my Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi. Best open trailer Ive ever had
I have the same trailer. Bought mine back in 2005 and it gets used a lot, especially by family members. We just towed my nephews GMC Extended Cab last week down to a chassis dyno shop in Moultrie, GA so he could give the computer setup for a supercharger he put on it.
Doug that featherlike can start to get dull and if take it to the Big Rig truck stop they have a acid wash that will bring it back to new look. Great trailer.
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