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    Elite Member bindian's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondpilot View Post
    Yea, congratulations on passing.

    Chris
    Thanks Guys!
    hugs, Brandi

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    Congrats on passing the test!
    Kubota L5240 with loader and backhoe

    1958 Ford 961 Powermaster LP

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    Elite Member bindian's Avatar
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    Default Re: Your towing rigs and trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by wmonroe View Post
    Congrats on passing the test!
    Thanks Wmonroe.
    hugs, Brandi

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    Quote Originally Posted by bindian View Post
    Wolfpack2,
    It was all spot on. I am happy with the balance.

    I passed my CDL driving test today. I asked the examiner (a short, petite lady) if I could get my truck's registration weight changed. Registration says GVW is 8900 pounds. The data plate on the door says 11,500 pounds for GVW.

    11,500 pounds would be better for me. GVW for the truck with the trailer, tractor and disc was 9460 lbs. As it stands now, I could get a ticket for the truck being 560 pounds overweight!
    The Cat scales says the truck alone weighs 7300 pounds. One ton rating would be 9300 pounds. That would still put me 160 pounds overweight. So I want to make registration weight match the door data plate weight.
    hugs, Brandi
    Congrats On passing your test!!!! I keep mine current because I can!! Don't really want to get back into the driving field!!

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    Elite Member bindian's Avatar
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    Default Re: Your towing rigs and trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by B7510HSD View Post
    Congrats On passing your test!!!! I keep mine current because I can!! Don't really want to get back into the driving field!!
    Thanks B7510HSD!
    hugs, Brandi

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    Default Re: Your towing rigs and trailers

    This is my truck, still looking for a trailer. Want a 18' 14k gvwr open deck for towing equipment, vehicles, etc.

    '97 Ford F250 with all the standard mods -D60 w True Trac, intercooler, e-fuel, BTS automatic transmission and a few other goodies.

    '13 JD 1025r TLB
    60D MMM w/ electric over hydraulic independent lift
    Custom Seat Springs (no more bottoming out)
    Single Point Quick Disconnect
    180* Thermostat
    Artillian Forks (42")
    Ken's Bolt On Hooks
    Omni Transformer

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsRumors View Post
    This is my truck, still looking for a trailer. Want a 18' 14k gvwr open deck for towing equipment, vehicles, etc.

    '97 Ford F250 with all the standard mods -D60 w True Trac, intercooler, e-fuel, BTS automatic transmission and a few other goodies.
    That's a nice old truck. She's a keeper.

    Chris

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    Default Re: Your towing rigs and trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondpilot View Post
    That's a nice old truck. She's a keeper.

    Chris
    Thanks! My Dad bought it new in Feb of '98 and drove it to 107k miles in 2010 when I bought it from him. I wish he had opted for the crew cab but he didn't want such a long truck.
    '13 JD 1025r TLB
    60D MMM w/ electric over hydraulic independent lift
    Custom Seat Springs (no more bottoming out)
    Single Point Quick Disconnect
    180* Thermostat
    Artillian Forks (42")
    Ken's Bolt On Hooks
    Omni Transformer

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsRumors View Post
    This is my truck, still looking for a trailer. Want a 18' 14k gvwr open deck for towing equipment, vehicles, etc.
    Check this thread for good info. stand up or slide in ramps

    I found the perfect trailer for me, 14K, 18' steel deck, 4' pop-up dove tail, with a receiver hitch. A 5' dove tail is too close to the ground for the terraces in the hay field.

    For hauling square hay bales, ramps make a back stop. I run a strap from the top end of the ramp, over the hay, to the front of the trailer,
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    For 8, 5x6 round bales, leave the deck down and ramps hold the last two in place.
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    For equipment, ramps slide in to match tread width, and support the rear of the trailer when driving on.
    -p9062369-jpg -pc190002-jpg

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    Hauled this mini hoe today to do a perc and probe test at our new property.

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