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04-26-2010, 08:16 PM #1
- Join Date
- May 2002
- Upstate N.Y.
- B2620, Toro Z-Master 45 3 (2 3hp Kaw asaki, 52" deck.Kubota RTV 900)
New Trailer Ordered-Now The Waiting!
I ordered a new trailer-an 18' Worthington aluminum 7k unit. I ordered the trailer with 6k rated stowable ramps,pressure treated deck, LED lighting and flush D-rings. I have a wait of around 4 weeks.
My current trailer is a 12' Worthington that I have had for 11 years-just too small for my B2620. I was impressed with the way that trailer held up-never replaced a light bulb, never had to replace any of the decking, etc. I looked at many different brands, steel and aluminum, ranging from $2495 to $6700 (that was impressive, an all aluminum Triton car hauler-beautiful), but found the Worthington to be at a good price point for me, still giving me an aluminum trailer but at a price that was around $1200 more than a quality steel trailer.
Now the waiting!!!
Last edited by Will_C; 04-26-2010 at 08:42 PM. Reason: typo
04-27-2010, 06:32 PM #2
- Join Date
- Jul 2009
- NE Texas
- BobCat CT230
Re: New Trailer Ordered-Now The Waiting!
Nice trailer. If I can sugest something only thing I would do is maybe upgrade the tire/wheel to a 15' if possible also the 15's you can get everywhere. Less people using 14's usally means you are getting an older date.
Sorry nevermind when I wen to site and looked around in general it showed 14's but I went to build one and and only had options for 15's
Last edited by Sabretooth; 04-27-2010 at 06:42 PM. Reason: Had retract statement looks like it comes standard with 15's
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