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  1. #1
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    Default Kaufman Trailers of North Carolina

    I'm in the market for a new trailer to move my tractor (Kioti CK 30).

    Does anyone own/use a Kaufman trailer? And could I please get a review if you do.

    Thanks in advance.

    marc

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    Default Re: Kaufman Trailers of North Carolina

    I have many friends with Kaufman trailers. They are basically local to me. They are well built trailers -- I would not hesitate to buy one. I had a "no-name" trailer custom made for me by a welding company in Rock Hill SC and in many ways I wish I had just purchased a Kaufman trailer. Kaufman has built 10's of thousands of trailers and knows exactly what works and does not.

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    Default Re: Kaufman Trailers of North Carolina

    Another Kaufman here. Only real problem I've had is a few of the self-tapping fasteners popping off in the deck boards - easily fixed. There may be better built trailers, but I think Kaufman offers a good value and it can be customized to suit most people.
    "God makes appointments with us in our disappointments. To see the pattern we must take three steps involving the heart, the mind, and the cross." - Ravi Zacharias

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    Default Re: Kaufman Trailers of North Carolina

    Good middle of the road trailer. I don not think you can go wrong.

    Chris

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    Default Re: Kaufman Trailers of North Carolina

    I bought one of their 30ft gn for hauling less-than-loads a few yrs ago. It was a single wheel dual axle and it hauled everything I put on it. Behind my F-350 that I had at the time, I could hardly tell it was back there. I ended up putting on about 15,000 miles on it and sold it for about $200 less than what I paid for it. I thought that was a pretty good deal.

    When I was I looking for a 16ft landscape trailer a yr ago, I would have bought another trailer from them but they weren't open on the Saturday I needed the trailer and I couldn't get down to their place during the week. So I ended up getting a carry-on trailer. I wish I would have went with the Kaufman as I'm having to beef up my tailgate/ramp as the carry-on trailer I have doesn't have the extra support that the kaufman has. So until I add the extra support, when I load my SC2400, I have to remember to line up the wheels on the angle iron as the first time I loaded my tractor it caved in the mesh on the tailgate/ramp.
    Woods PHD35, Very Old 60" BB, Harbor Freight QH, BX42s Chipper, County Line Carry-All, County Line (Tarter Gate) 48" Tiller, Homemade 60" Dethatcher

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    Default Re: Kaufman Trailers of North Carolina

    I've got a 14,000 25ft Kaufman gooseneck which I haul everything from my Kioti DK40se to some of our pulling tractors, ford 9000 and it has been great. Good value for the price. the paint finish is not that of the upper name manufactures, but they are built just a rugged if not more so

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    Default Re: Kaufman Trailers of North Carolina

    Have had my 22.5k 28ft. GN for a few months now with no complaints.

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