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    Default PJ trailer pricing??

    I'm about to order a trailer and have looked at the PJ trailers the one I'm looking at is the HD deckover Tilt (T9) has anyone else priced one of these? Here is a link to the one I'm looking at. http://www.pjtrailers.com/brochures/T9.pdf They said the trailer was $9,500.00 retail and would sale for $8,600.00. Does this sound like a fair deal?

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    Also if anyone else has suggestions on other brands I'm open to looking around.

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    Default Re: PJ trailer pricing??

    Are you working with a local dealer or factory direct?

    I've looked over a lot of the PJ's at two different dealers. Overall they look like a pretty decent trailer, good value for the price. I did see a few where I wasn't very impressed, but maybe the new guy in the shop welded those ones up. I plan on buying a 20 foot 14K lowboy soon.

    One thing I did notice was that some of the 14K dumper trailers used 7K equalizers for some reason, not that you are buying a dumper but it was an observation nonetheless.

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    Thanks for the reply they had a tilt bumper pull on the lot but I want a gooseneck so i can tow more. I thought this trailer would work good for my needs to haul my 69 mach 1 if needed or haul my L4400 or my tracked skid steer. Do you think the price of $8,600.00 is a fair price?

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    I'm working with a dealer don't know if you can buy direct from pj trailers.

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    Default Re: PJ trailer pricing??

    Quote Originally Posted by Fordman1981 View Post
    I'm about to order a trailer and have looked at the PJ trailers the one I'm looking at is the HD deckover Tilt (T9) has anyone else priced one of these? Here is a link to the one I'm looking at. http://www.pjtrailers.com/brochures/T9.pdf They said the trailer was $9,500.00 retail and would sale for $8,600.00. Does this sound like a fair deal?
    I typically use this site as a price guide. Never been there, but they have been in biz for a while. They have tilt deckovers starting at $6,600 and up. If you're looking for a goose neck, that $8,600 is about right.
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    Default Re: PJ trailer pricing??

    Hard to say on the price. I didn't see any on ebay or equipment trader that are gooseneck deckover tilts. Personally I don't care much for the tilt's, I like the simplicity of the regular trailer (not to mention the cheaper cost)

    Here is a lowboy gooseneck tilt, they are asking $6600.

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    Yeah I like a standard trailer for most things too. The reason I'm going with a deck over tilt is mostly for ease of loading the mach 1. I'm trying to get 1 trailer for many uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fordman1981
    Yeah I like a standard trailer for most things too. The reason I'm going with a deck over tilt is mostly for ease of loading the mach 1. I'm trying to get 1 trailer for many uses.
    That is going to be one steep deck angle. If the tires are wet or even damp forget about it.

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    They claim a 17 degree deck angle on all lengths. 17 degrees don't seem too bad but I may be wrong.

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