Stupid trailer owners

Robert_in_NY

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Renze said:
Maybe the guy was overweighted and therefor thought he'd use a tag axle :D :D

That is one way to add an axle:)
 

tinkertoys

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Gee I never looked when I was going down the road maybe mine is on the road!!!!!!!!!!! THAT'S what that real funny squeal is. now I know to buy more grease.
 

Rara Avis

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podagrower said:
I know my trailer is too short to carry my TC40, fel, and bushhog. I like it that way. It keeps me from thinking I can make a living doing tractor work. It also keeps family and friends from thinking my tractor can be borrowed.

With that being said, I saw someone today who lacked this critical knowledge. Picture this: A Dodge Durango pulling a 16? foot tandem axle trailer with a John Deere tractor, fel, and bushhog on it. I would guess the tractor to be a size smaller than mine (35 horse?). As he was going down the road, the tailwheel form the bushhog was on the road:eek: .

I suppose buing a new tailwheel every 6 months is cheaper than buying that 20' trailer:D .

Maybe his tailights were out and he wanted people to focus on the tailwheel...:rolleyes:
 
 
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