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I only had to go a mile, but by the feel it was no more than 4,000 pounds at most, and the Ranger is rated for 5,700 pound trailer. the nose of the trailer was a little heavy, but for that short a tip it was not a problem. I guaranty, I would not take off on a longer highway trip with a setup like that. at least not without electric brakes on the trailer.JackF wrote:At first I thought that was a photoshop,.......!
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I don't see nothing wrong with those loads.John *.?-!.* cub owner wrote:Sumthin just ain't right about these loads.
Or with those tires that are the same ones that were on that trailer 35 years ago and were iffy then. But you do have a spare and it's not difficult to remove at all . (When we were unhooking I was looking at the spare on the tounge and the thought hit me "Just how is this attached, I don't see any bolts or anything" Turns out GRAVITY it was just laying there.John *.?-!.* cub owner wrote:...... I guaranty, I would not take off on a longer highway trip with a setup like that. at least not without electric brakes on the trailer.
You know for a guy that carries around a tape measure....................That's a 13' x 7' bed...........Since you didn't measure it I guess that's why you need to carry the tape.John *.?-!.* cub owner wrote: Most of that lumber is 12 to 16 feet long seasoned oak.
Naw, didn't get a motor with it, and besides mostly big round bales around now. You'd need something the size of a cub power unit to get one of those to go up. Or with a power unit if we found some small squares we could take the elevator to the field and launch them at the barnRabbit Holler Flash wrote:..... Scrivet you aint plannin on tryin to feed bales up it n bury me like ol times ????
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Truthfully I hadn't thought much about it until Barb mentioned it. You can thank your cousin for that idea.Scrivet wrote:........ PRICELESS(to John because he's NEVER going to let me forget it!)