If you have tons of turnaround room and flat ground, go with 28. Anything over 20ft starts to drag on stuff, and anything over 30ft drags on all the stuff, all the time.
So how do you like pulling a trailer that big with a bumper pull and how do you think the three axles vs two compares to turning radius
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I finally made the leap and got the ball rolling on having my trailer built. Just have to send them my deposit!
The only thing I haven't nailed down is if I want a dovetail or not. I'm thinking not, so I can avoid dragging the ass of the trailer. A 26" deck height with a 5' ramp should be easy enough to load with, right?
I agree with this, but I like that deckovers are narrower, and therefore the right side tires spend more time on the pavement instead of bouncing off potholes and dropping onto the shoulder. I've been back and forth in my mind about which is better for a long time and will probably never decide.I like trailers with fenders as the axles are normally wider, and the CG is lower so they tow better, but I have too much now that having a deckover will just make my life easier.
Those trucks are duallies. Best of both worlds. Wheel dropping properties of a narrow deckover, track width of a tween-da-wheels trailer. My next trailer will be an aluminum full hydraulic tilt single axle dual wheel that I have to build myself because nobody makes it.