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Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
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Yep, it's what you can carry on the trailer not what you are carrying that requires a class A. There are some exceptions for personal use, RV endorsement in CA for trailers 10001-15000lbs, non commercial class A, etc. all states seem to be a bit different. I run a triple axle gooseneck and if I am loaded heavy it can require a few extra trys to get it turned but it's vary stable even with a SRW truck and a crosswind.
I'm glad to hear that, I have a OBS F250 and pull a 38ft triple axle enclosed that I will be pulling 2 cars in and was a little worried about stability.
1997 F-250 HD XLT CCSB 4x4, 7.3L PSD, ZF5, Dana 60
08+ diff cover, 33x12.50R20's on Moto Metal 962's
3" DP to 5" straight pipe, pyro & boost guage, HPx Line,
Edge Evo, CX Racing intercooler, 6.0L fan, 1.0 Housing,
SD pump, bowl delete E fuel, 4.10, EBPV delete and ped
LEDs and HIDs, Ranger shift knob, RiffRaff Billet wheel
Black, Tan interior.
38' Gooseneck Enclosed Car Hauler.