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2009 Z-Trail (made locally here in Louisiana) 8.5'x25' 7000# axles

still need to put my 2.5"lift on from readylift!:icon_ford:
 

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Trailer is nice. Is that your skid steer?
 

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Nice flat bed, and bonus.....It looks like you actually know how to load one right....unlike so many I see rolling down the highway :doh:
 

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i pulled the trailer all weekend. put about 200miles on it! i love this thng
 

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Gotta luv them goosenecks. Once u go to them u cant go back!
 

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KrazyKajun are you on lawnsite? do you do landscaping?
 

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Sweet set up!!
 

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I bought a GN flatbed about 3 yrs ago, always had bumper flats a a GN stock trailer, and man I wouldnt give up my GN for the world
 

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I have an f250 with a 6 inch lift and 35s, do you think id have a problem towing a gooseneck?
 

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oh i know it has plenty of power b/c i have towed trucks on "bumper pull" trailers but i want a gooseneck and dont want my lift to create a problem. is 6-inches lifted too high for gooseneck?
 

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6 inches might be a little high, but I'm sure you could have the hitch shortened up to work with your lift!
 
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