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Dirt Freak

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posted December 23, 2003 11:55 PM  
Has anyone ever pulled 2 trailers nose to tail with one truck? I've been planning on this for about 6 months. I will be getting a trailer built with the axles closer to the rear with a receiver built right into the rear frame of the trailer.
SO WHAT DO YOU THINK? Big rigs pull 3 at a time.

Dirt Freak

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posted December 24, 2003 06:26 PM  
Ive seen people here in Minnesota pull 5th wheel campers with a boat behind that. I know for certain that is the only legal double trailer allowed by a 10,000# gvw rig. These guys are pulling some big trailers, and the total legal lenth is 80 feet, I think. And they do 70mph, and no whip.

I dont know if this helps at all.......but there ya go.

Dirt Freak

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posted December 28, 2003 08:15 AM  
to pull 2 tralers youd have to have one bad a$$ truck.check your state laws ya might have to have a cdl with doble and triple endorsment.any thing with a combine gvw of 26001 lb needs cdl

Dirt Freak

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posted December 28, 2003 11:06 PM  
My brother built a 40 footer this year to pull his sons mini stock and his modified,Pulls like a dream behind a one ton chevrolet.also would be alot simpeler to back up then two trailors.

Dirt Freak

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posted December 29, 2003 09:46 AM  
I was planing to build a single trailer. The place I store my trailer has a narrow entrance, so that would not work for me. I plan on dropping the second trailer and then pull in disconnect and then the other trailer. I know it's a pain but the space is only $30.00 bucks a month. Most places around here are $125.00 a month.

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posted December 29, 2003 08:50 PM  
double trailers are not a very good idea. my dad runs a concrete plant and drives everything there(enddumps and mixers) and has for years and he would not even try it with his experience behind my totoer home. even two small trailers behind my truck would be to hard to control the back one if you had to hit the brakes hard to avoid an accident or were forced to swerve. just asking for trouble. i would consider getting a longer trailer and differnet storage spot or look for a older cheap rollback to put one car one and tow the other. have you thought about a stacker tralier. i know big rigs tow 3 at a time but not very safely. and those guys usually have a ton of experience and also there trucks wiegh a lot more than a pick up.
my toter wieghs 24000 fully loaded and i would not do it.

Dirt Freak

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posted December 29, 2003 08:55 PM  
That Idea of a tilt truck bed and pull one trailer sound like the ticket. THANKS ZERORACING

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