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Choice of three car haulers

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by mbavers, Apr 14, 2019.

  1. mbavers

    mbavers Well-Known Member

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    I thought about an 18, but I'll be doing very little car hauling-mostly lumber, rebar, small vehicles and tools-and weight and maneuverability are big factors. My next trailer may be an 18 or 20 ft tilt bed. Someday.
     
  2. Luis Lopez

    Luis Lopez New Member

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    How are those shipping experiences going? Is there anything that you will change?
     
  3. mbavers

    mbavers Well-Known Member

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    I finally bought a 16 ft 7,000 lb car hauler made by Diamond C. I like it and have so far been using it to haul lumber. One small thing I don't like is that it only has 3 stake pockets on each side; I would prefer at least 4. When I strap down lumber the only easy place to attach the strapping is the stake pocket. I bought it from a local dealer for a total price of $3800.
     
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