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Looking for a new bumper pull deck over

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by indyts209D, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. indyts209D

    indyts209D New Member

    Feb 14, 2017
    Road Construction
    I am new to the forum and looking for some opinions! Our family owns a specialized construction company, focused on traffic control. We recently purchased a Cat 305.5e in the fall and just got a Cat 299D. We also have a couple specialized machines, as well as a 4120 JD tractor. Right now we only have one trailer heavy enough to handle the excavator, skid steer, and grinder (deck over). We may be looking for a new deck over in the near future to support using the equipment and being able to load skids and take them with us to a job site.

    We are looking for a ~25 ft bumper pull trailer, tandem dual. Electric brakes, dovetail with full ramp maybe? Majority of the time it will be pulled behind a pickup. Any suggestions would be great, thanks!
  2. f311fr1

    f311fr1 Senior Member

    May 12, 2016
    Middle TN
    Tandem dually trailers will either be pintle hook or goose neck. I pull both with a 1 ton Duramax dually. It pulls a 299D2 XHP, 304C CR, 308E2 CR, ASV RC100 ect. It does not like the 308.