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Pintle hitch trailer to haul JD 670A Grader

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by LOFAYTX, Jul 18, 2020.

  1. LOFAYTX

    LOFAYTX Well-Known Member

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    Does someone make a pintle hitch trailer to haul 28K lb's 27 ft JD 670A motor grader?
     
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    Bls repair Senior Member

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    What is weight of trailer
     
  3. LOFAYTX

    LOFAYTX Well-Known Member

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    I don't know what the weight of a trailer would be. Prob 8K to 10K lbs.
     
  4. colson04

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    I just saw a 25 ft deck, 5ft beaver tail, 40 ton on Facebook yesterday (Ohio). I would contact a trailer manufacturer(s) and see what they offer. I know one of the guys on here has a big tri-axle tag so options probably exist for your needs.
     
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    Bls repair Senior Member

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    How tall is the grader?
     
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    Tyler d4c Senior Member

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    Do you have a link to this I maybe interested
     
  7. mowingman

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    I would contact Interstate Trailers, in Mansfield, Tx. I bet they build exactly what you need, or if not, they can build it special for you.
     
  8. colson04

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    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/933477563833262/

    This isn't the same one I saw the other day, but similar. I didnt save the ad because I'm looking for a used 10 ton tag with a 20ft deck. It was too heavy, too big for my needs.
     
  9. suladas

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    Unless height is an issue there is tons of options. I have a BWS 25 ton triple axle tag, 28' deck 6' beavertail tilt deck.
     
  10. LOFAYTX

    LOFAYTX Well-Known Member

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    Yes I would think that I need a triple axle. The Grader is 10'-6" tall. Thanks for you feedback!
     
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