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Old 05-10-2011, 10:11 PM   #1
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Trailer man has single axles new for that
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Trailer man has single axles new for that
kind of a big difference between single and dual axles though....

regardless it is a little expensive. looks like a 12x6 from the pics. i have a 14x7 enclosed with dual axles that i'd sell for that much.
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I know. That's why I specified single. There is really no reason for dual. They are running 2400.00
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I bought a single axle enclosed from the trailer man. Height custom-lowered with vent so it'd fit in my garage. Added fold down ramp door instead of swingouts. All for 1,650. Found 'em on craigslist awhile ago and did negotiate alittle. Unless you're hauling a bunch of tools and multiple bikes, I really don't see a need for dual.

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Sure. Not much that is custom other than what I mentioned. scuse the mess. I need a bigger garage.

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I might've caught them on the right day or something. It was more like...I saw an ad for 1600 or 1700 on craigslist some time ago. I called and asked if they could make them lower to fit and if they could put a ramp door instead of the advertised swingout. They said yeah, but it'll be alittle more. I said I'd give 'em 1600 with that stuff done. They said 1650 and I agreed. I picked up my trailer a week later. They likely made more money off me for the non-enclosed one.
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I've never pulled so I wouldn't know.

I hear dual axles are easier in reverse though. The ol lady can back up a trailer faster than I can. A 14x6 would never fit in my garage.
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For a inclosed trailer I'd go with dual axle for sure. I pull a 10x6 all over the place for work and it's single axle. Pulls like . I borrowed a friends 14x6 dual axle and loved it. Both were loaded the same and both pulled with the wrangler.
The dual made a difference due to the towing capacity of the Jeep and the Jeeps short wheel base.
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