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Old 09-12-2016, 06:32 PM   #41
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I've often wondered if a larger TT would have more "tail wagging the dog" than the size fifth wheel. I towed a large enclosed triple axle loaded with raw brick for brick relief sculpture from west Georgia to middle Florida, weighing about 14,000 lbs. I also towed a goose neck with a JD backhoe that, with the trailer was at least as heavy, but not nearly as far a tow. The enclosed trailer seemed way more subject to being unstable than the goose neck.
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