Looking into lengthing my 20" or finishing the 28' in the back yard.. Need to get started on the short trailer for the Zuke as well. Too many projects, not enough time or money to finish them. All of this might change if the new job offer pans out and I don't have to have another back surgery.
quick question, hopefully not a hijack, but what is it that flags the DMV and/or highway patrol when it comes to having to upgrade a liscense regarding trailers? Is it the trailer length, or number of axles? I've been considering a triple axle lowboy non-dovetail gooseneck, maybe 34', and while I know a tandem is enough I'd like both another axle for absolute weight control as well as another set of brakes, but I'm wondering about wether or not the third axle will be the breakover point for needing to upgrade my liscense...?
IN TEXAS, ITS LOAD WEIGHT CAPACITY. BUT I WOULD THINK YOU COULD GET AWAY WITH IT CONSIDERING ITS REC. USE. HERE AT WORK WEVE BEEN BUSTED ABOUT 5 TIMES FOR OVERWEIGHT WITH NO CDL. BEING THAT THE TOTAL TOW CAP. OF THE TRUCK + THE TOTAL TOW CAP. OF THE TRAILER WAS OVER THE LIMIT.
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