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Old 07-29-2002, 09:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Nor Cal trailer sales....where to buy?

Where did you buy your trailer? How big is it? And most importantly, how much did you pay? I am in the market for a new trailer, but I need one that is wide. My junk is 88 inches in front, and I dont wanna deal with hanging over the trailer edges Any advice is appreciated
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Old 07-29-2002, 11:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Nor Cal trailer sales....where to buy?

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Where did you buy your trailer? How big is it? And most importantly, how much did you pay? I am in the market for a new trailer, but I need one that is wide. My junk is 88 inches in front, and I dont wanna deal with hanging over the trailer edges Any advice is appreciated
By a double axle flat bed trailer!!!

My room mate bought a trailer from a place in galt...California Custom Trailers....bought a double axle to haul his heep, 84" wide deck 18'.....like 2g's

but get a used flatbed trailer 8x18...I picked one up for a two hundred bucks for a single axle......made a new tounge put some new rims and tires on it.....Tows my zuk like a dream!
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83" is as wide as you'll get with a lower deck/fenders, and thats considered custom. 77" is standard. I bought my 83" from a Aztec dealer up in Woodland off hwy 99. I paid $1550 out the door.

Basicly your stuck paying for a custom super wide flat bed now since you saved money by not cutting your axles down to begin with! Sucka!

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83" is as wide as you'll get with a lower deck/fenders, and thats considered custom. 77" is standard. I bought my 83" from a Aztec dealer up in Woodland off hwy 99. I paid $1550 out the door.

Basicly your stuck paying for a custom super wide flat bed now since you saved money by not cutting your axles down to begin with! Sucka!

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jeff is right, also check out zamora in zamora by zamora, lol, they have the same as aztec. your wide junk will fit on an 83 wide jsut gotta beef up the fenders. my trailer rocks, but then again ITS MINE! jiMMy
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Yeah Zamora! Thats where I got mine! I bought mine from him a couple years ago and since he gave me such a great deal I promissed him I'd send him buisiness. Since then I know of atleast 5 or 6 people from the PBB who've bought from him.

If you have a peice of 2" .120 tubing bent the fit around the fenders, then weld it to the frame, you can just drive right on up without wrecking the fenda's!

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Just measured my shit again....I dunno where I got it....but I am at 83. Actually.....JUST under 83 I will check into Zamora...thanks guys. $1500 is right in my ballpark
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80-83" between the fenders is standard, not custom.
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I've got a lower decked 96"x16' 12,000lb flat bed. Granted I had to custom build the fenders so I could drive over them. (each fender should be able to hold 2,000lbs on them)

Trailer - Traded for a rusted out Fiat
2-6,000lb Trailer axles (w/ brakes), Suspension, 8 lug wheels, 10 ply tires - $800
Steel - Approx. $100
Hitch, battery, e-brake - $90

Now.. I'm thinking of building a 15,000lb 30' gooseneck. I need to look up prices to see if its worth it, but I think I can do it for 3-3500.
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I've got a lower decked 96"x16' 12,000lb flat bed. Granted I had to custom build the fenders so I could drive over them. (each fender should be able to hold 2,000lbs on them)

Trailer - Traded for a rusted out Fiat
2-6,000lb Trailer axles (w/ brakes), Suspension, 8 lug wheels, 10 ply tires - $800
Steel - Approx. $100
Hitch, battery, e-brake - $90

Wanna sell me that one for financing the building of the new?
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Wanna sell me that one for financing the building of the new?
If you still want it down the road. Its not going to win a beauty contest, but its plenty strong. (Has 5 2x6x.125 I beams running lengthwise) I need to get a new tow rig first.
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Lemme know when you are ready....depends on my finances now and then...I am trying to buy a house
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Put me next in line when you decide to sell. As i will be in Eugene ,Oregon in 3 weeks. Thanks Jeff jsena@sosinet.net
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