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So if you had an F 350 Dually and you needed to tow 2 TJ's with it what would you use.
Gooseneck?
Two car trailer?
I would think the Gooseneck would be the better deal but much heavier and of course more expensive.
So anyone tow 2 rigs at one time out there?
 

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You would be better off with a fifth wheel but if you want to go with a trailer then upgrade your current class III receiver with a Titan class V. Super beefy and fairly inexpensive. Good luck.
 

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Here is my truck and trailer



I have a f-250 powerstroke 5 speed

the trailer is a custom 35' gooseneck, I think I can put three jeep on it. I towed to bigdogs this past weekend (maiden voyage) with no problems. If you get a similar trailer you should have no problems with the Dually.
I picked up the trailer thursday morning and left thursday afternoon, no time to truly set up the trailer.

good luck

Craig
 

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when i lived in nv i towed 2 rigs on a gooseneck a few times and wouldnt have it any other way. they arent that expensive either.
 

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D-Heep if you head up the 14 towards Palmdale/Lancaster that's where most of the trailer sales places are. Or pick yourself up a copy of Truck Trader there are always ads in there.
 

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Originally posted by D-Heep:
<STRONG>OK, Where to get a Gooseneck, and about how much $$$ should I be expecting to pay?</STRONG>
just got a Logan, 14K, flatbed, gooseneck trailer at work for $5600. 20 ft on the deck. Drop down beaver tail. Two axle with electric brakes on all four corners.

the 20K Diamond C gooseneck with duals that we usually carry runs about 8 grand.
 
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