Marquette – May 29, 2014 – Haul the heavy gear, or as many bales of hay as you dare to stack on there. It’s very tough, the real deal, and it’s like new!
This trailer was manufactured in the late 90’s but it’s sat most of its life. It was manufactured by Rick and Lisa MAY in Oklahoma and they used real steel with a real welder. Sometimes today’s new trailers are almost foreign made and lack the construction and toughness this model has. You will never bang or bend this trailer.
Here’s a heavy duty Gooseneck Deckover Equipment Trailer with new brakes and eight new tires. Just one trip to North Dakota on these tires and brakes. Good tread left, good lights, good marking, and a new deck.
It’s a tough 20K gvwr Gooseneck Dual Tandem, a Heavy Duty Deck Over Equipment Trailer ready for you to haul anything. There’s no dovetail so you can haul all the way to the back.
It’s a big, long, fresh flat deck with 8′ slide-in ramps with no dovetail. This is way better than a beaver tail for hauling square bales or round bales for example.
The unit measures roughly 8½’x40′ channel frame with i-beam construction. The coupler is 2 5/16″ and features a fully adjustable Gooseneck. The jack is pristine and tough with with dual 12,000lb(I think) drop leg jacks.
All lights functioned when we just went to North Dakota. Safety features are in tack with All required DOT lighting, safety chains, DOT tape, and a working break-a-way switch.
The tie downs spots are extreme with pockets and thick tough rub rails.
This trailer is ready for the road. One of the new re-reads came off on the drivers side inside rear tire. This held all the way home empty but should be replaced if hauling a large load. I can be reached at 906-361-3325 or send me a note to noordyk[at]gmail-dot-com.