thats what i thought...only thing i dont like is the 2-7,000s....im thinkin bout gettin a quote on the 30+5 with the 2-10,000s......make me feel better when im haulin somethin heavy.....and more room for hay
my uncle has two of the smaller ones that they make and they have been pretty decent trailers. They skimped on the wiring and didn't really put grommets in the right places so the light wires rubbed the insulation off and shorted to the frame. Just keep check on them or take them off and run some hose around them and you will be fine. It didn't cost much to replace the wiring.. just took figuring out what went wrong.
Other than that they seem to pull really well. I haven't had the bigger ones but I am sure they are about made the same.
I have a Better Built Trailers gooseneck (They are in north Alabama, too). When I was looking a few years ago their trailers appeared to have better welds than Lone Wolf and looked a little more engineered than just constructed. I think they were also a little heavier, which can be good if you are going to load it to the max like I do or bad if you are going to under load it (why pull the extra weight?) Things change so I don't know if my observations still hold true. While you are shopping you might want to take a look at them though.
well i priced a 30'X102" goose with 2-10k axles and the self leveling dovetail at 7670 picked up from the factory....that was from lone wolf.....more than i want to spend now........coalfed thats the size and axles i want......let me know what u can get it for......thanks
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