Big Tex also makes a trailer like the Ullman. BTW You should be able to do much better buying someplace else. The deals offered there are usually beatable by thousands. The owner Sue doesn't give anything away!! Oh and can be a real pain to deal with (her and Mary), I had a real bad experience with them that ended with the IL Secretary of State police getting involved.And I'm sure the Ullman is lighter than the other trailers of its type. The man I talked to, James, said the crossbars eliminate flex, but the trailer needs a hitch that will allow the neck to move from side to side as well as front to back for stability.
I've priced a Take3 through Morris Trailer Illinois Wedge Gooseneck Stacker Race Car Multi Car Hauler Living Quarters Dump and it's over $2000 cheaper than the Ullman, plus the finance down payment is much lower as well, so that may be the way I'll go. And Take3 is much closer to me than Ullman so the round trip is only about 5 hours vs an overnight trip to Ullman in Kansas.
I've hauled cars before but not 3 or 4 at a time. As to 4 cars being too much, the Kaufman site has a 3500 pulling their loaded mini5 in a video. Personally I think that's a job for an F650.Are you just getting into this or are you already a car hauler?
My opinion is no matter how you put it 4 cars is too much for a 3500.
Now Kaufman is an inexpensive alternative like Applachian. My self if I were to go away from rv's I would look at take 3's step deck. You can still get 53ft, and it also leaves you open to freight, trailers, and higher vehicles.
Mine did!!!!!!:lol3: actually a tad bit more. but thats why my b&w gooseneck got destroyed. lolRead the specs on the mini 5 (pin weight), there is no way a 3500 can support 9k.