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Gotmud 02-15-2011 07:59 AM

2004 Haulmark 4 place enclosed trailer FS
 
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I just bought this trailer a few months ago and I'd like a smaller trailer. Ideally I'd like to trade for a 2-3 place inline enclosed trailer, also willing to sell outright. Any Slednutz member that is interested needs to shoot me a pm and I'll give you a Slednutz price. Price as-is $5000 or best offer, I'd prefer to trade for smaller enclosed though.

8.5' wide 25' long with 5' V-nose. 2 fuel doors and 1 side door. Front and rear ramp doors for drive on/off loading. 3500# axles with electric brakes with finished interior.

Ibreakstuff 02-15-2011 08:39 AM

I want it.

rock2324 02-15-2011 09:02 AM

If I had a Peterbuilt that would be mine.

Gotmud 11-30-2011 11:02 AM

It's that time again, back up for sale. I'd really prefer trade for a 2-3 place inline trailer, but cash is king.:thumbss:

Price is flexible and I'd give a hell of a deal to any Slednutz member that is interested.

Dirty_Harry 11-30-2011 12:57 PM

I thought you were going to store stormy in that for me?

Gotmud 11-30-2011 01:05 PM

I will if I still have it, I have room indoors to store Stormy(Since it wont get any use this year:poosy:). I want to go buy a smaller one but mamma wants this gone before another shows up lol.:pointlaugh:

cuzzinolaf 11-30-2011 02:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Gotmud (Post 116200)
Price is flexible and I'd give a hell of a deal to any Slednutz member that is interested.

I'll give you $2k.

Powersledder 11-30-2011 10:05 PM

I'll give you $1500.

1500 is more than 2



:olaf"

Gotmud 12-03-2011 12:26 PM

Ok I found my new trailer, now I need to sell this. $4000 OBO

The Gerbil 12-03-2011 12:31 PM

I'll give you 4k if you include the Assault in the deal.

Gotmud 12-03-2011 12:55 PM

Tempting Gerbs, but I'm not done with the Assault yet lol.

fgsacts 12-03-2011 01:10 PM

Mud, do you have the ability to seal coat the underneath of a trailer? Not the skill, but the shop set up? I really don't feel like crawling underneath on my back for hours to get the job done.

rock2324 12-03-2011 01:24 PM

How heavy is that trailer?

Would it be to heavy for an F150?

I checked and it is rated at 7600lbs.

Gotmud 12-03-2011 03:21 PM

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Originally Posted by fgsacts (Post 116295)
Mud, do you have the ability to seal coat the underneath of a trailer? Not the skill, but the shop set up? I really don't feel like crawling underneath on my back for hours to get the job done.

I've undercoated trailers if that's what you mean? I use a rubberized 3m undercoating.

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Originally Posted by rock2324 (Post 116297)
How heavy is that trailer?

Would it be to heavy for an F150?

I checked and it is rated at 7600lbs.

I believe the trailer itself weighs 3600-3700 lbs. Add even 3 sleds and gear to the mix and your F150 will struggle Rock. Hell I lost my tranny last winter pulling 4 sleds/guys/gear to the Snowies and it's a 7.3L Powerstroke diesel.

rock2324 12-03-2011 03:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Gotmud (Post 116302)
I've undercoated trailers if that's what you mean? I use a rubberized 3m undercoating.



I believe the trailer itself weighs 3600-3700 lbs. Add even 3 sleds and gear to the mix and your F150 will struggle Rock. Hell I lost my tranny last winter pulling 4 sleds/guys/gear to the Snowies and it's a 7.3L Powerstroke diesel.

I know.....the 5.4 will throw a fit with that thing in tow.:pointlaugh:

Dirty_Harry 12-03-2011 04:00 PM

On flat land he should be fine. Your stuff always blows up anyway.

Powersledder 12-03-2011 09:59 PM

If my wimpy lil 239 CI V6 can pull two wheelers down the highway a 5.4 liter V8 pumping out almost twice the HP shouldn't have a problem. If you're worried just get an external tranny cooler.


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Originally Posted by Dirty_Harry (Post 116310)
On flat land he should be fine. Your stuff always blows up anyway.

And you're probably not wrong there:stirpot:

Gotmud 12-04-2011 10:23 AM

Harry's jealous ass has always wished for my shit to blow up. As he gets older and more mature he'll realize how smart he was about it. It'll turn around on him.:stirpot:

Gotmud 12-04-2011 10:25 AM

I got an email asking if it has brakes, didn't realize I didn't put that in description lol. Both axles have 12"x2" brakes and tires are only 2 years old.

Rubi 12-04-2011 12:16 PM

I watched a video last night where an Ecoboost half ton pulled an 11,300 Lb.trailer around a Nascar track for 24 hours. They ran it full throttle the whole way and averaged 83 MPH for 24 hours. A 5.4 should be able to pull a little 3,600 lb. trailer.... unless you fill it full of Yammis!

flatlander_summit 12-05-2011 06:10 PM

Rock,

I've pulled a 27 ft. United with a 5.4, the pickup I had before the Avalanche, full of my furniture. It wasn't a speedy trip.

One big thing with these high trailers one must remember it isn't the weight that you're pulling, once that is rolling that will continue rolling until you factor in the wind resistance of a high trailer, that is where you need the ponies.

Last year when I had the all aluminum 1500 lb. trailer that was a workout for the Avalanche because of the height.

cuzzinolaf 12-05-2011 06:22 PM

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Originally Posted by flatlander_summit (Post 116380)
Rock,

I've pulled a 27 ft. United with a 5.4, the pickup I had before the Avalanche, full of my furniture. It wasn't a speedy trip.

One big thing with these high trailers one must remember it isn't the weight that you're pulling, once that is rolling that will continue rolling until you factor in the wind resistance of a high trailer, that is where you need the ponies.

Last year when I had the all aluminum 1500 lb. trailer that was a workout for the Avalanche because of the height.

Exactly. The over the axle trailers are good but they are like towing a brick. Mine is the shape of a clam shell so I think it is worse than Rich's vnose... but it all wind resistance. Once you get to elevation it is a whole new ball game because the little V-8s just scream trying to get up hills that aren't really an issue here. I remember in Wyoming a few years ago in Jay's truck and going over the pass at 5000 RPMs just trying to make it with my enclosed and one in the bed.

Rubi 12-05-2011 07:50 PM

I hear ya about the wind resistance. I got a two place that has ramps on the front, and my pickup barely pulls that. Takes 10 hours to get across that windy wasteland known as North Dakota.

fgsacts 12-05-2011 08:31 PM

So far I am pretty happy with the Ecoboost. Have not pulled my trailer loaded yet though. I am not anticipating a problem based on the research I did before buying it. 365 HP and 420 foot pounds of torque. Rated for 11,000 lbs towing capacity.

rock2324 12-05-2011 08:44 PM

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Originally Posted by fgsacts (Post 116390)
So far I am pretty happy with the Ecoboost. Have not pulled my trailer loaded yet though. I am not anticipating a problem based on the research I did before buying it. 365 HP and 420 foot pounds of torque. Rated for 11,000 lbs towing capacity.

I want that F150 w/ eco-boost so fucking bad!

Ford really put up a bad ass truck.:woohoo:

I have been trying to talk the wife into letting me buy one.

I told her she can have the 2002 F150 but she hates getting into it and parking it.


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