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Rogers Lowboy in NC

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The photos look good, and $5,500 seems reasonable.

https://www.aths.org/advertising-with-aths/adbuilder/list

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yup. and i am not a fan of beavertail loaders either. 

way to easy to slide off loading. i will take a detaching gooseneck over one of them any day. 

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That's a "kissing cousin" to the trailer my B-673ST pulled for a lot of years with a D6 tractor on the deck. I have a photo someplace of the truck and trailer with the then high school football team riding along during the 1976 bicentennial parade.

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problem is bridge law about 66,500 is all you can scale gross`  it is a nice looking trailer though and a handfull of old rubber mud flaps will solve the slide off issue

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From a vintage truck standpoint, this would look great behind my H or another old truck. I can see what you mean about sliding off the beavertail...an RGN is a better work trailer.

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they do look purrty behind a B or other old truck. 

i actually started out with one like that. 16 foot deck single axle behind the 49 L-190 international. 

then moved "up" to a dual axle 21 foot deck behind a 64(i think) B-815.

but that was back in the mid 70's. 

by 78 we retired the beaver tail and moved up to a detachable goose neck, and i never looked back. 

i don't even like using a tilt deck tag along trailer.

 

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