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Anyone have a large open car trailer I can borrow/rent? - August 25, 2011, 09:51 AM

Just putting this out there as I know some of you have some big toys.

Long story short I found a great deal on an F350 that needs a little work (I already have all the parts to fix it from my last F350). But I need to tow it home. Looking for a trailer large enough to accommodate. Uhails trailers aren't large enough (I already checked) I'm towing with another F350 (yes...I like F350s ) So the truck can handle it. I have a brake controller as well.

I can leave a deposit if needed. I don't know a ton of you on .net. but most of the cool old school .commers can vouch for me (not sure if that helps or hinders my cause LOL)


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No one has a 20 foot car trailer? I'd really prefer not to buy one for $3000 to use once. Even if I resold it it's a headache dealing with it.


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WIsh I can help ya brah...I dont know anyone with one..But Ill vouch for ya..


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Check the weight limit on the u-haul car hauler . from first glance, it looked pretty beefy . I put an f 150 on one once
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November 2, 2011, 02:20 PM

A little late to respond. I appreciate all the responses. As well as the vouches.

I ended up just buying an open car trailer. Now I don't have to get rides when I want to take a car to the shop. Also...with the open design...I can drive my cars up and have access to the underside for oil changes and such.

PLUS... if any of you ever need a borrow/ rent a car trailer....... I can say NO. Except Dorito and Scorpion. LOL


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That is the way to go. Now you don't have to worry about something happening to someone else's trailer while you are using it.


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