2 5/16" Adjustable Bulldog Coupler Safety Chains 1 - Drop Leg Jack (8,000 lb.) 2 - Dexter E- Z lube Brake Axle (5,200 lb.) 6 Leaf Slipper Spring Suspension 4 -15" White Spoke Wheels 4 Provider 225/75R15 Radial Tires Stake Pockets Electric Breakaway Kit w/ Charger 9"...
A common question that we get at our dealership is, "What trailer do I need to haul a Bobcat?" The Bobcat T650 track loader weighs in at 9,113 lbs. and measures 72.9" wide by 108.4" long. Please note that this weight does not include any additional attachments such as a box blade or bucket. It is always a good idea to consider the length, width, and weight of the attachments you need to haul with your equipment.
When it comes to hauling your machine, we suggest using a trailer with a GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) 14,000 lbs. Most equipment trailers will weigh 2,500 to 3,000 lbs. depending on the length and construction of the trailer. This weight is always subtracted from the GVWR to get your pay load capacity.
25,000 lb. G.V.W.R. 10,000 lb. x 2 G.A.W.R. 3" Pintle Eye Face Mount Coupler Safety Chains 1 - Drop Leg Jack (10,000 lb.) 2 - Dexter Oil Bath Axles (10,000 lb.) Torsion Suspension 4 - 17.5" Grey Wheels 235/75/R17.5 LR-J 8-hole SINGLE Rubrail w/ Stake Pockets Electric...
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