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24’ Flatbed, 102” wide, 6’ Motorhome Tongue, 3500lb axles,  2 5/16 ball rated at 12,500lb, 8,000 jack with drop leg, Fuel can rack for 8ea VP style fuel jugs, storage box for straps, LED lighting, brand new wheel bearings and brakes. Full size spare, setup for anti sway hitch. Deck and tires are  in great shape. 

$3500

520-609-3698

Austin

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If you dont mind me asking......... what is a "motor home tongue"?  

 

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55 minutes ago, Bobalos said:

If you dont mind me asking......... what is a "motor home tongue"?  

 

Most tongues are 3’ to 4’ long, this one is 6’ it’s also narrower at the front of the trailer. Motor homes are low and wide, when making really tight turns especially backing and turning tight, it’s common to make contact with the front corner of the trailer or tongue puncturing our precious painted plastic on the Mo Ho!

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1 hour ago, Bobalos said:

If you dont mind me asking......... what is a "motor home tongue"?  

 

It’s longer so everything has room when you make tight turns.  I will post a picture of my trailer that doesn’t have the longer tongue.  Yea I effed it up with my service truck 

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I can see it now in the design of the tongue. 

 

thanks

Bob

 

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Nice Flatbed, really nice actually.

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10 hours ago, JKR951 said:

Most tongues are 3’ to 4’ long, this one is 6’ it’s also narrower at the front of the trailer. Motor homes are low and wide, when making really tight turns especially backing and turning tight, it’s common to make contact with the front corner of the trailer or tongue puncturing our precious painted plastic on the Mo Ho!

Guilty.  Same can also happen backing and turning left.  Guilty of that as well.  Wish my all my trailers had moho tongues!

Nice trailer and GLWS.

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This is what happens when you jackknife a trailer with a service truck.   A buddy of mine jackknifed  his trailer into his motorhome and the repair bill was close to $10,000. 

 

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a killer trailer for the price where is it located

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Is this still available?

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