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Old 02-19-2006, 07:34 PM   #1
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GN Trailers - Lowboy or Deckover?

Looking at getting a gooseneck trailer in March. Those of you that have either owned or pulled one, which did you have. A lowboy or a deckover? Which would you buy again if you had to?

I'm concerned with the height that the deckover will have my load at (M880). Thinking it will make it harder on my tow rig, having a 6 or 7 thousand lb truck dragging in the wind. I just like the idea of the lower ride height that the lowboy GN offers. I think it would be more stable. Also better fuel mileage.

On the other hand, the deckover would be a full 102" wide and I won't have to worry about driving over fenders to make my 84" wide rig (will be wider when I go bigger tires) in between 83" wide fenders.

So any opinions, suggestions or comments would be great.

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I would say that you could get away with either one. A lowboy might make it easier for your goat to get down the freeway. You could get a 2 or 3 axle trailer. I would not worry about the deck over center of gravity. The 10K lb axle deck overs with the dual wheels get loaded down every day with big track loaders.They weight 3 times as much as you trail rig and they never have problems. Would be more that your little 1st gen. goat would want to pull that is for sure. JJ
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I have a deckover, 20+5 w/ 7K tandem singles. It's a great trailer. My only regret is it weighs 4K empty. When I bought it, I didn't know I would be towing a crawler. My trailer is very versatile, but if I was only going to tow a rig, I would get the lowboy and either removable or drive-on fenders. Save 1500-2500 lbs. If you get the deckover, I would recommend the 24+5 so you could get 2 rigs on it. In the pic below, I have 4' in front of the GMC. The GMC has been shortened since tis pic.

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You could get a notched frame deck over.They notch the crossmembers to fit flush with the main beams instead or sitting on top.They also put steel over the tires for clearance,and smaller tires.You end up with a six inch lower deck over.
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I purchased a lowboy with pockets and a strap along each side, which gives me an extra 4" for wider tires. I had them build drive over fenders out of heavy duty channel. It is rated for 14,400#'s and this week will be the first time I pull with it so I can't really comment as to how it will do, but my thoughts are as yours with wind resistances. When you get ready to buy, try OKTRUCKANDTRAILERS.com in Oklahoma City, they have the best prices for the money in my opinion (depending on travel). Good luck.
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I used a low 28ft goose with the wagon. its whg 5600 lb by its self and the power stroke did even feel even in the wind. the ramps are VERY steep on the hi deck though and if you werent loading a lifted truck on it ..... you wont get on it used that one be for as well did feel the wind either low dove tail is alot easyer to get up on with stockish trucks

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... try OKTRUCKANDTRAILERS.com in Oklahoma City, they have the best prices for the money in my opinion (depending on travel). Good luck.
http://OKTRUCKANDTRAILERS.com is not found... do you have a corrected link?
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I've had both and for a crawler the lowboy is best!!! Used to pull the K5 on a 14k gooseneck b/c of the width and hated it!! It caught every gust of wind that blew by and hit every limb that was hanging low not to mention it was a helluva lot hevier!! W/ my lowboy i don't have to worry about ramps, just dive up, over the fenders, strap down and your done!!! It's a hell of a lot easier to pull and a lot more sturdy!!! Just my 2 cents!!
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Well it looks like a lowboy it is, just need to check with the ones I've been pricing to see if they can do the drive over fenders or not. I could do them myself, but I would hate to cute, weld and grind on a brand new trailer.lol

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Well it looks like a lowboy it is, just need to check with the ones I've been pricing to see if they can do the drive over fenders or not. I could do them myself, but I would hate to cute, weld and grind on a brand new trailer.lol

Thanks to everyone with their suggestions and experiences.
I purchased a 28' dove tail with two 7000# axles with brakes, drive over fenders, ramps on side of trailer for $4400 last week in Oklahoma City. It will cost another $500 for plates and sales tax when you register it in Texas (If you want to do it right). He sales them for $4200 plus $200 for heavy duty fenders made out of channel. Everybody else wanted $5200-$6200 with sales tax and registration not included. Good luck.
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I purchased a 28' dove tail with two 7000# axles with brakes, drive over fenders, ramps on side of trailer for $4400 last week in Oklahoma City. It will cost another $500 for plates and sales tax when you register it in Texas (If you want to do it right). He sales them for $4200 plus $200 for heavy duty fenders made out of channel. Everybody else wanted $5200-$6200 with sales tax and registration not included. Good luck.
Got any pics? Especially of the fenders??

I gave them a call to price a 24' like the one you have described above, will see what they say when he calls me back. Said he had to call the factory to get the price. I like the 8" Channel frame and neck, HD for sure.

Is yours 102" wide with the channel driver over fenders? If so that's a good price. I guees you can hall both your jeeps on that with room to spare?



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Got any pics? Especially of the fenders??

I gave them a call to price a 24' like the one you have described above, will see what they say when he calls me back. Said he had to call the factory to get the price. I like the 8" Channel frame and neck, HD for sure.

Is yours 102" wide with the channel driver over fenders? If so that's a good price. I guees you can hall both your jeeps on that with room to spare?
I will take some pics this week and post them for you. It is 83 1/2" of floor plus 2" on each side for pockets with a strap all the way the length of trailer giving me a total area of 87 1/2". Outside fender to outside fender is about 102". They priced the 24' @ $3600 plus $200 for fenders for $3800. Yes, both jeeps fit fine on the 28' trailer. All I need is 25'-26' for the jeeps, this gives me 2' for generator, , compressor, etc. The whole fender is made of channel, you can literally drive over any part of fender. They custom shape it to look like a regular fender. I also lowered the angle so it would be too steep of a climb.
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I have never pulled a low boy but I do have a deck over and love it. It's 25+5 and have had no problems. I haul my 6000# plus K5 on 44" and usually haul 2-3 4wheelers and have yet hit a tree that was too low or any overpasses. I had a 16' car hauler and had to drive over the fenders and didn't like it even though I had the steel fenders on it. I wouldn't use anything but a deck over for the width of rig I have but like I said, never used a low boy. I have gone from Galveston to Shiloh and back with heavy winds and have been just fine. I use a F-250 dually to pull with. The dually makes thing a little more stable then a single rear wheel from what I've been told. Just my .02
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I will take some pics this week and post them for you. It is 83 1/2" of floor plus 2" on each side for pockets with a strap all the way the length of trailer giving me a total area of 87 1/2". Outside fender to outside fender is about 102". They priced the 24' @ $3600 plus $200 for fenders for $3800.
I would appreciate the pics. I will see what they come back with the full 102" wide trailer. If it's outrageous I will mention what you bought from them. I like the 3800.00 for sure.



Muddslinger--I have a dually as well and I've heard the same thing about the stability. Hmmmmmmmm.



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I would appreciate the pics. I will see what they come back with the full 102" wide trailer. If it's outrageous I will mention what you bought from them. I like the 3800.00 for sure.



Muddslinger--I have a dually as well and I've heard the same thing about the stability. Hmmmmmmmm.
The $3800 was for the 24' lowboy. It is the one on thier website. It is okay to mention my name. Let Joe know I am the one from San Antonio and we also had another member purchase one in August of 2005. I told him I would pass his name around since I was very please with my transaction. Joe is a good communicator and seems like a fair person.
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I don't remeber who I talked to, but I will ask when he calls back.

I guess yours looks like this, except for the fenders.




Appreciate all the help Richard. I remeber RVREDDOG getting one from them back in the summer. I think he had them deliver it.



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Whether you go with the low boy or deck over I would recommend going with a used one to save alot of money. Mine is 25+5 with 3 7000# axles w/2 of them having breaks and only paid $2800.00 from a guy in Dallas. When buying new you pay ALOT to the middle man and to cover their advertizing and lot rent.
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Whether you go with the low boy or deck over I would recommend going with a used one to save alot of money. Mine is 25+5 with 3 7000# axles w/2 of them having breaks and only paid $2800.00 from a guy in Dallas. When buying new you pay ALOT to the middle man and to cover their advertizing and lot rent.
I agree with MUDDSLINGER. Used is always better for a trailer. The only reason I went with a new one was because I needed one now since my second jeep was finished and didn't want to wait and find one and I also wanted it built exactly for two jeeps and hopefully this trailer will serve my other purpose for the next 10 years.
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I don't remeber who I talked to, but I will ask when he calls back.

I guess yours looks like this, except for the fenders.

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Appreciate all the help Richard. I remeber RVREDDOG getting one from them back in the summer. I think he had them deliver it.
Almarez will post pics tonight and yes RVREDDOG was the other member that purchased this summer.
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