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Old 04-01-2008, 09:44 PM   #1
 
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Old 04-02-2008, 12:47 AM   #2
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i like the paint on the plane... the trailers are mweh...

edit: sorry - wasn't trying to "bash" em and don't think they are better or worse than most brands of trailers which was my point... the are not the end all be all of the trailer world by anymeans... the overwelming support for them doesn't suprise me in here... remember it's just a name though...

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deck was made of boards from the outside tree edges as well... looked flat on top but were not square on bottom
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That's awesome, but I don't get the yellow. Should make that whole thing look like the flag
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i like the paint on the plane... the trailers are mweh... look good on the outside, have a cool sounding name... but watch the underside welds (or lack of), and the wiring.... popularity does not always = quality
That's the first time I have ever heard anything negative about them.
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i like the paint on the plane... the trailers are mweh... look good on the outside, have a cool sounding name... but watch the underside welds (or lack of), and the wiring.... popularity does not always = quality
Can you post pics of your trailer and the welds you are talking about? My friend just bought one and I can only wish my welds looked that good.
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Can you post pics of your trailer and the welds you are talking about? My friend just bought one and I can only wish my welds looked that good.
yeah, My Big Tex trailer is well made. no complaints at all.
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UUGGHHHH,.. I just threw up in my mouth,..
It's perturbing that Big Tex Trailers is being bashed in this manner. The wheeling community in this ENTIRE state of Texas is actually quite small when ya' think about it,.. EVERYBODY knows everybody!!
Alot of us in this site ALONE have met and wheeled w/ Big Tex and have been hooked up with great deals by him.
As a fellow wheeler he KNOWS the importance of trailering rigs and what fellow wheelers expect because he practices the sport/hobby himself.
I find the disrespect appalling and incredulous,.. Sally
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As a fellow wheeler he KNOWS the importance of trailering rigs and what fellow wheelers expect because he practices the sport/hobby himself.
I find the disrespect appalling and incredulous,.. Sally
The ones complaining probably never even owned a Big Tex trailer!
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The ones complaining probably never even owned a Big Tex trailer!
Whatever the probables may be, Big Tex is someone you can deal "mano a' mano" with,..
I feel "disrespectful" EVEN speaking in 3rd person about him,..
He's JUST good people! Sally
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for the price of their trailers, I would think it would be a boeing 747

I take it you haven't priced the cost of steel lately or a private jet. Their prices are way competitive to others. You get what you pay for.

I screwed up and bought an off brand trailer and you can tell when it's going down the road. It has way too much side to side action with a heavy load. The next time I need a trailer it will be a Big Tex trailer.


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Old 04-02-2008, 04:22 PM   #14
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i'm pretty sure what i put was not a personal bash... go read my edit above... this thread has been hijacked so it doesn't seem to matter... hell i don't even care if a mod just gets rid of the post... it's just a trailer
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Old 04-02-2008, 05:39 PM   #15
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Okay,.. SO,.. some people buy lawn-mower hauling trailers with the understanding that the trailers are to be "immediately modified" and then turn around and back-stab the company by posting pics of the unfinshed product as it being bad-business .

The FACT is that it's NOT just a trailer that's being discussed here, it's a friends' REPUTABLE business that's being bashed,..
To say the thread has been "hijacked" is incorrect. Sally
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Old 04-02-2008, 05:41 PM   #16
 
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dang i was just tryin to say i spotted him, i didnt mean to get a bashin thread started...
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Old 04-02-2008, 06:58 PM   #17
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never owned a BigTex trailer or met anyone of you guys yet but think this has gotten out of hand. Just one man's opinion and thoughts. Hope everyone can just get along. Just my .02


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All I want to know is where do you keep the buggy in that thing. No wonder you alway beat me to the trails.
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Wow, this thread got out of hand in a hurry

Let me start off 1st by saying thanks to EVERYONE for all the comments, I really appreciate them, good or bad!!! Just like everyone here I realize there are many many manufacturers out there to choose from when it comes to buying a trailer and ours is by no means the END ALL (as bigbronco put it).

Also, I'll be the 1st one to admit that we are not perfect and are going to have the occasional flaws here and there same as any production item.

bigbroncojeff i apologize for the undercoat on that trailer not being applied very well and the butt connectors on the wiring. If you are unhappy with it shoot me a pm w/ your contact info & I'll arrange for it to be re-undercoated and rewired for you

Again guys if i can help in any way let me be the first to know

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I have yet to meet BigTex, but I have bought 2 trailers from him (great deals on both, Thanks again). I am working on a 3rd as we speak.

I just pulled one 22GN, 26 + 5 over 450 miles.
It pulled great, no complaints here.

2 thumbs up....

Yes you can buy a cheaper trailer but you will be getting less of a trailer..... IMHO.
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Great trailers but Big Tex is still a punk

When are we going to take the buggy out to beat on it?



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When are we going to take the buggy out to beat on it?



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Still need to get out in the garage and wire it back up

Yall gonna be ready for a trip to clayton here pretty soon??
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for the price of their trailers, I would think it would be a boeing 747
I meant no dis-respect in my comment, just some humor from a guy thats too cheap to buy a new one. And if you go look at any brand, they are all priced in the same ballpark
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Wow, this thread got out of hand in a hurry

Let me start off 1st by saying thanks to EVERYONE for all the comments, I really appreciate them, good or bad!!! Just like everyone here I realize there are many many manufacturers out there to choose from when it comes to buying a trailer and ours is by no means the END ALL (as bigbronco put it).

Also, I'll be the 1st one to admit that we are not perfect and are going to have the occasional flaws here and there same as any production item.

bigbroncojeff i apologize for the undercoat on that trailer not being applied very well and the butt connectors on the wiring. If you are unhappy with it shoot me a pm w/ your contact info & I'll arrange for it to be re-undercoated and rewired for you

Again guys if i can help in any way let me be the first to know

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Alot of Big tex stuff is great, but i think it boils down to dealers and what they do to their stock of trailers. I know most of them come pre-made, but don't some of them make the trailers up? As for electrical do the dealers put those on?

You might be a great guy to deal with,( from the response of the board it seems obvious) but the guys in Odessa/Midland didn't want to deal with me since i came in wanting a car hauling trailer and they didn't think i was serious. Then they quoted me $3800 for a steel trailer when i can get the same thing way cheaper and got it financed and got treated right when i bought the trailer. I got a trailer brand new for $2000 off the lot, that includes taxes and all of the paper work fees. Plus i got it financed.

I probably would have dealt with Big Tex himself but the cost of gas to go from here to Dallas would have killed any saving that i would have gotten and I figured i would deal with someone in my local area for service reason,( although i will be doing all of my own service).

Plus the trailer i got was well made the only thing i saw that made me redo anything was the wiring but that was a easy fix for me. They did the same thing Big Texas done, and so i don't really seem too surprised. We just tightened the screw nuts and taped them up to keep water from getting inside the connector, nothing major.

Oh yea if you say i got what i paid for, then ask Zach how his trailer has been upholding as he got the same trailer i did, except his is red. Like him the wires was the same deal, the screw nuts came lose and touched each other causing the trailer brakes to lock up. Although it could have been traced to a faulty brake controller.

I couldn't find my last post of when i talked about the new trailer so i figured it might have gotten deleted of I just can't remember where it's at.
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