Best farm all round dump trailer.

This it what usually use, we only fill just under the top level, it holds 13 ton of wheat but can happily carry 18 ton of rubble, it's just to big for some jobs which is why I need a 10 ton on lower wheels.
Do them sides come off to make a flat bed looks a hell of a lot better than most drop side trailers I’ve used
 

Finn farmer

Member
9,9m³ as seen, 19m³ with extra boards and 36,2m³ with silage boards. Hydraulic damping on tow bar, up to 710/50 R26,5 tyres. Fenders available. Don't know about price, probably 25k€'ish nowadays. :censored:


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Ali_Maxxum

Member
Location
Chepstow, Wales
Yes, also has a 4 ft extension which makes it a 20 ft , can be a bit heavy sometimes.
Only spotted that after looking again, looks neat. How does it work with the hydraulic back door with the removable sides? Pipes on couplings? I've always thought about how a hydraulic up and over back door would work on a trailer that you can dismantle.
 

icanshootwell

Member
Location
Ross-on-wye
Only spotted that after looking again, looks neat. How does it work with the hydraulic back door with the removable sides? Pipes on couplings? I've always thought about how a hydraulic up and over back door would work on a trailer that you can dismantle.
Had the choice of either a hydraulic back door or a manual, hydraulic is not to bad to take off, has some couplings just underneath, probably have the sides off once a year to help with silage bales, takes about 30 minutes to lift them all off and slide the extension on. It does utilise the trailer. Cost just over 11 k 10 years ago. Prices gone up a bit since then.
 
Had the choice of either a hydraulic back door or a manual, hydraulic is not to bad to take off, has some couplings just underneath, probably have the sides off once a year to help with silage bales, takes about 30 minutes to lift them all off and slide the extension on. It does utilise the trailer. Cost just over 11 k 10 years ago. Prices gone up a bit since then.
I wouldn’t mind something just like that 👍👍
 

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