Re: Trailering a NAA

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Posted by Michford on February 26, 2020 at 00:04:30 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Trailering a NAA posted by Larry on February 25, 2020 at 23:15:00:

No personal experience with a Uhaul trailer, but have heard they will ask what you are pulling trailer with and what will be on the trailer. Have heard they may not rent trailer to haul a tractor. As far as securing the tractor on the trailer, secure it at each corner, and if you have a loader, anchor it as well. Chains with binders or straps rated for the appropriate weight should be used. Keep in mind that trailers rated load capacity will have to have the weight of the trailer itself subtracted from the load capacity. For example, a trailer rated for 10,000 lbs and weighs 2,000 lbs can carry a maximum load of 8,000 lbs. If your NAA has a loader, wheel weights or loaded tires, you will have to be mindful of its total weight. The trailer would preferably have brakes on both axles, and your truck should have a brake controller to activate the trailer brakes.

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