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Trailer for Mule 4010 Tans 4 x 4 - best size? #6031131 11/16/15 12:19 AM
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Any suggestions in the DFW Metroplex for a good trailer dealer? Any thoughts on an aluminum trailer?


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Re: Trailer for Mule 4010 Tans 4 x 4 - best size? [Re: JMB24] #6031622 11/16/15 03:21 AM
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I've always had good luck with Big Tex but Kearney is a good one too. The aluminum trailers are nice...buddy who had a Kearney sold his and got one and says it pulls a ton better. 5x10 is tight on the sides (like inch or two on each side) and is the smallest you could get away with.


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Re: Trailer for Mule 4010 Tans 4 x 4 - best size? [Re: Judd] #6041005 11/20/15 09:50 PM
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I bought the Big Tex 5x12 and love it for pulling the transmule..Yes it is a little tight on the sides but straps down with shorter straps....Leaves a little bit of room to haul other stuff even with the Mule on it..

Re: Trailer for Mule 4010 Tans 4 x 4 - best size? [Re: JMB24] #6041012 11/20/15 09:52 PM
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Get more trailer than you need.. but not wider.. the single fold up ramp have a lot of wind drag also

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