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    Default 36' Gooseneck Trailer

    I'm walking away from competition. It's been great fun over the years but it's time I moved on. As a result, I'm selling off my racing assets and one of them is the trailer. After a particularly gruesome towing incident with our 22' tag trailer, my wife DEMANDED that we get a gooseneck. I bought her new in 2006 for over $26k. Its has been a great workhorse. It tows like a dream and is bulletproof. It's not only carried us to all of our race events over the last 13 years, it has also used it to move people a few times.


    Here is a link to a folder on my Google Drive that has pictures and a spec sheet. I'm asking $15k for it....with all the upgrades (new tires, winch, workbench w/ vise, tool cabinet, 760 ft2 of canopy, etc.) she's a pretty good bargain.


    I'll be at the Runoffs so come by WG9 and I'll give you the nickel tour. Hell for an extra $7500, I'll throw in a Spridget roller too.


    ➢ 36’ long, double axle, gooseneck trailer
    ➢ Light weight, all aluminum construction (dry weight of 5500 pounds)
    ➢ ~30,000 miles on it
    ➢ Stored indoors all year
    ➢ Beavertail rear door with folding extension
    ➢ Hydraulic center lifting post, manual crank outer posts
    ➢ 7500 pound, heavy duty, Dexter axles
    ➢ 4’ wide side door
    ➢ Upgraded aluminum alloy wheels
    ➢ New Goodyear tires in 2016 (all 4)
    ➢ Two new hubs in 2017
    ➢ Breaker box for electrical system
    ➢ Landline lead for generator or shop power
    ➢ New 12v battery in 2018 with built in trickle charger
    ➢ Unused spare tire mounted inside
    ➢ 28’ deck, 8’ nose
    ➢ Two roof vents with 12v, three speed, bidirectional fans
    ➢ 4 pairs of ‘D’ rings for tie downs
    ➢ 8’ work bench with vise
    ➢ Hydraulic center lift foot and 2 speed, manual, outer lift feet
    ➢ Wired for 110v A/C unit
    ➢ Outdoor, flush mounted, LED lights to illuminate canopy area
    ➢ 110v fluorescent (4, 4’ fixtures w/ twin bulbs) and 12v (4 fixtures w/ single bulbs) interior lighting
    ➢ 4 pairs of 110v outlets (2 above the work bench, 1 by the side door, 1 by the rear door)
    ➢ 12’ x 30’ and 20’ x 20’ canopies
    ➢ Craftsman, three section tool cabinet (bought new and installed in 2006)
    ➢ SuperWinch GP1800 with 20’ wired remote controller (new in 2017)
    ➢ Indoor / outdoor carpet on nose floor
    ➢ Working area of deck floor (near tool cabinet, work bench) has anti-skid, abrasive tape


    Email me offline at [email protected] if you have any questions.
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    Last edited by wtracing80; 09-20-2019 at 01:07 PM.

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