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  1. #1
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    Default small 4x6 trailer, harsh roads, major larve disposal, out front after move.

    the larger tires, and better suspension of larger trailers, generate less jarring motion.
    Doubt the frames moved, must just be the up and down bumps.
    No real questions here, just saying.
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    Franklin Co, PA, USA
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    Default Re: small 4x6 trailer, harsh roads, major larve disposal, out front after move.

    Loaded a handful of hives on a 4 x 6 foot trailer yesterday. They're in a flood plain - although usually only floods for 1 day per year. I tried tall hive stands, but too hard to work the bees on a platform. Now we'll pull the trailer to high ground if there is a flood forecast. Otherwise they enjoy lots of sunshine and nearby 'river bottom' wild plant growth.

  3. #3
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    Default Re: small 4x6 trailer, harsh roads, major larve disposal, out front after move.

    Mine had some washboard roads, and abrubt road drops, etc, so you might be OK
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