Re: skid steer trailers
A lower trailer is certainly much better for loading and unloading but the low profile becomes a problem on rough terrain. The first trailer I owned had was a tandem axle with leaf springs. It was constantly dragging on rutted trails and it became routine to have to stop and unload the machine when it became high centered. The joke became that it would eventually level off every field and pasture road we drove on as it acted just like a blade. After breaking leaf springs more than once we upgraded the trailer to torsion axles with 16" LT tires which raised the deck a bit but was a huge improvement for pulling off road.
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