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    08-09-2013, 06:31 PM
Originally Posted by CrossCountry    
I actually just bought my own first horse trailer today, but we have the exact same combination of horse and trailer as our friend. It worked great when we would borrow it!

[B]First is my truck, 2007 Ford F150. Great truck, but it is a gas guzzler!

Second is the trailer, Outback by Circle J Trailers. It is a great two horse trailer with a huge tack room.
I love your setup! I know I want a bigger cab but it's still a nice looking truck! Also way love the trailer. I daydream about trailers ha ha especially ones with a small living/changing space.
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    08-10-2013, 09:42 PM
Green Broke
Heres my truck!
old truck.jpg

Just kidding

Found a pic of my old little '06 Ram 1500. He did pretty good with a little 2 horse bumper I had

I just sold my dually :( but bought my parents '04 F350
Here my new guy Big Blue

Aaand the tailgate that got smooshered when the trailer popped off the hitch one day and landed on it O_o so no handle and you have to actually reach up into the tailgate to unlatch it haha

And they got a '08 F350 with twin hay spears
    08-11-2013, 05:37 PM
I go simple a single cab '01 f-250 and a 14ft bp stock trailer it goes wherever I need it too. Aint necessarily fancy or pretty, but it works
    08-15-2013, 11:19 AM
Okay, so mine haven't officially met yet (I just got the truck this week). Technically, this is the "back-up" in case the F-250 can't be used. Which, being married to a mechanic has been the case since we bought it, lol.

Anyway, 2003 Suburban and '95 Trail-et 3 horse slant stock w/ a dressing room. This is the actual concept model that they made when they came out with these, we knew the designer & he got us a deal. It's been in storage for awhile, that's why it looks to rough. It's being repainted (same color) and new wheels put on now.
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    08-15-2013, 02:28 PM
I know it is not a horse trailer, but this is the setup I moved back to Montana with from Houston Texas, it was about 1740 miles, knocked it out in 23 1/2 hours.

I weighed it, it was 23440 lbs.
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    08-15-2013, 02:36 PM
That takes talent, Nick!
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    08-16-2013, 01:44 PM
Originally Posted by BigNickMontana    
I know it is not a horse trailer, but this is the setup I moved back to Montana with from Houston Texas, it was about 1740 miles, knocked it out in 23 1/2 hours.


I weighed it, it was 23440 lbs.
Impressive! My hubs and I are planning to move cross state, up and over the mountains ha ha so we will have a convoy like that! :)
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