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SOLD !!! 2004 Load Trail dump trailer, tandem axle, SOLD !!!

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2004 Load Trail 12ft (box size) tandem axle dump trailer.

10,000 capacity, hydraulic tilt, 4 wheels electric brakes.

Unit has some use but it's in good conditions

These units are very handy, once you try one you will not be without it anymore. Use it to haul garbage, gravel, dirt, mulch, skidsteer loader etc.

Price at $ 3800 or best offer, need to sell fast, don't wait a month or 2 then ask for it, it will be sold this weekend.

I have dozens of people emailing me after few moths saying they should have bought it, well don't wait... it won't be here long and new ones are $ 6,000 to begin with.

SOLD IT !!!!!!

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I am accepting offers, let's sell this unit.....

I just used it yesterday, went to lanfill they put a scoop of wood chips inside and I used to landscape my while yard...that was slick.

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SOLD !!!!!!!!

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Trailer is back for sale

$ 3500.00 !!!!!!!!!!!!

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      Posted (edited)

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