Discussion in 'Tack & Equipment' started by Baylily, Jun 19, 2014.
Only around 50K based on what I made on the Chevy website.
Ha you can get the regular box single cab that will do about the same mileage wise, but wont haul quite as much, for around 30,000.
Lol, I was looking at them too and I think you can get a crew cab with decent options for around $40k?
New trucks are so pricey but fun to look at!
I agree! lol. If I don't get a Tacoma I won't be getting something able to haul and I'll just use the BF's truck and in that case I'd buy a NA type trailer.
She has arrived!
Will be looking to pick up this Saturday!
No joy on the photo...but looking forward to the next ones you post...
Here she is, all hitched up:
She tows beautifully. I towed her over the Bay Bridge in windy, rainy conditions, and it was easy to handle, and no sway. She's already been put to use!
The people at Traveled Lane were wonderful, their service was excellent. Very satisfied customer!
The mounting block:
This is in the ramp position, but it easily converts to a step-up as well.
Does the tack cubby have a "top" so the horses can't get hay in it while hauling?
Yes--Its actually sort of hard to describe, but there is also a well of sorts from the inside of the trailer. Not sure what you would put in there? It's almost like you could put grain in it, but I would never offer grain while traveling. I'll take more pictures this week, it really is clever. The mini broom and pitch fork it came with crack me up!
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