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Anyone out in S&M land own these ?
Looking at a bump trailer and they look well built .
Was looking at the Precision as well but a long wait . Like everything I guess .
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Had me confused for a minute between a burant sled trailer and something else... just couldn't figure out what a bump trailer was. Lmao.
I really want a precision dump trailer as well. Only trouble is their wiring leaves a bit to be desired. Have no knowledge on the other manufacturer
 

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Had me confused for a minute between a burant sled trailer and something else... just couldn't figure out what a bump trailer was. Lmao.
I really want a precision dump trailer as well. Only trouble is their wiring leaves a bit to be desired. Have no knowledge on the other manufacturer

What about the wiring leaves desire??
Curious as we have a flat deck that’s 11 yrs old. Plug end is all we’ve changed
Have a dump trailer got this spring, build quality/ design 2nd to none imho
Gooseneck highboy should be in soon
Check out cromer valley store - east of Regina but price and availability
 

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I just priced out tandem Precision and tri axle . 5-6 months which is fine .
Tandem - $25900.00
Tri axle - $ 32800.00 plus tax’s on both
 

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Anyone out in S&M land own these ?
Looking at a bump trailer and they look well built .
Was looking at the Precision as well but a long wait . Like everything I guess .
Thanks
Not sure why this went to Mud pit
Mods pls move to general discussion if you don’t mind ?
When I was look for a goose neck I looked a few brandts, in all honesty if you take the paint off them and a Trailtech I don't know if you could tell the difference between the two.

One of the local equipment rentals guys has a few brandt trailers and really likes them, but he also really likes my trailtech tiltdeck tandem that loads scissor lifts quite well compared to the brandt, but I think that more the beavertail desgin difference between the two.

Oasis would be another manufacturer to look at.

I like my precision gooseneck, and my trailtech tilt deck. Bought both used.
 

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I've got three Precision trailers and the wiring is excellent on all of them I've had zero problems. I have a 20 by 8 tandem dually dump trailer and it is awesome. If i had to buy another i would wait the 5 months for a precision.
 

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I've got three Precision trailers and the wiring is excellent on all of them I've had zero problems. My truck on the other hand....

Haha I’m on plug #3 on my dmax always the brake blade terminal that corrodes and won’t work
 

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Haha I’m on plug #3 on my dmax always the brake blade terminal that corrodes and won’t work
I've had to fix the wiring under my Ram twice now for the trailer wiring, I don't even drive that many gravel roads
 

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Haha I’m on plug #3 on my dmax always the brake blade terminal that corrodes and won’t work
This likely a chevy thing isn't it ? Some days I swear mine is allergic to having a trailer plugged in.

Damn thing dings check trailer wiring at highway speeds plug it into my friends truck nothing comes up.
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This likely a chevy thing isn't it ? Some days I swear mine is allergic to having a trailer plugged in.

Damn thing dings check trailer wiring at highway speeds plug it into my friends truck nothing comes up. View attachment 245116

Haha yep. It’s the upside down plug I think Gets more crap in it and doesn’t drain out imho
My 12’ is original plug 260k dmax has 120k always kept clean
I see new body style is back to plug being normal
 

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What about the wiring leaves desire??
Curious as we have a flat deck that’s 11 yrs old. Plug end is all we’ve changed
Have a dump trailer got this spring, build quality/ design 2nd to none imho
Gooseneck highboy should be in soon
Check out cromer valley store - east of Regina but price and availability
I have a 30' tandem dual gooseneck and it's been bullet proof. Father in law has a gooseneck dump and the mice got in the box beam where all the wiring goes.. it's all single wires and mice had a hay day. Only flaw I've found. Should have been protected wire
 
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