Kaufman Trailers is happy to announce a brand new axle option for trailers that use 7000 lb. capacity axles. We now offer a Dexter brand heavy duty 7K axle that uses 5/8″ studs, and is fitted with a solid dish 17.5″ wheel, rated at 6000 lbs.
Many times the question is asked how a gooseneck trailer compares to a tag-a-long or bumper hitch trailer. A similar question is what are the possible advantages of a gooseneck trailer? There are at least five good reasons to consider: Increased Stability of Gooseneck Trailers First, is the increased stability factor which affords better operator […]
In the tough economic times we are currently facing, finding a trailer for less money is important. Gas prices are soaring, the cost of raw materials are increasing daily, tourism is down, and customers are not inclined to purchase or use your services as much as they would have a decade ago.
The first difference between a Kaufman standard trailer and a skid steer trailer is the deck height. The cross members of a skid steer are manufactured under the runners which allows for a lower height. This, in turn, allows for the second difference: a lip around the deck on a skid steer.
Kaufman Trailers is proud to announce the launch of it’s new website. Included in this version of the site are a listing of all of their products.