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  1. #31
    ThatIrishGuy
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    Re: Kane Trailers

    Look at a dooley bros, have a tri-axel at home and is a seriously well built trailer.
    have air suspension all round with a lifting axel on the front,
    hydraulic ramps etc
    no idea of price new, but would say it's well spent.

  2. #32
    Womble
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    Re: Kane Trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by honest john View Post
    OK Has anyone got a hyd beaver tail.
    I am looking for a trailer with air brakes for a 15 ton 360 digger and bale cart and potato boxs on road not field.
    The Kane looks good.
    Help please.
    I'm selling my McCauley in the new year. Carries 18t, High speed twin axles, Oil & air brakes, HD Hydraulic ramps, HD Load bed & bucket platform, Tool box, LED lights. Cost over 10k new October last year. Looking for about 8250. Only selling cos we have two trailers and I've just lost a large contract. I would not hesitate to buy another Mac trailer - very well built!

  3. #33
    Jack Russell
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    Re: Kane Trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by honest john View Post
    Yes well priced tidy kit. I may end up with one. A few used about as well. Is yours spring or hyd ramp ?
    Our artic trailers are getting a bit old now so could due with a good flat bed. Air brakes etc.
    Ours was manual ramps but changed over to hyd fairly quickly. The springs were man killers.

  4. #34
    BANTER
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    Re: Kane Trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Russell View Post
    Ours was manual ramps but changed over to hyd fairly quickly. The springs were man killers.
    :lolk::lolk:

  5. #35
    honest john
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    Re: Kane Trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by Womble View Post
    I'm selling my McCauley in the new year. Carries 18t, High speed twin axles, Oil & air brakes, HD Hydraulic ramps, HD Load bed & bucket platform, Tool box, LED lights. Cost over 10k new October last year. Looking for about 8250. Only selling cos we have two trailers and I've just lost a large contract. I would not hesitate to buy another Mac trailer - very well built!
    Could you please PM me.

  6. #36
    155tm
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    Re: Kane Trailers

    We also run a jpm, bought as cheap as we could find as we didn't think it would get used much and only had a 9t 360 we needed to move about. It gets used much more than we expected seed, fert, timber, telehandler, tractors etc. They are built to a budget and the paint chips off rather than scratching. Currently it is loaded up with dumper and 360 to go out on hire.
    Ours came from Skeggs he has some in stock at the moment http://www.skeggsplant.co.uk/stocklist.html

  7. #37
    fanta74
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    Re: Kane Trailers

    Any one know what type axels kane put in their new standard 16t twin axel low loaders now.

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