I can do 1450 total bid. Please take a moment to review my extensive profile and fed back to see the level of service I provide. Is the loader on the tractor or separate? Will there be means to load all attatchments? Please respond ASAP.
the standard bucket is on the loader which is on the tractor, which can pick up the rest of the equipment, except for the mower, which is seriously heavy and large compared to the tractor and likely best left on the back. But that's your biz.
I will consider your bid, thank you. and will study your profile. This is my first shipment, btw, so assume I'm pretty ignorant. Drew
It's fine. I am patient. Mine is your only current bid. I can move it sooner for the 1450. I have a 25' gooseneck trailer so farm roads aren't anything new to me. 7/29/2014
done. I'd rather pay a little more and have your full attention to it. Consider the tip included at this 1450 rate please, ok?7/29/2014
I will do at $1400.00. Pick up Monday.
Hi. Thank you. That sounds fine but first we need to be clear. A very unhappy guy with a 35 foot trailer left today after accepting a job where I clearly say the whole thing is 26 feet long, plus four implements, two relatively small, one heavy but not large weight box and a relatively large and heavy bucket grapple. I'm not at all sure 30 feet is even long enough.
So, to not repeat today's unhappiness, what size truck do you have and does it have a winch? My tractor has a bucket to load the other stuff, but then the tractor has to fit too.
so, it's not the weight, it's the length of your truck. many thanks. Drew my ERROR. He had a 25 foot trailer not 35. boy I wish he had a 35.8/6/2014
I have a 40 ft trailer. Also, a winch. why do I need a winch, if, the tractor runs?8/6/2014
you don't with a trailer that long; the guy today wanted to squeeze stuff in and there was no way to do it without another tractor. He asked me if I had another tractor there...no.
The kubota will pick up the grapple fine, but the mower has to stay attached to the rear; it's oversize for the tractor, but my total weight is very close and I measured the whole thing at 26 feet 2 inches. plus weight box, small box blade, small york rake, relatively big heavy bucket grapple. The two smaller implements are for another smaller tractor.
and I also have a second load for the last week of this month. smaller tractor, utv, golf cart, smaller mowers, post hole digger,pull behind rototiller, (small power equipment) That I will be happy to discuss with you, through appropriate channels, if this one goes well.
Monday works for me. if this works for you, let's do it. and thank you.
It would have been very simple today with your trailer and no unhappiness. And I tip well... 32-33 ft.8/6/2014
Please change your offer to $1400.00. I will accept, [content removed – attempt to circumvent the site]8/6/2014
sorry, I am new at this, need to figure out how to change the price and will do so asap. but yes regardless. Let me try to do it "correctly" by changing the price.
I'm thinking...the lane is through a woods and I'm not sure a forty footer will make some turns,just being cautious. Before this nice not so wide gravel road was put in to this new building, the "old road" was straight up the side of the main hill. And that was the way we all took our vehicles, trucks, etc, But it is a slow ride with a few "moguls". And that is an easy trip up mowed fields (yours truly mowed) and I know the ground and you won't get stuck unless serious rain came for days before. but everything is pretty dry now.
so, no boulevard queens...assuming your truck and trailer will go up a grassy hill. I take my Toyota Avalon up it, albeit slowly.
so the big trailer is wonderful and you have a whole field to turn around in. The main paved lane in and out of the farm will be a little tight but doable. 8/6/2014
I do not guarantee, I can get up it. But, I will give it my best shot. I have other bids in, for Monday, I need to cancel, before, I get booked.8/6/2014
ok, I'm being careful to try to state everything honestly; it is a hill, but not a big one.
there is a path up, has been used forever ,but it's not smooth in spots. You aren't going to hurt your equipment.
So if for some reason you can't get up the hill, which I really doubt, then no unhappiness and I say thank you with some green stuff. I just don't want you hung up between some trees. Now what might make more sense is for you to stop before you go thru the woods or straight to the big hill.
You could ride through the woods with me and see if you think the trailer could fit. After the first entry turn it's not problem but that first turn into the woods might be tight. So, high road or low road, see which one is best for you.
I bumped the amount up.8/6/2014
Any way possible. I will make it up the hill, I am not afraid to try.8/6/2014