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 07-10-2004, 19:19 Post: 90514
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 Trailering a JD 2210

I'm close to a decision on buying at 2210, FEL, MMM, Blower. My current 5x8 trailer won't handle this rig. What type/style of trailers do most people use if they need to move this machine? Single or double axle? What weight capacity should it haul? I've looked at a couple of 6x10's and a 5-1/2x10 at Home Depot.

The 2210 weighs about 1500 lbs, what does a MMM and loader add? Any brand that has worked well? Or poorly? The trailer needs to serve other functions as well. Any advice or suggestions?






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 07-10-2004, 23:14 Post: 90523
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 Trailering a JD 2210

I don't have the exact figures at hand... but here is what I do have: My 410 loader, 53 inch bucket and the mounts/grill guard weigh 783 pounds. The 2210 loader can't weigh much less.

I don't have experience with MMM's but I think they gotta go 400+ pounds.

I think you can almost double the weight of a basic 2210 when you add a MMM and a FEL.






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 07-11-2004, 05:42 Post: 90525
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 Trailering a JD 2210

Doubling the weight was my original thought - i.e look at trailers in the 3000# range. I'll move it infreguently but do want a ramp to load it.

Home Depot has a "Snow Bear" 5-1/2x10 trailer for $899. I came close to buying it yesterday. It's a nice looking unit - 2" ball, 13" wheels, nicely wired, chains, ramp, side rails and options for stake pockets.

BUT, it is rated for a GVWR of only 2800# (about 500# for the trailer). Is it enough?

1/2 the fun is looking.






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 07-11-2004, 06:34 Post: 90528
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 Trailering a JD 2210

bmeyer,

I'm interested in this post for similar reasons. Are you going with the 54" MMM or the 62"? If the 62", it is 75" wide with the chute guard down, and 66" wide with it up -- pretty tight. As for the weights, the 54" MMM is 170 lbs, and the 62" is 200 lbs. As for the weight of the 210 FEL, I can't find it anywhere in the owners manual, so use the 410 weight as an outside number (remember the ballast box weight too).






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 07-11-2004, 07:15 Post: 90534
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 Trailering a JD 2210

According to the JD book, this would be the weights 2210 alone 1400 lbs, 62" deck with attaching hardware 350 lbs, 210 loader with 49" bucket, 536 lbs, totally 2286 lbs.






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 07-11-2004, 16:23 Post: 90571
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 Trailering a JD 2210

Thanks for the comments. It appears my first chioce of trailers (from Home Depot) is on the light side. I probably need something that can carry around 3000# which leave room for those other things that creep onto a trailer from time to time. Looks like a trip to the "trailer store" is in order.






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 07-11-2004, 17:49 Post: 90578
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 Trailering a JD 2210

I have a 2210 with 62" MMM and FEL. I transport it with a 16' tandem axle trailer. I wouldn't feel comfortable with anything less.






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 07-11-2004, 19:13 Post: 90583
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 Trailering a JD 2210

I have to agree with Mowhoward. A 16' tandem with brakes is minimum. With the FEL and Box on my Kubota BX2230, it rides nicely and uses most of the deck on my 18' car-hauler. My tractor with accessories is on the high side of 2500 pounds. This may be a bit over-kill, but I like to be safe and controlable on the highway.






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 07-11-2004, 20:59 Post: 90592
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 Trailering a JD 2210

A tandem axle trailer is a must when moving this type of equipment. The weight distribition with a single axle trailer will cause some unsteady towing (wagging) at high speeds. Also, if the rear wheels are loaded, add another 300lbs to the total, which would also mess up the weight distribution with a single axle trailer.

I use a 16' tandem axle, 7500 lb gross, 5000 lb net trailer for my 7800. It tows a lot heavier than than the numbers would say it would. Get plenty of trailer, definitely with beakes. Just enough trailer won't be enough.






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 07-12-2004, 01:45 Post: 90602
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 Trailering a JD 2210

I trailer the JD2210 with 62" mower on a 6X10 single axle rated #3500 w/o brakes and it does just fine. You need 6X10 and not 5X10 for the 62" mower. You could fit it on 6X8 but there's not enough room to safely adjust the tongue weight. You can fit tractor and snow blower on 6X10 but not tractor and blower and sander, unless you can hang the sander over the back - which I can't do on mine because the ramp swings up in the back.






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