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How much trailer do you guys have to put 2) 235" down header dragsters on the floor? Pics of layouts?


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Really depends on how wide of rear tires and how wide the front ends are. Also what type of headers. Perf Welding are much wider than say Dynatech. 26' is an absolute minimum floor space. obviously more the better.
 
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We have done it with a 26' w/no floor cabinets. The real question is what else do you need to put in it, like scooters, golf cart etc
 
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We've done it twice with 30ft. Drum of fuel in the front.
 
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Really depends on how wide of rear tires and how wide the front ends are. Also what type of headers. Perf Welding are much wider than say Dynatech. 26' is an absolute minimum floor space. obviously more the better.

Performance welding headers on both, little bubbas on both, 26" wide fronts on both. Currently have a 28' trailer with 24" deep front cabinets. Considered moving the base cab. To the left front side, not sure if that's going to be comfortable fit though. Considering selling the 28' in favor of a larger trailer. Sounds like its minimal now. We have a small quad and a scooter. I'd like to have both, but it's likely the quad wont fit without some way to stack the quad over a dragster and I'm not a fan of that.

Sounds like it's time to put the dragsters in the trailer and see what kind of space itll have


.991 60'
4.36 @ 159 so far.....
6.86 @ 198 trying for more......

533" single carb
235" Harrison 4-link
 
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We had 2 dragsters side by side and a Yamaha Timberwolf quad beside a drum of fuel in the nose. It was a 30' without lower cabinets and no dragster lift. We had to lift and slide the quad into place. It was tight but it worked for years.
 
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Will I have a 34’ intech, 2 dragsters , 252&247” I think, a Zumba scooter, golf cart, and a barrel of fuel. All on the floor. Both dragsters have zoomies now but use to have downswepts on one of them...lower cabinets across the front.


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Will I have a 34’ intech, 2 dragsters , 252&247” I think, a Zumba scooter, golf cart, and a barrel of fuel. All on the floor. Both dragsters have zoomies now but use to have downswepts on one of them...lower cabinets across the front.

ours is the same, 34', cabinets across the front, golf cart through double door on the side, 254" and 245, lil bubba's and downswepts on both, barrel of fuel and one over the fenderwell cabinet.


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Posts: 2497 | Location: Gilmer, Texas | Registered: June 25, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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We have done it with out smaller 28' trailer. Has typical L shaped cabinets up front. Done it a few times on the trip to Fontana from here. Golf cart had to go in truck bed but room for scooter/spree.


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I have a 34' goldrush . 1 cabinet against the side wall. 1 golf cart and 2 dragsters on the floor... We lifted a dragster last weekend and think we can get 3 dragsters in it with the Little bubba tires..


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28' trailers bring a premium price here on the left coast because of cost to get them out here. I sold my 28' Pace Shadow 5 years old for 18k cash.I had Vintage build me a 38" gooseneck. Put the cabinets on the roadside wall. The Vintage was 22k with a lot of extras. Had a ton of room and towed like a dream.

 
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28' with toolbox on floor. One 235" dragster and one 240". Drum of fuel in front of toolbox and scooter in back.
 
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