Yes, unless you are towing a heavy trailer.
Pulling a trailer requires more energy than carrying a heavy load.
Short Change Hero - The Heavy
it depends if its heavy or not. and if it is made with heavy materiel. it could be as heavy as you want it because there is no specific weight .
I have a 1997 JEEP CHEROKEE sport 4.0. How to wiring for a heavy duty trailer brake switch ?
A heavy duty tow truck
The heavy? Something like that
You'll need a truck that's heavy enough to pull the trailer, equipped with a trailer ball hitch to attach the trailer. You also need to make sure the horse trailer has operating turn signal and brake lights.
A small single axle trailer does not need brakes but be aware that your vehicle will have to stop the vehicle plus the trailer, so allow more stopping distance. A double axle trailer needs trailer brakes if you are carrying a heavy load of any kind at all.
Probably, the original flasher in the tow vehicle is not designed to carry the load of the extra lights on the trailer.
No. Heavy characters only get to drive heavy cars.
given up by linkin park is the heavy one
You can but you may have a fitting problem. The average mid-size car is around 16 feet long. The other issue you may have is will your 12 foot trailer handle the 3500 lbs of weight. If your trailer is a single axle make sure your insurance is paid in full before you try. If you miss the weight distribution and get it tail heavy you will find out quickly what a 4,000 plus pound whip feels like. I have witnessed a similar set up turn a dually over like it was a tonka toy.Now if you think the car will fit and the trailer will handle the weight the final step is to look at the angle of the incline from whatever ramp system you plan to use while loading. If the angle is steep or the rear of trailer is higher than the front of trailer the car will hang when it tries to make the transition from ramp to trailer bed.
i think the answer you are looking for is a low-boy trailer. am assuming you mean the large tractor trailer type trailers?
Your best method is simply to scale it out on a set of certified scales, which can be found at truck stops. The printout from these scales will give you individual readings for your steer, drive, and trailer axles.
I don't know of a heavy truck with eight wheels. It would have six, 10, 12 or 14 and 18 if it was a tractor and trailer.
A small 1-seater jet ski and a light trailer might weigh as little as 600lbs. A large 3-seater, however, on a heavy or low-slung trailer can approach 1500lbs.
roller mowers heavy & hard to handle
Their is a handle on the back. Pull that which will alow it to drop (be carefull its heavy)
No, the CRV isn't a vehicle made to pull a 4 axle trailer. 4 axles would have 8 tires on the ground so you must be talking about a mobile home frame made in to a trailer.
It is a trailer hitch generally used for towing heavy equipment on trailers behind larger trucks.