It depends on the type of trailer you are trying to attach. You can find a video showing the steps of attaching a neuropean semi trailer at http://www.YouTube.com/watch?v=UmVN9_Z_zTQ. You can also find information at http://auto.howstuffworks.com/auto-parts/towing/equipment/hitches/fifth-wheel-hitches.htm and http://www.ehow.com/way_5644828_correct-way-couple-tractor-trailer.html
you can find a tractor and a trailer at Angel Pine Saw Mill (south of the mountain),the truck and trailer is by a fork lift.
The average tractor trailer holds almost 300 gallons of gas! I am unsure of if you were speaking of a tractor trailer or a tractor for cutting the lawn.
It depends on the size of the tractor trailer. Find the dimensions of the trailer and divide it by 16 cubic units.
The best place to find a tractor trailer is in the local adverts of a car magazine or a specialist website dedicated to farm equipment. Alternatively, websites such as eBay have many items for sale.
This site looks promising http://www.nexttruckonline.com/ they sell trucks, tractor trailers and accessories/maintenance items that you would need for your tractor trailer.
You can go to my site,listed here, and find videos on backing up tractor trailers http://thetractortrailerbook.com/
These are items you would be more likely to find on a farm tractor than on a tractor-trailer. A tongue is mounted to the frame (or an auxiliary arm), and can facilitate a hitch or mount for pulling a trailer. A drawbar is the bar which extends from the tow vehicle (or another trailer) to a dolly under the front of a trailer. You're not likely to find a tongue on a tractor-trailer. The primary means of coupling is the fifth wheel, and some tractors may additionally be equipped with a pintle mounted on the back of the chassis. Drawbars are more common to dump trucks which transport pup trailers behind them, and doubles combinations which require more significant separation of the two trailers than what a typically A-congear provides.
Is this Tom F? I'm (Lehigh Kim) googling to find you an answer lol
Caterpillar C series, Cummins IS series, or Volvo VED series.
There'll be a sticker inside the door frame on the driver's side with this information on it.
John Deere has an official site to order tractor equipment. You can also look at online sites such as Sears, bjs, Rural King, eBay, and surprisingly Amazon.com
You can go to many places to purchase a trailer winch but the best option is to stop by your local Menard's, Lowe's, or even Walmart. If you can't find one there, check the nearest Tractor Supply Store.