COUNTERBALANCE LEFT OR RIGHT??
Posted Thu, Dec 23 2010 11:03 PM CST
GALE TRUCKING LLC
VALENTINE, NE
402-389-1562

Posts: 5
looking for comments or preferences on weather to have counter balance on left or right side of the trailer, straight cow trailer, no hog or sheep rail pls post your likes or dislikes,, thanks REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Fri, Dec 24 2010 08:25 AM CST
CLINT CROWLEY
CROOKED OAK SERVICES
ST. ONGE, SD
605-642-2606

Posts: 1
either one will work as long as you can keep it upright chad merry christmas and abetter new year clint. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Fri, Dec 24 2010 02:21 PM CST
CHAD KOEHN
RUSSELL KOEHN & SONS TRUCKING
LIVINGSTON, CA
209-628-4353

Posts: 1

I like the left side myself. The reason is cattle can run straight in or out and when they are wild and on the hook it makes it a little easier
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Posted Fri, Dec 24 2010 09:58 PM CST
SANDY M
SANDY M
, SD

Posts: 3
Originally Posted by: CHAD KOEHN
Quote: " I like the left side myself. The reason is cattle can run straight in or out and when they are wild and on the hook it makes it a little easier"

Loaded and unloaded with both of these ways and have to agree. The straight shot to the back helps alot when off loading.
Havent seen many with the right side counterbalance either.

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Posted Sat, Dec 25 2010 09:54 PM CST
ROBERT "ROBBIE" DEES
GEORGE WASSENAAR TRUCKING
ONTARIO, CA
951-317-6651

Posts: 14
we have a trailer with a right side counter balance and I think its a pain in the butt... But maybe its because im used to my trailer which has a left side counter balance... But I do agree with the straight shot in and out. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE