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When hauling my pioneer at speeds over 55 my 6x12 tilt bed trailer shakes bad anyone have any suggestions as to why?
 

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Most likely not enough tounge weight on the tow vehicle. Try backing the Honda on the trailer, or pull it forward further if possible.
 

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When hauling my pioneer at speeds over 55 my 6x12 tilt bed trailer shakes bad anyone have any suggestions as to why?
if you cant pull it any further forward. pull it to 1 side of the trailer. itll create a sideways drag on the trailer and should get you a lil faster. and help keep your trailer under control
 

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Welcome to the forum. Aluminum or steel trailer? What are you towing it with? Any accessories on the Pioneer (top, full cab, windshield, etc)?
 

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Did you check the air pressure in the trailer tires?

Or even on your truck in the rear?
 

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Are you saying it is shaking up and down? Or side to side? How old are you tires?

Up and down could be the trailer tires out of balance? Look for missing tire tread. Check for bubble in the sidewall/tread.

Side to side could be not enough tongue weight. Pull forward more on trailer. Or low pressure in one tire?

Also is you trailer level or tipped back? If tipped get longer ball hitch to lower the tongue.
 
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