Palouse wheat harvest video - pretty awesome footage.
I recognize the farmer there. We farm east under the power line closer to the Blue Mountains. There is a lot of variety of terrain. We run levelland Gleaners on our steep slopes. We haul to the ram elevator so see those trucks a lot in the summer. Great to see videos of our area.
The main thing for length is for bridge laws. No law on axles on trailers. There are some three axle and some 4 axle trailers being pulled behind a straight truck. More axles makes it that much harder to pull am empty trailer up some of the grades. We have grades our semis with triple axle trailers just won't go up while our truck and trailer outfits will climb. If real remote we can drop the trailer and just run the truck. Most truck taller combos aren't making a long highway run like a semi.Why do they have such waaaaay long A frames on the trailers? And do you have laws that mean you have to use single axle dollies instead of tandem?