A few more details on the Jeeps would help. Stock, built with tire carriers, etc. would give us an idea on weight. The said, Mine weighs around 4.5k, LJ. 2 of those would be 9k. That leaves you 3k for trailer weight assuming 12k tow rating. I would think you could get away with a 28'-30' long trailer. Yank any spares off and throw underneath/inside to shorten the overall length of the Jeeps.
At that point where it's too much to list!
Weight won't be a concern with that truck unless you're in the mountains but in south Texas or anywhere in Texas you will be fine. I'd say something in the 30' range would be good. There would be plenty of room to manuever around when strapping them down. Oh and that trailer won't weigh 3k, probably more like 6k. My 20' bumper pull car hauler weighs 3100. 6" C channel, 5200lb axles, brakes on both axles.
You won't even know that you're towing 12k pounds with that truck.
according to the ford dealer, the only difference between the F250 and F350 is 1 leaf spring. So i agree. (my buddy just bought an F250 and considered a SRW F350)
HOWEVER, johnny law knows the difference if you're over weight. That's why i was asking.
Now that i think about it though i think bumper pull was 12,000. I bet a gooseneck/5th wheel is rated a little higher.
93 yj. 355 chevy, heads, cam, intake, etc. 35's, bumpers, winch, lights, and a killer stereo.
you will need a 20' trailer to get 2 TJs on, you may have to load them nose to nose if they have big aftermarket tire carriers, but a 20' will get both with a little overhang, no matter what you pull it with
From front of the bumper to the back bumper (with the spare removed), my LJ is 14' 8". I could easily let part of the front of my jeep hang out of the back, since there is 32" between the footprint of the front tire to the front edge of the front bumper. I guess letting 20-24 inches hang over would work. The other TJ (regular length) is about 13' 2" total length. I guess you need a foot or so between them. To me it looks like it would take a trailer that was at least 27 feet to make it work, and 30 feet would be ideal.
176" my LJ
156" the other TJ 12" space between the Jeeps
344" total (28' 8")