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some pic of my trailer

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  • some pic of my trailer

    This my new trailer that I'm building. I plan on putting my welder and tools
    on it, and hopefully get some work. (I'm not finished yet.)I'll be posting more pics later on.
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    Last edited by erod; 05-18-2009, 04:46 PM.

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    So whats up with the dip on the rear rail ?

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      Tongue weight

      Looks like you'll be proportionally tongue heavy with the wheels so far back, unless you are planning to put a lot of weight behind the axle. Try to keep the tongue weight around 10% of total loaded trailer weight. It will be easier on the tires, trailer, equipment, and for the vehicle pulling it.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by fabricator View Post
        So whats up with the dip on the rear rail ?
        well the dip is so its looks different, nothing special.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by fabricator View Post
          So whats up with the dip on the rear rail ?
          Originally posted by erod View Post
          well the dip is so its looks different, nothing special.
          Musta worked.

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