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  • #16
    The steel you have on the trailer will rattle off the trailer the way it is on the pic. Is this the way it is going to be when you travel from job to job .
    Nice trailer.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Daniel View Post
      The steel you have on the trailer will rattle off the trailer the way it is on the pic. Is this the way it is going to be when you travel from job to job .
      Nice trailer.
      PS: I was looking at the weld on your extinguisher and find them looking cold did you had trouble setting your welder?.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Daniel View Post
        The steel you have on the trailer will rattle off the trailer the way it is on the pic. Is this the way it is going to be when you travel from job to job .
        Nice trailer.
        With the metal chained down and with safety gate on back nothing has came out of trailer so NO your wrong it will not rattle out if you secure the load properly.
        Equipment
        Lincoln SA 200, Miller 252 , Miller TrailBlazer 275 and Hypertherm Powermax 600

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Daniel View Post
          PS: I was looking at the weld on your extinguisher and find them looking cold did you had trouble setting your welder?.
          My 12 year old welded that its a little cold but he did fine for its purpose its not coming off....
          Equipment
          Lincoln SA 200, Miller 252 , Miller TrailBlazer 275 and Hypertherm Powermax 600

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          • #20
            Originally posted by GunLocators View Post
            With the metal chained down and with safety gate on back nothing has came out of trailer so NO your wrong it will not rattle out if you secure the load properly.
            SORRY I didn't see the gate on the back, I THOUGHT you only used the chains. MY BAD

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            • #21
              Originally posted by GunLocators View Post
              My 12 year old welded that its a little cold but he did fine for its purpose its not coming off....
              That explains the weld LOL. He needs a few years of practice LOL

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              • #22
                Heck he is starting to get better he is about to start a cart project I will weld all the critical areas but I will let him weld what he can.

                The gate is removable so thats why its not in the pic. Great trailer had ir resprung and heavier axle as well..
                Equipment
                Lincoln SA 200, Miller 252 , Miller TrailBlazer 275 and Hypertherm Powermax 600

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by GunLocators View Post
                  Heck he is starting to get better he is about to start a cart project I will weld all the critical areas but I will let him weld what he can.

                  The gate is removable so thats why its not in the pic. Great trailer had ir resprung and heavier axle as well..
                  Start them young. I remember my first gocart skidoo motor. Good time

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                  • #24
                    nice trailer!

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                    • #25
                      good set up I like it

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                      • #26
                        welding cable spools

                        I'm very interested in how you made those spools to hold your welding cables. In the picture it shows them still plugged in when you wound them up. How did you get it to work? And how high up did you lift your trail blazer?

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                        • #27
                          smart looking trailer well thought out even with changes on the fly

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