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14K GVW Deckover trailer

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  • #16
    a lot of secondary roads here in Ca are 96" max.

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    • #17
      Ya, there are roads like that in every state, however the main freeways and highways are 102".
      If there is a job that needs to be done on the restricted roads and you need to be on that road more than once, get a temp permit. Those are not so bad

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      • #18
        i was doing alright until i had to turn my head sideways to view that 1 pic-no, just kidding. nice job. all with a miller suitcase mig welder?-the 8 model or 12!

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        • #19
          I used my TB302 and the 12vs suitcase

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          • #20
            Trailer

            Wow Wish I had that for land scaping block would work awesome Great job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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            • #21
              Amazing work.

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              • #22
                Nice trailer, my little 5 x 10 that i'm building pales in comparison. Did you start the build in an apartment complex parking lot?

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                • #23
                  I started behind my shop. I didn't have enough room inside so the parking lot became the build location.

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                  • #24
                    nice trailer

                    great job on the trailer! could you tell me were you got the design, and how much it weighs?

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                    • #25
                      I design my own trailers based on the requirement of the customer.

                      weighs in at 3200 lbs.

                      I had stated earlier in the post that it was about 2100 lbs. I didn't include the tires and axles.

                      I had it on a truck scale so it could be registered in CO and it weighs 3200#

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