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  • #16
    Bistineau,
    I do have two removeable trailer jacks mounted on the rear sides. As you said this allows me to unhitch the trailer, and continue to work. Thanks for all the good comments
    Bob

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    • #17
      Originally posted by ffbob101 View Post
      Here is a trailer I built to carry my Trailblazer 302. It is 6' x 10' with a 3" x 4.5 channel frame and 10 ga. on the deck. The bench on the back is 2' x 6' and has a 3/8" top. The vise is mounted in a 2" tube so that it can be removed or placed in the front of the bench. It rides on a 3500# axle and 15" tires. All the lights are recessed LED's. I am still making a few adjustments to how I am storing equipment, but all in all it is working out greaT!!
      Beautiful job.

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      • #18
        Plans

        Bretsk2500
        I do some road service type work and have the welder facing that way to keep out of traffic. A few extra steps is better than getting wacked by somebody driving and talking on their cellphone.

        Working on a plan now to add a jib boom to load heavy items on the bench. Thanks for all your input!!
        Last edited by ffbob101; 06-28-2012, 02:32 PM. Reason: spelling

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