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  • Welding trailer

    Designed and built a trailer to mount a Bobcat 250 welder/generater on. This trailer includes accesories such as a cable tree,lockable tool box, and a lockable rack that holds 2 six gallon gas cans, and a diamond plate bed. This trailer was designed to allow easy removal of all accessories and machine,and sides can be installed to permite use as a utility trailer or ATV hauler.Internal wiring harness and tail light cages for damage control complete the project.
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  • #2
    very very nice just need a slush guard in that climate

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    • #3
      One piece of wisedom to pass along, a year or so back I heard of a fellow that didn't play union games and had someone spike his gasoline, you might want to cover the spout ends of your spare fuel containers, it will also prevent siphoning.

      Oh yea, very nice rig. I really like the black boxes with the checkerplate lid

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      • #4
        nice setup
        looks great

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        • #5
          Originally posted by pjseaman
          One piece of wisedom to pass along, a year or so back I heard of a fellow that didn't play union games and had someone spike his gasoline, you might want to cover the spout ends of your spare fuel containers, it will also prevent siphoning.

          Oh yea, very nice rig. I really like the black boxes with the checkerplate lid
          Cool trailer,

          A note along the lines of the above post....don't take platic gas cans onto a commercial site....OSHA requires steel cans.




          That looks like a setup I need to invest in to build some corrals for people !!

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          • #6
            I would suggest some kind of locking mechinism for that trailer ....... its mass and even a lil s10 could drive away with it

            nice job -

            Dawg

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            • #7
              trailer

              First of all, that is the nicest weld trailer ever, u did a *****in job on that one i might have to make one myself. Did u build the whole thing from scratch or did u start with a trialer? Thanks, Patrick

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              • #8
                Awesome trailer. The Al treadplate sets it off perfect. It gives me some good ideas too!

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                • #9
                  awsome job man looks mint!

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                  • #10
                    Very nice trailer. simple yet looks like your ready to work.

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                    • #11
                      Looks pretty darn good. nice job.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Hammer View Post
                        Designed and built a trailer to mount a Bobcat 250 welder/generater on. This trailer includes accesories such as a cable tree,lockable tool box, and a lockable rack that holds 2 six gallon gas cans, and a diamond plate bed. This trailer was designed to allow easy removal of all accessories and machine,and sides can be installed to permite use as a utility trailer or ATV hauler.Internal wiring harness and tail light cages for damage control complete the project.
                        That looks really nice. The pics look like Wisconsin.

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                        • #13
                          The craftsmanship of your trailer is good advertising when you wheel into a jobsite!

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                          • #14
                            very nice job. your frame is made of what type of material please?

                            I need to build one of these

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                            • #15
                              Are we so bored that we are responding to post from fall 2005?

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