Good to here from you Andy. How goes the schedule for race season for you.Bet that foreman you had on trailer project has grew a bit since then.
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Thread: Trailer Question
01-26-2009, 07:24 PM #11252 Miller Mig
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01-26-2009, 07:50 PM #12
It's been a little hectic but we keep on trudging along like everyone else
My schedule for this year is a little less than last. I should be out of town only 19 times or roughly 85 days
I may even get my vacation in this year.....
My little buddy is 6 year old now. He still likes the shop. Last week we built a little "robot" out of scrap metal. He likes to draw things out and make me build them
I'll get him under a hood soon.
02-08-2009, 05:38 PM #13
Left to Right
I Alwase go left to right for the main purpose that it stiffens the frame and also helps from from the trailer twising. I have built Many diffrent types of trailers as small as 5x10 utilty trailer to 8x50 semi log trailers and going ;eft to right is the industry standerd
02-08-2009, 06:24 PM #14
A Yamaha Grizzly is 81.3" long, almost 7 feet. To get two on a trailer, you'll need 14 feet.
If you use a plywood deck, you could place 4 cross members under each of the ATV's axles for deck support. A steel deck wouldn't care.RETIRED desk jockey.
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