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  1. #11
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    it realy s-cks we have to bring up
    every pic ive spent 15k on miller
    welders and was going to buy the
    300 pro, dynasty 350, spectrum 875
    and the passport plus but if they
    cant spend a little more money
    to upgrade the site maybe ill
    look at lincoln

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    Grnxrymnky -- Nice work. If you attached some horizontal 1" x 2" wood cross slats on top of the wood floor of the trailer every 3' or so (use wood decking screws so the slats can be removed easily), the calves/stock will have a way to maintain their footing when in transit and/or when the floor gets slippery from the bovine deposits!

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    Default slippery business

    i did something else. i laid a piece of wire cattle panel down (same stuff i have the sides made of). its well coated with "grease" now. they seemed to do pretty well on that.

    thanks for the suggestion.
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    Grnxrymnky- fantastic work, man! Wish I could do the same.. too busy

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    Nice work, now you dont have to pay tax on another trailer.

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    Default the TAX MAN!

    Quote Originally Posted by tom37 View Post
    Nice work, now you dont have to pay tax on another trailer.
    i know exactly what you mean, but i just haven't thought about it like that. 1 Tag -- many trailers, but just one trailer!

    i need to put a cut-gate inside it and some proper lift points on it soon, front and back.

    one last steer to the stockyards in the morning and then wait for cattle prices to come back down -- buy low and sell high is the object of the game, right?
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    In a perfect world! Still waiting on cattle prices to come up in South Texas. The last two years have been pretty tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC Iron works View Post
    it realy s-cks we have to bring up
    every pic ive spent 15k on miller
    welders and was going to buy the
    300 pro, dynasty 350, spectrum 875
    and the passport plus but if they
    cant spend a little more money
    to upgrade the site maybe ill
    look at lincoln
    In case you didn't notice Lincoln doesn't have a forum... but you go ahead and do what you gotta do.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BC Iron works View Post
    it realy s-cks we have to bring up
    every pic ive spent 15k on miller
    welders and was going to buy the
    300 pro, dynasty 350, spectrum 875
    and the passport plus but if they
    cant spend a little more money
    to upgrade the site maybe ill
    look at lincoln
    what the heck is this here for? i'm just showin everyone my cleverness-ness-ness......
    1 BEST 6 Y/O HELPER IN THE WORLD
    2 VICTOR O/A TORCHES
    LINCOLN SP 175 PLUS
    4 EACH 20 TON JACKS
    SEVERAL LESSER TON JACKS
    SEVERAL GRINDERS
    LOTS OF HAMMERS MISC SIZES
    BIG PILE OF MISC TOOLS
    CLASS A CDL'S
    C7500 FLAT BED
    4 TRAILERS
    HOME MADE GANTRY CRANE
    SOME GOOD COMMON SENSE (I THINK)
    TRACTOR WITH NEW HEAVY DUTY LIFT POLE -- FIND MY THREAD
    6 GOATS, 1 DOG, 1 DONKEY...
    ON AND ON AND ON...

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