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  1. #11
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    I like the way you 'sunk' the storage around the tongue and axle. Every cu. in. of storage matters. So, how thick is the alum sheeting?
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  2. #12
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    That is the best set up for a bike trailer that i have seen. make sure you post pics when ur done. cant wait
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  3. #13
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    The alum sheeting is .100. This gives me enough thickness to not need framing. The fenders are the only part of the body so far I didnít weld to the main box. The reasoning is I wanted the polish the fenders to a chrome like finish and paint the box the color of my bike. I just got in my sheet of alum for the top. The top will be interesting because I am designing a table into the top. A little hard to explain, I hope to have some of it done in the next few weeks to show.

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