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Thread: Welding Trailer

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    Default Welding Trailer

    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!!
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    Last edited by ffbob101; 05-23-2012 at 08:47 AM.

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    Default Some construction pics

    Here are some construction pictures
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    Default More pics

    A few more
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    Default Paint Pics

    Some Paint pics
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    Default Some Finished Pics

    A few more finshed pics
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    Default Working

    Here are a few shots of it paying the bills!!!!
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    Very nice. Maybe add a jib crane to the rear . I hate working on the ground. Well, that's is better than below ground . Perfect mate to the TRAILBLAZER!

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    That is a very nice trailer. I enjoyed the pictures, thanks for sharing.
    Nick

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    Looks good! I'm working on a similar set up. How do you like the table on the back vs. just an open area on the deck? Is the table permanent or did you make it removable?

    Gary

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    Looks good. I like the bench on the back, never seen that before - good idea!

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