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    Does anyone know a good source for a 20'-25' goose neck plans (flat deck, single wheel, double or triple axle) I cant find anything. Or perhaps how to modify the plans for a duel wheel.
    Do I just move the hanger out????

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    I made lots of them with tandem and tri axles but none with the duals. Those were just coming out when i quit (retired) building trailers...Bob
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    • #3
      All of our equipment trailers are dual wheel tandem axle. [where I work we have about 20-25 of them] I dont have any specs [I do have axle/brake specs] but if you need any pics i"ll take some. Most are 24000 GVW and some were built in the late 80s. we have re-decked and rewired them several times


      Nice trailers Bob!
      Last edited by HMW; 09-19-2007, 10:52 AM.
      Scott
      HMW [Heavy Metal welding]

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      • #4
        Originally posted by HMW View Post
        Nice trailers Bob!
        Thanks HMW. Wish i would have took more of them as i only have about 50 pics of the 500 trailers i made. I was young dumb and stupid back then and never thought about taking pics for future use...Bob
        Bob Wright

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        • #5
          Those are some nice trailers. Which hubs had breaks on the triple?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jasonmckibben View Post
            Those are some nice trailers. Which hubs had breaks on the triple?
            We always ordered brakes on all axles, the difference in price wasn't that much. We used new axles from motorwheel (goodyear) in Pine Grove Pa. The smaller trailers used our own axles because we made axles for other people. At the end i could make my own 7,000 lb axles because i could finally by the parts. Axle parts we almost hard to get 30 years ago, today they are everywhere...Bob
            Bob Wright

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            • #7
              Originally posted by aametalmaster View Post
              We always ordered brakes on all axles, the difference in price wasn't that much. We used new axles from motorwheel (goodyear) in Pine Grove Pa. The smaller trailers used our own axles because we made axles for other people. At the end i could make my own 7,000 lb axles because i could finally by the parts. Axle parts we almost hard to get 30 years ago, today they are everywhere...Bob
              Oh and if the tri axles didn't have brakes on all axles the rear set was the dummy the front 2 axles had the brakes..
              Bob Wright

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              • #8
                Here is another of my trailers i built 25 years ago i just found sitting in my town. There is a local const. company fixing the streets and it is theirs. Still looks pretty good. Someone added the jackhandle but the rest is mine...Bob
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                • #9
                  trailerplans.com has some gooseneck plans not sure if they are what your looking for or not

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                  • #10
                    Someone added the jackhandle but the rest is mine
                    At lest they painted it to match, we wouldn't want it to look out of place or anything

                    I have plans for a 35' I think Ill just modify those.

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                    • #11
                      Northern Tool has a number of different trailer plans with the specs. I hope this helps

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