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  • MetalnTrucks
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    NICE! What a project. The wood looks killer as well

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  • Oldgrandad
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    Just WOW. Fabulous job, wonderful sequence of pictures. I'm sure you will get many any years of use from this trailer.

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  • not enoughsmoke
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    Originally posted by Chris401 View Post

    That is a slick trailer and I like the weight savings. Easy on the tires. I also like the penal hitch. You can drag a half grown back hoe behind your dump truck.

    Are the ramps fabbed scrap or modified UHaul box truck ramps?
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    Those ramps are from a old box truck. Great for loading light duty stuff,but not a car they are not near heavy enough. My john deere 6x4 gator or lawn mower they are perfect.

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  • Chris401
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    Originally posted by not enoughsmoke View Post
    Finally got around to finish wiring the lights and make some ramps


    That is a slick trailer and I like the weight savings. Easy on the tires. I also like the penal hitch. You can drag a half grown back hoe behind your dump truck.

    Are the ramps fabbed scrap or modified UHaul box truck ramps?

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  • aametalmaster
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    Nice job and pics...Bob

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  • drb1215
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    Very nice work!! Thanks for sharing all the pictures and documenting the progress.

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  • not enoughsmoke
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    Originally posted by ryanjones2150 View Post
    A nice addition to a really well done project.

    Probably not good enough for Franz though.

    I bet Olivero only wishes he could build something that nice.

    Curious how much it weighs?
    She weighs about 2640lbs right now

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  • ryanjones2150
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    A nice addition to a really well done project.

    Probably not good enough for Franz though.

    I bet Olivero only wishes he could build something that nice.

    Curious how much it weighs?

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  • not enoughsmoke
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    Finally got around to finish wiring the lights and make some ramps


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  • topgunner
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    That is professionally done and great transformation from being a scrap! I will come over to uncle's garage next weekend to help him install the railings and truck bed covers on his F150. I'll show this to him as he got some good scrap sitting on his other garage that could turn out so something useful like that one.

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  • pgk
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    Killer job man! Looks like all that hard work has paid off nicely. Buddy of mine just got one of those Badland 6 ton winches for his Jeep at H.F he cut off some of the cable off his to gain some more pulling power on short pulls.

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  • not enoughsmoke
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    The winch i got for the trailer

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  • not enoughsmoke
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    Removed the headace rack and installed some light for loading and reversing
    then installed some more lights on the drivers-side.



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  • not enoughsmoke
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    Had my first official test haul with it other than my lawnmower needless to say it pulls great on a long distance trip
    and finally got 2 center caps need to find 2 more to match



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