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  • Darmik
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    Trailers

    That's a pretty cool site

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  • lilredex
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    Depending upon where you are, this may be a source. Click on the upper right for their parts inventory.

    http://www.miskatrailers.com/

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  • Bmxin^Bjorn
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    ohhh.. ok .. i diddent know what you were talking about.lol.. well i'm glad the isent anything wrong with my work

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  • Darmik
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    Impressed with work

    Hey Bmxin^Bjorn what I ment to say was that I'm not impressed with where I work sorry if I made you and everybody eles on this site think that I was talking about your place of work.

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  • youngwelder_154
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    Bjorn it jsut sparked my interest, do youy have any pictures of the trailers you have built. I am very interested to see the work you do.

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  • Bmxin^Bjorn
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    i'm sorry if you wernt empressed with our work ,, i'm not shure who did it but in all my work i give 110% and if you give us a call and ask for Bjorn i can fix whatever wasent to your standards..

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  • Darmik
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    E & H Hitch

    Where I work at altec we sometimes get you guy's to do work for us but then I have only bin there for 5 months now ( Not impressed to say the least)
    Good luck with your own bis though

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  • Bmxin^Bjorn
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    nooo .. i work at E & H hitch shop, and i own BJ's MFG. I just get my stuff from pacific axle. we have been dealing with them for years.

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  • Darmik
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    Originally posted by Bmxin^Bjorn View Post
    Pacific Axle is located in Langley B.C. by the new casino. i dont know where abouts you live but if your far away from here dont bother: they dont ship or anything.
    Is this where you work? Or is this what you own

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  • jfsmith
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    I would look at junkyards for the rear axle from a Chrysler MiniVan. That would be a good beginning to build a decent size trailer.

    IN Canada, nothing is thrown away, so you could find the parts in your area. What province are you in?


    Jerry

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  • arc
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    you might be able to find what you are looking for here-
    http://www.dexteraxle.com/canada

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  • Bmxin^Bjorn
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    Pacific Axle is located in Langley B.C. by the new casino. i dont know where abouts you live but if your far away from here dont bother: they dont ship or anything.

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  • Sparky C
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    Try Redneck-trailer.com ?

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  • hit_em
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    do they have a website? And were are they located?

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  • Bmxin^Bjorn
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    the way i've been doing it is there are axle shops around and the make any size you want it's not too pricey ether.. I get all my stuff from Pacific Axle. They are a good price for most trailer parts

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