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Thread: First shot at an expo trailer

  1. #11
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    True....the first could be used post accident....
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    LOL...good point!

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    added some scrap sheet metal I found today for siding

    . And after last nights excitement while I was playing a floundering Ben Hurr in a chariot race gone bad....I added chocks
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    Just took it on first road test
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    What you doing for fenders?

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    I have some angle iron and more sheet metal....thinking of building fenders like thar
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    mounted the top....but will need to re do it
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    When I saw the picture above I thought Idaho for some reason. Then saw your license plate. Looks like your making quick progress. If you need a hand on your trailer let me know, I'm in Ada county also.

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    I might take you up on that.... I have no idea what I am doing....


    Btw....anyone see any issues if I chop the back end of the trailer off? My concern is balance and that it would add weight to the toungue.
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    Default Another first timer...

    I don't know enough to comment on shortening your trailer. I just chimed in because I too am doing my first offroad trailer and having a blast with it.

    Good to see someone else just jump in to it and do it. Good luck and keep us updated.

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