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new trailer to get ready

Post by RAB on Sat Jan 23 2010, 19:50

Managed to get a little bargain yesterday, bought this trailer yesterday, will carry up to a ton, just needs a couple new tyres, so overall its a bargain, im going to remove the sides and give it a lick of paint, the overall length is 8ft, http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=320478392823&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT

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Re: new trailer to get ready

Post by Statman on Sun Jan 24 2010, 19:49

Looks tidy ryan!

Did it tow ok?

Wish i can come tommorow but i gotta work Sad

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Re: new trailer to get ready

Post by BRASSO on Sun Jan 24 2010, 21:42

Looks fine for that money Ryan.....

Well done mate.

Cheers

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Much better than what i thought

Post by RAB on Sun Jan 24 2010, 21:45

the tyres are actually ok, dont really need replacing, ive seen alot worse , its quite heavy so towed well, Very Happy

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been busy today

Post by RAB on Thu Jan 28 2010, 18:10

were flipping it upside down on Saturaday to allow me to put the new 750kg axles on and to paint the bottom, i have left the head and tail board as i cant decide which one to remove, i have to remove 1 as i may end up running my water pump of the engine which means a long belt, heres it so far though , i have removed the old ply wood, and going to fit a thicker llayer of ply followed by 3mm checkered steel plate

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Re: new trailer to get ready

Post by Guest on Sat Jan 30 2010, 00:49

Ryan just remember that you'll have to beef up the bottom frame of the trailer to make up for losing the top end, to stop it bowing.

also check the rating of the tyres to be sure they can carry what the trailer can carry.

looks good though Very Happy

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will do that

Post by RAB on Sat Jan 30 2010, 02:56

its going to have a pair of new tyres anyway, tipping it over tommorow to change the axles Very Happy

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