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Old 01-05-2011, 09:37 PM
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The dual-tube type rack is much stronger. Make sure the tubes are long enough to be strong. They are bolted underneath the two main steel frame members. Rust is a problem--steel gets rusty quick if fert gets on it. Mine, (now sold) was made by welding and trailer hitch company. See my pics. It also disassembeled with 4 bolts in about 10 minutes for easy removal and storage by one person. The two-tube type is difficult to remove intact sometimes--a slight angle or skew happens--and the lift truck cannot remove it. Be sure to include anti-hopout bars so you don't lose your PG. Tiedowns and chains are good. Taillights and reflectors also good. License plate bracket...??
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