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Old 10-13-2002, 09:17 PM
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Trailer Idea Pictures

There are hundreds of posts on trailers here it seems, but none with pictures and great ideas all together. I am trying to get everyone with pictures of their trailer to please post them here. I am still looking for the ultimate setup, as far as storage and racks, ...etc. Open or enclosed. Everytime someone buys a new trailer it seems they are looking for good ideas for it. Come on guys.....Lets make this a great useful thread
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Old 10-13-2002, 09:29 PM
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heres a picture of my mowing trailer. I dont have a pic of the inside, but i have green touch racks. a two place trimmer rack, tool carrier holder and br400 rack. i also have two wheel clamps that holds my walkbehind in place. i also have a bungee holder on the inside to hold all my extra tie downs. the size is 8 by 14 and is all aluminum. the v-nose really helps when towing. you can use the front ramp to put the walkbehind out of , and the rider out the back, but usually i just put it all out the back
http://www.stslawncare.com/STS%20Law...ndscaping3.htm

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Old 10-13-2002, 10:47 PM
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LOOKS GOOD

MDB,
Your set-up looks pretty sweet.

How much does a trailer like that cost???

I like the idea of an enclosed trailer. For one thing, you wouldnt be worried about someone walking off with your tools while out on job sites. Keeps it out of the weather. Looks very professional too.

From reading up on trailers, it seems most people recomend dual axel and electric trailer breaks too.

Damn, it seems like you really need about 20K to start a nice biz set-up. And thats not counting a nice truck.

Hope everyone is doing well,
Turtle II
Eastern NC
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Old 10-14-2002, 10:13 AM
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here's a couple of my trailers...

24' dove tail, 12k gvw, with ramps.....20' enclosed w/ramp (getting new decals today...i'll post)

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Old 10-14-2002, 10:16 AM
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btw.....thats not my jd rear engine rider....lol.....it's my neighbors project....edit, cut, dub, color....lol
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