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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by troblandscape, Mar 20, 2005.
No, the piston is mounted to the frame it operates just like a shock on a vehicle.
Well today I bought a EZ Dumper Trailer. When I got home I hooked the sides of the dump trailer and the dump insert together, while the dump trailer was hooked to my other truck I lifted the dump trailer and it pulled the dump insert up and I proped the insert and jumped in and this is what I found.....
Yeah I know I need to start cleaning out the excess materials that fall around the motor, I will start doing it every week. The power wire was completely disintegrated where it met the motor.... I was a site to see!!! :alien: The picture is blurry but here are the wires
So It is all fixed and working and I am very happy. Thanks alot to all whos input helped me fix it. And Jerry thanks. Here is a pic of what got the job done.
nice trailer. What did that run you and how much can it hold and dump?
Trailer looks great!!! I think that I will be cleaning behind my ez dump motor today Glad to hear that you are up a running again.
Thanks, The trailer is rated at 10000lbs. so it can hold around 6500lb. It cost me 6000$ out the door. It came with the transport package with slide out ramps and hoops so I can transport a bobcat also.
do you have a pic of your ez-dumper in your truck
if you do can you post it thank's
Here it is Lawn PRo
Thanks that is like the one i have have any more pic