New trailer

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by motorscot, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. motorscot

    motorscot LawnSite Member
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    It really was a good deal. The extra height will allow me to hang tools from the ceiling and the ramp is obvious as to how useful it will be. Pro-line had a 8 or 8.5'x20-24' with ramps on each side (maybe 60" or 72") which looked awesome.
     
  2. motorscot

    motorscot LawnSite Member
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    Finished up the framing for the workbench/storage area. The fuel station went in today and will be fully setup next week. I left enough room to put my small cans for 2 stroke mix on the shelf as well. I'll mount the trimmer rack and water cooler tomorrow and finish up the storage areas.

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  3. KrayzKajun

    KrayzKajun LawnSite Fanatic
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    very nice!!!
     
  4. motorscot

    motorscot LawnSite Member
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    I was able to get a little more done today. The mowers are in their positions for next month.

    Coming next: final coat on the floor and ramps, install fastraps for the 36 and 48, mount the water cooler, trimmer rack, tool racks, and some more odds and ends.

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  5. gdaddy301

    gdaddy301 LawnSite Member
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    Been looking for trailer lots out there, trying to find good deal on a cargo trailer can anybody point me in right direction?:usflag:
     
  6. JFGauvreau

    JFGauvreau LawnSite Bronze Member
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    looks good! very clean
     
  7. Manscape

    Manscape LawnSite Member
    from Mass
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    How do you like that "redhawk?" im looking at picking up a 32" to fit through my houses with gates. I've heard good and bad, but a commercial walk behind for $1399 sounds good to me.
     
  8. motorscot

    motorscot LawnSite Member
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    Trailers: Cargo South is made in Ocilla, GA. There are also plants in Pearson and Douglas, GA (both near Tifton). I got mine from Metro-trailers, but Pro-line trailers are also very nice. Those three cities make trailers for Metro and Pro-line

    Redhawk: the thing is built like a tank. Old school tech with modern Kohler power. You won't be disappointed. No electric PTO, no electric anything. Basic and sturdy.
     
  9. Manscape

    Manscape LawnSite Member
    from Mass
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    Awesome, just what I wanted to hear. Thanks....

    Up here in Mass goodluck getting a trailer like that for the price.

    6x12 Carry-on Trailer (probably the cheapest enclosed trailer brand you can buy) $3200
     
  10. B&M

    B&M LawnSite Senior Member
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    I wish more people had your view on the redhawk product line.
     

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