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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by sterlingmanager, Apr 1, 2009.
old junk to a dedicated way to transport our new z-spray, dry product, and, a nurse tank.
The trailer looks awesome man!! Hopefully it won't be too much of a bear to keep clean
Now that it is so pretty don't forget to wash/dress the tires.
wow, what a difference, nice
Very nice! I like the dual ramps, you won't ever have to worry about what side of the road to park on! How much bagged material do you plan on loading on at once? Is it to go in the back? I just wonder if the tank (when it's empty) and the machine would be enough to counter the weight of bagged fert if it's clear in the back of the trailer, will it still have sufficient tounge weight?
looks good but it wasnt that bad to start with. i am restoring a boat trailer and converting it into a utility trailer and i have to fab up new axles and everything for it.
very nice! always wondered wht a white trailer would look like!
It would look white silly.
Thanks for the nice comments. We have loaded the tank (150 gallons ) the Z and no problem towing with a 1/2 ton small v8, and, we figure we can load up to 2000 lbs of dry product on the rear of the trailer behind the tank. We chose that trailer because of the dual axles. Here is a pic of our first mock up.
wow.. great transformation
Another picture of some fab work for our ground spreader.