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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by KrayzKajun, Feb 11, 2010.
What are rear roller wheels?
Where can you find these?
any trailer manufacturer will have them.
gravely guy, your in Indiana!!! you guys have tons and tons of manufacturers in that state. i think the majority of the trailers in Michigan are made in Indiana. Call Forest river trailers, thats who made mine. they just get welded on the rear frame rails. You need to hurry up and get them on the back of that 24' footer!
I know, look at the left corner. You say they cost about $150 + weld time?
I was going to just have a welding shop put a skid plate across the back for me before spring. That would probably cost about $100 to have done.
nice trailer!!!!!! rivet less walls like mine! yeah just get the rollers they are cheap and i bet if you take them the manufacture they will weld them on there.
i have pictures of the back of my trailer with the rollers on this site somewhere, alot of people asked to see them.
get them soon, you will be sick to your stomach when you drag a$$ out of a parking lot and tear that trim all off.
check out the pictures if you want to see them,
I don't care for the v nose, its harder to back up. I have a crew cab with a 8 ft bed, I need all the help I can get.
Thanks for the pics. My only concern with those is they stick down far enough that I'm going to have trouble backing into my driveway. They will always drag and may damage the concrete over time.
Did you get those at the Indy or Terra Haute location?
im not sure, it was just over the state line so what ever one is closer to michigan.