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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by ranger350, Jan 3, 2010.
Looks like one awesome trailer
I miss my old garage... It wasn't that big but man I could do a lot in there. It was 14x14x34!
Burford's not too far from me. Perhaps you should get into the custom trailer business on the side. You'd have your first customer right here!
I know I could probably look it up or figure it out....but how much is that in us dollars?
Also, the ramps you made look like they may be slick with the rails going up and down. Do ya think that it will matter?
nice job ...........
yeah, for real. youi shouild start a custom trailer business as you would surely succeed.
i'll take 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That looks awesome! What are you doing for the floor?
Here is a couple shots from this spring with a roller. That roller is around 6,000 lbs easy plus about 3500 for the tractor. I made the rear light boxes as well.
As for building trailers if there is some people here that want a custom trailer I will be able to do it for the next few months, not sure exactly what something like this goes for but I can quote it out just PM me. Any trailer with an overall length of under 18 feet I can get powdercoated pretty much any colour or texture. Price wise i'm sure trailer places can do cheaper, but I guess you get what you pay for!
Ramps have raised/expanded steel on the top