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Trailers

CutsForLess

LawnSite Member
Location
East Texas
Well I moved up to a 16' enclosed trailer this year and I love it, no more loading and unloading the equipment out of the shop. I just leave it all locked up in the driveway, also can go places when I am done working and I dont have to worry about getting everything stolen. This is by far the best purchase I have made so far. I have it rigged out nicely inside with everything mounted on the walls, I even added some cabinets to hold my oil and extra parts and tools, no more digging through the truck toolbox looking for something. Anyway I just thought I would share that.
 

J&R Landscaping

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
Bensalem, PA
You need some pictures of the set-up! It sounds nice but pics are worth 1000 words.
 
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CutsForLess

LawnSite Member
Location
East Texas
I have some racks built inside the trailer to hold my fuel cans, that way they dont slide around. I dont think it is much different than storing them in my hot metal shop building.
 

Ramairfreak98ss

LawnSite Silver Member
when I am done working and I dont have to worry about getting everything stolen..
I never thought about this, i really hardly ever stopped much when i used my open trailer before, plus a lot of time my small stuff was just in the back of the pickup truck, but most areas i do arnt problematic for theft... if it was, yeah man id be worried! enclosed would be the only way!
 
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