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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by a plus bob, Apr 1, 2010.
This winter I fabricated a back saver for my Z trailer.I can lift it with one finger now
Looks great! anything that makes the job easier is a plus..
Would you give the measurements and how did you attach the cable to the spring?
I cut the angle end off and extended it to the end with a new top rail.I used a chain link fence post and cut about 6-8 inches off a 6 ft corner post.The spring is a 120 lb garage door spring.I used a smash link to attach it to a eye bolt.The cable end attaches to the other end with a smash link also.I have more pics if you need them.
Send them on
This is what I moved to extend the top rail.
Parts I used Except for the chain ended up not using it.
did you bolt the fence post down with the eye bolts? The front eye bolt is used for a guide or could you have just used a regular bolt. I really like the pulley on the ramp that was a good idea.
Thanks for answering
The back is held on with the eye bolt the end the cable comes out I had to remove the eye bolt and use a bolt to allow extra travel.The pulley doubled the spring power and really made a big difference.I spent around 60-70 dollars for the build.
Thanks for all the response
I may work on it this weekend