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the new rig:
c-dale quick and 3' x 5' trailer
My new ride, a c-dale quick
Nice! I've always wondered what it's like to haul on a bent.
Yes, the latest "grocery getter". entire chassis is aluminum, 24.75 x 36.75 and the fenders are stronger than necessary (.125" 6061 T6). also, the BAW towarm is a great investment. Overall width...
Thanks! Here's a shot of the chassis before all the hardware is attached:
northern tool 16"5 SPOKED PNEUMATIC WHEEL...cheap as i could find with 1/2" axle.
$15 each last time i checked...good wheels...although when storing the big trailer on its side, the wheel flexed...
Thanks, more than 2 bungees, and I only had to go about a mile ;)
not sure of the make or model, but it's probably trailer #10 we've built (the big boy, 40x72" chassis)...recently added a BAW tow-arm which, for $65, has been a great investment...:thumb:
The terrain you traverse will directly affect the life and durability of your trailer. A simple cloth-bed trailer rated at 100# capacity will probably be able to haul 200# over several thousand...
What if you put a really beefy front wheel, like a 700 35 36 spoke double walled blah-blah doohickey, up front, and grew really strong arms?
I'm wondering if cetma can build a 24 rail rack? i...
400 some gallons of recyclables
4 days, eleven hours and twelve minutes, not including potty breaks.
The new trailer, model "BFT"
sorry to post in two threads, but this was my big one for the day :)
Preparing for a scrapyard run (only 120# of cans, though it looks like a lot)
quick question, do you folks feel that core temperature affects the way your fingers and toes get chilled in cold weather? In the morning, on my first trips, fingers get numb fast, but after