rock moving trailer


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Explanation on there. I think it would be easy to make one out of 3 " x 3 "
tubing, making it like a very large lever to lift the rock only a foot or
so. Easy to drop the rock just where you want it, too.
Steve
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Steve B
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I've moved rocks with my trailer that way, and right now I'm replacing an overstressed, cracked tire. (supper break)
jsw
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Jim Wilkins
Got it mounted, finally. The two foot long tire irons from HF are very persuasive. I should add that the bad tire was at least 35 years old, likely much more, and load range B. Gross weight of the trailer can be up around 3/4 ton.
jsw
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Jim Wilkins
Very nice trailer. Looks practical.
i
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Ignoramus18864
$10 at a yard sale. It pivots, too, to dump.
Steve
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Steve B
I HATE YOU!
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Ignoramus18864
On Wed, 14 Apr 2010 17:32:19 -0700, the infamous "Steve B" scrawled the following:
Wow, an Iggylike deal. Cool for you.
P.S: You Suck!
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Larry Jaques
Iggyrific!
--Winston
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Winston
On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 11:44:32 -0700, the infamous Winston scrawled the following:
Listen! What's that sound? Could it be a head swelling in Chitown? We should have also said it was a Gunneresque deal, Gunnerific! Bicoastal balancing of the swelling. (via the Great Lakes, eh?)
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Larry Jaques
Iggy has produced some iconic terms here. I would like to suggest that it is because he, like you, represents the essence of the group. A bunch of guys who take metal and work it into something.
Steve
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Steve B

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