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With all this trailer talk.................

I figured i would post my latest project. I had a 16' trailer i haul my tractor on but need a bigger trailer for landscaping for 2 days on my private route. Pics will be in order.....
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Added rub rails and a quick removal tailgate so i can still haul my tractor.
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Maybe you should do mine. Best I can do is $15.

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Sandblasted and painted.....
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Got about 30 hours in it and under $500...........
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Got about 30 hours in it and under $500...........
$20 then.

edit: that view is absolutely stunning. I see where you get your name.

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Single or double gorilla lifts? They are a definite MUST have.
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Single or double gorilla lifts? They are a definite MUST have.
I heard the gorilla lifts had cable problems with the plastic coating so I made my own works really well.
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I heard the gorilla lifts had cable problems with the plastic coating so I made my own works really well.
Over the years I've had both Gorillas and EZGates...and speaking from experience. I would only install Gorilla Lifts on my gates. I've seen some people "make" their own lift assists, but at the low price of the Gorillas why bother with the time involved?
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Double lifts. I just replaced my cables after 2 years. Cost me $20...........
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