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Old 01-26-2010, 02:07 AM   #181
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This is all i have so far long way to go still have to plumb the air
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Old 01-26-2010, 08:15 AM   #182
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Are you making jam?

Sweet setup though. Loved desiging the layout of my trailer to suit the way i worked.
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Old 01-26-2010, 08:58 AM   #183
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Heres mine. I thought i had posted it on here before but i must have done it on another forum!









































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Nice setup there BBConstruction..... very impressed. You don't have
an affinity for Makita Tools do you???
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Nice setup there BBConstruction..... very impressed. You don't have
an affinity for Makita Tools do you???
Lol thanks tlkrop 86 been asked that a few times on jobs. To be honest i dont think you can beat them for price/peformance and they aint let me down. I would have many more if they would just release some of the tools you can get in the UK and Japan. US seems to have a very limited selection of Makita tools for some reason.
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Old 01-30-2010, 01:26 AM   #187
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Got the trailer finished up for the most part today. Here are the finished pics.
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its a coin toss between tcleve4911 and chasing dreams, those are both very impressive set-ups.
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Thats some serious large trailer. I recon mine could fit inside that lol.
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Chasing dreams is that going to pull ok with all the weight on the one side like that?
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I would think it would be ok. I recon 80% of my weight is on my left side but the trailer sits perfectly level. I have had a few instances of the trailer swaying but the trailer sway control kicked in on the truck and sorted that out. But they were both with high cross winds. I recon uneven tire wera would be the main factor. reminds me i should rotate my trailer wheels.
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Lots of nice setups in this thread.........I was wondering, what do you guys do in the cold climates for things like the caulking, paint,glue and other things that should not get frozen..........I did not read through this whole thread so I am sorry if someone mentioned it. It is a pain in the azz to take that stuff out all the time because of the cold temperatures. I just leave my stuff in there and hope for the best. Not a real lot of perishables in there anyway.
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Lots of nice setups in this thread.........I was wondering, what do you guys do in the cold climates for things like the caulking, paint,glue and other things that should not get frozen..........I did not read through this whole thread so I am sorry if someone mentioned it. It is a pain in the azz to take that stuff out all the time because of the cold temperatures. I just leave my stuff in there and hope for the best. Not a real lot of perishables in there anyway.

I have never had an issue with caulk or glue going bad with freezing in all the years i been plumbing. It's more of a hassle really. In fact i think i remember seeing on the back of some caulk tubes that you should just thaw it out and apply at room temperature. I used a 1 gallon bottle of frozen glue the other day to glue some ply sub floor down. Took almost 2 days to thaw out though. I have no idea about paint though. You should be more worried about expiration date with silicons and caulk than freezing. Some company's even recommend freezing as a long term storage for glues and caulks. But i think it's more to do with silicon content of said product.
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Chasing dreams is that going to pull ok with all the weight on the one side like that?
It pulls straight as an arrow. I have to leave one side open for hauling windows and doors.

RussellF.....The trailer either comes into the shop at night or the silcones/caulks come in. During the winter the freezables live in buckets, and during the summer the go on a shelf.
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What's your source/vendor for those empty plastic jars? I might want to buy a bunch of those myself. Tell us a little more about your electrical wiring setup? I'm thinking about putting a 12 foot FRP BOX on my F450 and using PTO to power a aux air conditioner or lighting?
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This was taken about a year ago. since then it has been alot mor modified. so slick and made it for about $100
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very nice setups guys
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Nice setup Mike! I didn't know you could fit that much in a Taco!

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