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Old 06-03-2018, 12:32 PM   #1
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Finally Got My 7x14 Trailer Set Up


I finally had some time to set up my trailer. I spent a lot of time trying to figure out what size I needed. I wanted a 7x12 but they aren’t available in my area. So it was either 6x12 or 7x14. This is bigger than what I need but you know what they say, the bigger the better lol. I have an 8’, 6’, and 4’ ladder stored in racks on the side, tucked in always out of the way and easy to get to. The two heaviest tools I use are the chop box and table saw. I put those right at the back door so I don’t have to step in or out of the trailer while carrying them. I can stand on the ground and pull them right out along with their stands. I have storage on the right for sheet goods and 2x material on top of that. Lots of shelf space up front for everything else. I’ve still got some stuff to add for brooms and shovels and a couple small shelves for caulk and Spray cans.
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Old 06-04-2018, 08:14 AM   #2
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Re: Finally Got My 7x14 Trailer Set Up


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The two heaviest tools I use are the chop box and table saw. I put those right at the back door so I donít have to step in or out of the trailer while carrying them. I can stand on the ground and pull them right out along with their stands.
I made a fold out shelf for my miter saw. I can set the saw on the shelf while still standing outside of the trailer and then slide it in. Shelf is very handy to set tool boxes etc. on when working out of the trailer.
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