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Old 03-30-2014, 03:18 PM   #21
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Does it have a side door?
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Old 03-30-2014, 03:20 PM   #22
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Is it the crap in the garage, or the gut that is the issue? LOL sorry I had to ask!!
For me It would be a combination of both!

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Looks like a side door in the one picture, it is open! Has a broom and dust-pan hanging on it from what I can see?

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Looks like a side door in the one picture, it is open! Has a broom and dust-pan hanging on it from what I can see?
Oh yeah it does, doesn't it, I didn't notice it. I really didn't want a side door.
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QCCI, Yup is does have a side door too.



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Is it the crap in the garage, or the gut that is the issue? LOL sorry I had to ask!!
For me It would be a combination of both!
Mine is mostly the junk in the garage "Mostly"




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Pittsburg seems kinda far. Decisions decisions.
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What's the clear height of the rear door opening, and GVW?
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Pittsburg seems kinda far. Decisions decisions.
Not to hi-jack, but your in my neck of the woods and if you don't bite on this deal; maybe you would be interested in my 6x12 dual axle haulmark trailer! Then I'll dig up the rest of the cash to go buy the op's trailer.. Lol

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What's the clear height of the rear door opening, and GVW?


The GVW is 7,000 lbs

I'm not sure of the opening on the rear doors, I'm stopping by my garage tomorrow. I will measure it.



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The GVW is 7,000 lbs I'm not sure of the opening on the rear doors, I'm stopping by my garage tomorrow. I will measure it. Dave
If you stop in on your trailer, can you measure and see if 16' material would fit in the 14' trailer with the material up on a high shelf at the front and angled down to the floor at the rear. I really need a trailer I can fit 16' lengths of trim and stuff into.. Thanks Ron

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If you stop in on your trailer, can you measure and see if 16' material would fit in the 14' trailer with the material up on a high shelf at the front and angled down to the floor at the rear. I really need a trailer I can fit 16' lengths of trim and stuff into.. Thanks Ron

Yup that's no problem Ron.


I will post my findings tomorrow evening when I get home.

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Ok guys here are the specs on the trailer.


The wall framing in 16" OC
The floor is 24" OC

The interior length in 164 1/4"
The interior width is 75 1/2"
The inside height is 79"
The clear rear door opening height is 74 1/4"


Ron, it looks like the only way 16'ers will fit is from the front left or right top corner to the opposite rear bottom corner. And even then 16' trims would be no problem, but any bigger lumber than a 2x4x16' and it won't have any flex to fit, you could probly only fit one or two big 2x's


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Also here is a couple pics of the small dent in the front right diamond plate corner.

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Sent message. Interested. Thanks
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Trailer is sold!!



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Great to hear that, Dave!
Hope it was good for both! P.S. I know who is buying the next round of cold beverages!! LOL Dave in Pa

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