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Do you guys think that this trailer will work for my first rig?

http://boston.craigslist.org/sob/for/2748319170.html

It is rated for 3000 pounds, I think it should be enough to get me going.

I am hoping I will be able to get it for $900.



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I give my blessing. Heavy items towards the center.

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I've been wanting an enclosed trailor for a while. That should work great for you.

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The only thing that I am worried about is having to much room, although that may be silly. I just don't want to look like a rookie with a barren trailer! lol

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You'll find a way to fill up the space. Trust me. 2 years you'll be looing for suttin bigger.

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I suppose that is true, I might just build higher rails to hang banners on. That could make it appear less barren.

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     I bought a very similar trailer 8 by 12 foot brand new five years ago for $800.00 I think, in Okeechobee Florida, it was a (Anderson brand). I have one a bit smaller for my pressure cleaning business with 2 tanks (100 gallon and 250 gallon,2 reels, pressure cleaner mounted and low pressure set up. It is very packed. The bigger trailer we use in our rehab business and is very handy and easy to pull.

 

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No such a thing as too much room.......Trust me.

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Trust me,,, before you know it you will have that puppy filled up. Mine is a 6.5x12 and there are plenty of times that I wish I had MORE room. The only thing is that the next rig I put together will be a duel axle so that I can carry more weight.

 



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Larry, that does not look fun to work with!

Go for the trailer, as others said, it will fill up quickly.

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Larry, that does not look fun to work with!

Go for the trailer, as others said, it will fill up quickly.


 

You would be surprised at how much work we pump out of that rig. Everything is where it needs to be and easy to get to.

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Well I bought the trailer today, and have it in storage for the time being. Over the winter I am going to get it all set up. Starting with rubberizing the floor!
I just located some 55 gallon containers to get me going. I bought 4 of them for cheap money. I would love to get a horizontal tank with legs but the cost difference is nearly $300.
Thanks for all the advice guys.

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Ok They took the ad down already so I'm not sure how big it is. I started with a ten foot enclosed trailer and I'm looking for bigger now but at the right price.

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Its actual usable space is like 6.5'x12'. Which after looking at it should be just right to get me rolling.

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Post some before and after pictures would like to see you rig!



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I will do Brian, I am psyched to get this going. I am currently working with Lori on a setup.

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are you going 12v or Air for your set up.



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Local tractor supply stores have 125 gal tanks for 199.00, Thats what i'm working with

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I am going to go with a 12 volt setup I think, if things go well then I will upgrade to the All flo. I am still on the hunt for a good tank, possibly through Tractor supply if they will price match.

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they probrably wont price match becuase of shipping cost.

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