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    Enclosed trailer build

    So I need a enclosed trailer to leave m tools and mx bike in. It will double as a caravan when away racing and will be used when I get off my ass and come down and maybe over for a ride with you guys.
    Been at it for a week the plan is to be finished in 4 more weeks.
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    She's getting there
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    looking good mate

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    I'm over it, goin for a ride!
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    Where dya get the axles and hubs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Large View Post
    Where dya get the axles and hubs?
    You could try here Large........http://www.marshall-eng.com.au/

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    So ive done fuckall the last couple of weeks due to MX and work takin all of my time. Smashed out a bit today.

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    You might consider drop axles for easier loading/unloading although I see you have the wheels above the frame.

    Doesn't that make the width inside a pain?

    I'm on my third horse float and getting things in and out with standard beam axles can be tricky on some ground.

    Good luck with the build, Nice wheels.

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    Have looked at drop axles and may go that way down the track. Its a poormans base station and will have racks down the sides over the wheel wells so not to worryed about them.
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    Lookin good Matty. Saw some Base Stations at Panna when I was there and they were really kitted out.

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    i like that
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    If I ever need elephants moved I'll call you first Matty.

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    looking good matty thats gonna be awesome

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    Make sure you check the Reg's they've changed for over 1500kg, you'll need brakes on both axles and if over 2000kg breakaway brakes.

    I went for electric as it was easier to wire up rather than plumb up hydraulics, bloody expensive but cheaper than breakaway hydraulics!

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    and steer clear of cable disc jobs we run them at work and wow repeat business is say they just fall apart , electric is the go

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    So after a my mig died, i had to wait for a new one to turn up. New mig here and a few more lengths of 25x25

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    Structure done may the sheeting begin! Happy days

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    fuck that some work, bet your glad thats over
    how do you find the everylastmachine? I looked real hard at them for a tig and am intrested in their 50 or 60 amp plasma.
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    There pretty good, had my first one for around 2 and a bit years and put 2 25kg roles of wire through it then the wire feed motor died a month ago. Call up everlast and a new one turned up in the mail 1 week later. i'm stoked with there service, they are keen to please. I had there 60amp pilot ark plasma and it was a good bit of kit but didnt use it much so moved it on. last i heard its going well.
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    Good to hear thanks Matt
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