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    Senior Member DYNO TECH
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    My Old Trailer

    Thought I'd throw up a few pic's of my trailer I built. These just before I painted and then installed the box. It is 20' x 7' with 4' dove tail. Frame is 4" x 4" x 1/4" wall square tube with 2" x 3" cross bracing on 16" centers. Deck is 14 ga. tread plate. 2 5/16" bulldog hitch, elec brakes, 2 -3500lb axles, 3000 lb. winch mounter inside the box. The floor was sprayed with black Rhino liner and trailer originally black then later sand blasted and painted GM pewter to match my truck. I'll post the finished photo's when I get them located.





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    very nice job;;;well done 8) 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chevguy65
    Nice pics...

    they are almost as big as your avatar :P
    BUT--IS HE TRYING TO MAKE UP FOR SOMETHING ELSE ops: ops: ops: ---ONLY KIDDING BLITTLE, ONLY KIDDING--LOLO--LOLO :wink: :wink: :wink: --LIVELY


    BY THE WAY---NICE TRAILER

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    Alright, alright! I'll fix the pic size sorry about that. I guess it would be better if I just got rid of the avatar and had a signature since the avatar requirments on this site are the smallest I've ever seen. Talk about needing to make up for something? :shock:

    Oh Lively, I'm pretty secure about my manliness, so don't think I need to make up for anything. Hell, I'll even where pink! :lol: But I'm 6'3" and 305 so I can pretty much where what I want! :lol: :lol: :lol:

    All kidding aside, thanks for the comments, need to find soemof the finished photos. (smaller ones)
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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE lively's Avatar
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    well i am 5' 5" and weigh 165 lbs and most people think i am crazy[i really am not but i will let them believe it] :? :? :P :P ----by the way is that a camaro or firebird in your avatar?i never knew any specs on it.---LIVELY IN ILLINOIS

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    Quote Originally Posted by blittle
    Alright, alright! I'll fix the pic size sorry about that. I guess it would be better if I just got rid of the avatar and had a signature since the avatar requirments on this site are the smallest I've ever seen. Talk about needing to make up for something? :shock:

    Oh Lively, I'm pretty secure about my manliness, so don't think I need to make up for anything. Hell, I'll even where pink! :lol:
    some of my fav things are pink

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    Quote Originally Posted by spib
    Quote Originally Posted by blittle
    Alright, alright! I'll fix the pic size sorry about that. I guess it would be better if I just got rid of the avatar and had a signature since the avatar requirments on this site are the smallest I've ever seen. Talk about needing to make up for something? :shock:

    Oh Lively, I'm pretty secure about my manliness, so don't think I need to make up for anything. Hell, I'll even where pink! :lol:
    some of my fav things are pink
    My most favorite thing next to racing is! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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    Quote Originally Posted by lively
    :? :? :P :P ----by the way is that a camaro or firebird in your avatar?i never knew any specs on it.---LIVELY IN ILLINOIS
    It's an 80 Z-28, bought new in 1980. Now a S/ST'r and curently undergoing a backhalf transformation from ladder bar to 4 link. The new rear will have a Don Ness housing 38 1/8" axle flange to axle flange, MW 40 spline gun drilled axles, light weight MW 40 spline spool, MW aluminum thru bolt case, Lamb rear disc brakes, 16 x 33's

    IT currently has a 409 CID SBC, 400 trans with hughes 8" 5000 converter and trans brake, Inland Empire drive shaft, backbraced 9" with 5.13's lightwieght MW spool, MW axles 5/8" studs.

    The 409 is a grouted 4 bolt factory block, Cola 3.750 stroke forged crank, Eagle H-beam 5.7" rods, Ross 14:1 pistons, Lunati .665 roller, AFR 227's fully ported with port entruders, Super Victor intake matched to heads and topped off with 4150 HP1000 Holley, MSD ignition.

    That about covers it I think :wink: :lol:
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