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Discussion in 'Trailers' started by ctkiteboarding, Sep 6, 2011.

  1. CM1995

    CM1995 Super Moderator

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    That's a nice looking trailer CT, congrats!

    I like the full width ramps, a very good plus when you have to load different types of equipment like rollers and smaller iron.
     
  2. mitch504

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    Can you post a few pics of the way the airbags lift the ramps? I want to put a similar system on one of my lowboys.
     
  3. ctkiteboarding

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    willdo been cleaning up the wheels hubs etc and servicing the hub fluids so ill snap a few
     
  4. ctkiteboarding

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    here are some linkage pics and the daytons after a good cleaning and some paint
     

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    moved the 140 today:)
     

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    Very nice trailer. Did you take the 140 over the scales? Wondering if you can get the weight balanced to be legal.
     
  8. ctkiteboarding

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    no haven't had time to weight it (or much of anything it seems lol) but I hope to do that soon , i dont think the 140 will be over maybe a 160 would have issues with the 18k max law but the scale will tell and ill post the result ,truck and trailer pulled very well and loading it is about as easy as it gets