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Tools Trailer - "The Robber's Dog"

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by Squizzy246B, Mar 17, 2007.

  1. tylermckee

    tylermckee Senior Member

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    Yeah who makes that gullwing box, i like it. Would be great to stick behind the cab on a flat bed. Could fit all the hand tools i carry and the chain saw and cutt off saw
     
  2. digger242j

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    Try and pay attention, you guys. Squizzy doesn't go for any of that commercial off-the-shelf junk. Only custom made for him. :thumbsup

    (Which by the way, my compliments to Bob. They look fantastic.)
     
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    :eek: that's what happens when I get online in the morning without my first cup of coffee.
     
  4. digger242j

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    (That's ok. I had to go back myself and check that before I posted. I thought that's what I'd read, but I wasn't 100% positive.)
     
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    Ford LT-9000 Banned

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    Trailer looks good :)
     
  6. Squizzy246B

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    Yup, that will do it. Those type of tool boxes are very popular here for tradies

    http://www.roscos.com/products.php

    But they are too light and cost a fortune. I had these custom built, powder coated, stainless locks and hinges out of heavier material for less than they wanted for a standard box from some of the big mobs.

    Tyler, the box has a special spot for the laser, cut-off saw, spirit levels, tripod, power tools etc etc. A place for everything and everything in its place;...well...at least until my guys get to it:rolleyes: ....

    I can't wait.....I'll be in heaven......with Laura:eek:

    Its a go go Gadget copter skid...or maybe we just did it the same as this:D :

    https://www.heavyequipmentforums.com/Forum/showthread.php?t=2431&highlight=Loading

    I have the designs done for some signs either side of the cage but I'm thinking I should get some for the rear gate. That particular mini will not be going in this trailer anymore. I take the Yanmar or the skid in the truck.
     
  7. Squizzy246B

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    I can just see the wind rushing through her hair.........I digress

    Chip is a bit busy so the spinners will have to wait. The painters painted the hubs so that will have to do for now.