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    Not quite what you were hoping to see as for a boat build project but it will be going under a 34' vessel.

    36' long, triple 7000lb axles






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    Quote Originally Posted by Halibutgrove View Post
    Not quite what you were hoping to see as for a boat build project but it will be going under a 34' vessel.

    36' long, triple 7000lb axles





    Who's welding.......... Garrett

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    That is a monster!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armed_alaskan View Post
    Who's welding.......... Garrett
    No that's Mark

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    Nice looking trailer. I would get rid of the treated wood, though. You will have corrosion issues due to dissimilar metals. What's it going to haul?
    Spending my kids' inheritance with them, one adventure at a time.

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    Are the cross members bolted to the flange on the main beams?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoiled one View Post
    Nice looking trailer. I would get rid of the treated wood, though. You will have corrosion issues due to dissimilar metals. What's it going to haul?
    A 34' Fibercraft is going on it. 1/2" Uhmw will be on top of the treated. The trailer will wont really see many hwy miles used primarily to pull the boat for service and storage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark Bait View Post
    Are the cross members bolted to the flange on the main beams?
    Bolted w 5/8 SS bolts

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    95% complete. Just have to add safety chains and locate the bow stop once we set the boat on the trailer.








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    I think spoiled one also mend not putting treated wood directly on the aluminum trailer.

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