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    Unfortunately Rob is leaving the state and has closed his shop already. I am wanting to get a 4 wheeled wagon-style trailer built to pull behind 4 wheeler or truck (going slow off road) and haul supplies while having low tongue weight. Does anyone have a recommendation as to who to speak with about having such a trailer fabricated? The mass produced ones like T rex weight bit more than I am hoping for.

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    Tag a Long Trailers
    7751 Rancho Dr (5.10 mi)
    Anchorage, Alaska 99507





    (907) 344-8451
    If you do a google search there are some pictures of his work.




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    Quote Originally Posted by HoleintheHeadGang View Post
    Tag a Long Trailers
    7751 Rancho Dr (5.10 mi)
    Anchorage, Alaska 99507
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    (907) 344-8451
    If you do a google search there are some pictures of his work.





    Thank you. I got a recommendation for them from another fabricator yesterday- looks like they fab some nice trailers

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    Dave at Tag A Long does great work. Iíve had him help/do several trailer projects over the last several years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAR300 View Post
    Dave at Tag A Long does great work. Iíve had him help/do several trailer projects over the last several years.
    Thank you, I will contact him.

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    Just an FYI- I called and wrote different trailer makers and only heard back from one, (not Tag Along as I hoped). I have had nothing but good experiences in dealing with White Spruce trailers, so I took a chance that maybe they could help me out. They were prompt in contacting me and are going to fabricate some brackets for me to be able to use a 4 wheeled Bosski trailer in order to be able to handle some cumbersome items like sheets of plywood when heading in to property when it is too muddy to get back with my truck. Great people to do business with, and fair prices.

    Hope y'all have a great weekend.

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