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Old 11-07-2013, 06:04 PM   #43
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I didn't like the 11" drop hitch I needed to get level and came up with this. Chromoly tubing and rod ends and grade 8 bolts.

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Old 11-07-2013, 06:10 PM   #44
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Now that has to be a long rig, with the tag!
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I didn't like the 11" drop hitch I needed to get level and came up with this. Chromoly tubing and rod ends and grade 8 bolts.

Then the problem becomes not scrapping the 11 inch drop in swales.
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Old 11-07-2013, 06:21 PM   #46
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38' Motorhome, 30' Car Hauler
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It's 8 about 80ft really easy to drive turns about the same with the trailer.
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Hasn't been a problem yet (had to look up swales). I take curbs slowly. It's ~15" off the ground with the trailer hooked up.
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After having this one built I would like to do one more and add 2 feet. No race cars inside just toys, but I did spend about 10 years crewing on a T/F dragster and have a world championship ring from 93. What great times those were.
That is a very nice rig and stacker. Will a full size Crew Cab SB pickup fit in your 24'?

BTW, which TF team did you crew?
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That is a very nice rig and stacker. Will a full size Crew Cab SB pickup fit in your 24'?

BTW, which TF team did you crew?
Scottybdivin, not sure why the truck wouldn't fit. I have one but it's never been inside. The trailer is 96" wide inside less the thickness of the lift posts which I would say 8" total. Wouldn't leave much room on the lift. Inside height is 11"1'.

Looking at your avatar you have probably heard of the T/F driver....Eddie Hill. Ed was also in the record books for about 10 years with the T/F Hydro record in a non capsule boat and I think it was 217 MPH before he went back to the pavement.
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Here's my latest but the trailer will soon be different
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Going to get it painted?
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No, that one came with the coach when I bought it. I already sold it so will be hooking it up to my current 30' lift gate stacker.
Your Eagle looks great!!!!
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