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Old 12-10-2011, 08:36 AM   #1
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Together for the first time. 60 feet of fun

I got my shop trailer hooked up yesterday for the first time. I discovered the engine block heater plug in the back compartment will power the trailer to include the AC and air compressor. Next step is to haul everything over to a stadium parking lot (seperate) and see how much fun it is making turns.

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Just don't do the practice run when they are having a ball game at the stadium!
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I know the nose extension is angled but it sure looks close! I'm only suggesting it looks close not that it will inhibit your turning radius.
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when you get that trailer painted to match.......


what kind of "shop" you running out of that trailer? are you a carney ?????
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