I bought a 12' long, 6' wide Leonard utility trailer. Oh boy, she's a bute!
No more lumber sticking out the back of the family SUV. Now I can buy as
much lumber as I can afford without worrying about "Is it all gonna fit?"
Now I need to buy one of them dolly's (harbor freight $40) to roll it around
back so the neighbors don't have to look at it.
I bought the cheap dolly and regretted it. It has small, single wheels
that dig into damp lawn. I later got a longer rod for the axle and put
two wheels on each side, which does some better. Larger diameter wheels
like the heavy duty model would work better.
| I bought a 12' long, 6' wide Leonard utility trailer. Oh boy,
| she's a bute! :)
If you bought it, then it doesn't qualify as a gloat.
But it's a hum-dinger of a neener!
Yeah, you suck (all this crappy weather we're having is probably
caused by the low pressure area centered around your house)!
| No more lumber sticking out the back of the family SUV. Now I can
| buy as much lumber as I can afford without worrying about "Is it
| all gonna fit?"
That problem doesn't really go away - it just gets bigger and happens
a bit less frequently. <g>
Remember to check your wheel bearings from time to time.
DeSoto, Iowa USA
Not sure how heavy your trailer is - I have a 5x10 that I use that dolly on
and it works fine.
Just make sure the tires stay inflated and it works like a charm.
I picked up on sale w/ a coupon totaled about 25 bux - money will spent
IMO - make moving that beast around easywork.
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