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Posted: 11/27/19 02:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

NRALIFR wrote:

That is so freakin’ unsafe!
Not hooking the safety chains up is just unacceptable! [emoticon]

bucky wrote:

........... I'd love to see the rest of the trailer.


Just a D9 Cat back there. Problem?

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No big deal - and actually it's a D18

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Are you sure these aren't for comedy and reactions. Anyone who can come up with an idea and has all the pieces isn't stupid . All those pieces would cost as much as a proper ball in the box as long as the frame wasn't too rotten to install.

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It appears there is no pin in the second level back section of this nightmare.

The 1st section off the truck receiver is bending down from the weight.

IMHO this is an accident waiting to happen!

Lakeside

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lakeside013104 wrote:

It appears there is no pin in the second level back section of this nightmare.

The 1st section off the truck receiver is bending down from the weight.

IMHO this is an accident waiting to happen!

Lakeside

No pin needed in that location. That is for putting in another shank from the rear.
That way he could carry a flat platform carrier for his BarBQ grill. [emoticon]
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