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Just built this so I can get wood before hitching...

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Simple. I like it.

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On 3/7/2020 at 1:08 PM, ANGRYBUTTCRACK said:

Just built this so I can get wood before hitching...

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That's cool!

So, what trailer are you running with now...Racer, looks Bada$$.

More pics...specs... :headbang:

 

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That's my buddies new trailer. We're going to do a 'walk around' video this week when we're in Glamis. It's custom and out of this world.

I'm good with my short little 28 foot (13 year old) WW that I picked up 6-9 months ago. This Carson trailer holds my buddies jeep which is also insane.

I couldn't believe we were able to get it in his driveway. Just barely fits.

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Should work good, Trailer hook up is going to be tougher without being able to see the ball.

Maybe a front piece of clear Lexan, instead of wood.

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1 minute ago, Dune Marshall said:

Should work good, Trailer hook up is going to be tougher without being able to see the ball.

Maybe a front piece of clear Lexan, instead of wood.

Nah, I can't see the ball anyhow. I have a portable camera, but it's a pain. Takes me like 15 minutes to sync with my phone. Yesterday, I bought the telescoping tennis ball. I think I know where to put it in front of the ball, but still inside the box. Then line up the ball with the goose and I should be good.

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1 hour ago, ANGRYBUTTCRACK said:

Nah, I can't see the ball anyhow. I have a portable camera, but it's a pain. Takes me like 15 minutes to sync with my phone. Yesterday, I bought the telescoping tennis ball. I think I know where to put it in front of the ball, but still inside the box. Then line up the ball with the goose and I should be good.

or a large telescoping magnet on a stick.  I did this when I had a gooseneck and it made it easy to see out the back window.

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Worked flawlessly.. over the ball on the first try.

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I need one of those balls...................

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The end is nears... Glamis Geck Loop

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Did he say “you can’t see anywhere it’s not raining” I don’t know why but I’m cracking up. 

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Still raining

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Tennis balls are money...….I have a backup camera but depth perception sucks so I put the magnet on top of my ball and go until the hitch on the trailer pushes it back.

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8:03 am in Glamis ... all is good

 

 

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Go roost some sand today. Peace

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