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    Made a little progress on my pos trailer over the weekend. I wish I could say its road ready now but its not.
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ID:	19400Its not purdy but I think it will hold

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    I used some white foam rollers...it took a little time and finesse but I am happy with it. The paint would eat the roller after about 20 min.
    I will get some trailer pics up soon.....I dont even know if its worth trying to save...its pretty bad.
    Man, that came out really well!! Not too much shine, and very consistent considering its been chilly up there. Nice work!!!
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    Made a little progress on my pos trailer over the weekend. I wish I could say its road ready now but its not.
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    ATTN, MAY I HAVE YOUR ATTN: WILL JASON PICK UP THE WELDING COURTESY PHONE, JASON TO THE WELDING COURTESY PHONE PLS!!!! (GIVE HIM A BOX OF 7018 AND A 12 PACK, HE'LL GIT ER' DONE)
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    Man, that came out really well!! Not too much shine, and very consistent considering its been chilly up there. Nice work!!!
    Thanks....like I said I am not the best welder....but I think it will work. I have a couple more cracks in the next boat support forward.
    That one is gettin cut out and replaced all together. Talk about polishin a turd. The bad new is I cant afford steel until the first of the month

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    Don't worry dean, as soon as the trailer can travel I will box the frame in and make it Robo trailer. They call 7018 sticky rod for a reason, especially if you are a little rusty. Kregs float will be ready before the floods end 2017!
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    Don't worry dean, as soon as the trailer can travel I will box the frame in and make it Robo trailer. They call 7018 sticky rod for a reason, especially if you are a little rusty. Kregs float will be ready before the floods end 2017!
    You still thinky I need to box that?? I could be wrong but I think that might be the strongest spot on the trailer. I will edit in a pic later of trailer round 2.
    Last year my buddy paul had a trailer for sale in NM for 1k....and a guy in cali had one for 1400.00
    I hit them both up and neither were for sale now......I hope I dont regret putting the time and money into this pile.

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