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Old March 10th, 2011, 11:00 PM   #13
muddbogger98
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DO NOT use hinges from a home improvement store they can't hold the load.

Make the hinges. a u-shaped piece of steel (1/4" thick) with at least 1/2" grade 8 bolts (12,000 lb. clamp load). A-frame tounge right, remove it (make sure not to damage it), align the "hangers" with the tounge ( at the end furthest from the hitch), weld them on the fame of the trailer drill holes through the ends of the toung and hangers. Run a bar across the a frame at the front edge of the deck and put a hanger across the deck of the trailer over the bar, dril holes install hitch pin. Then you have a tilting trailer.

tipping is gonna depend on the trailer (I have one that as soon as you pull the pin on the unloaded trailer it tips on its own).

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