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Old July 15th, 2006, 04:54 PM   #1
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Here it is, a 1999 Ironman trailer currently rated for 10000# and is 28 feet long it has torsion axles ,I bought it last year and stripped the wood deck off, I added a 4ft beaver tall to the 24ft flat deck and sheeted it with 1/8inch diamond tread,it also has a 8x8 upper deck over the gooseneck that is also sheeted with the same decking.I went through the axles and replaced the brakes,bearings,hub and drum assemblies,tires and wheels.I have put maybe 1500 miles on it since doing the work.I am going to paint the decking and new metal with chassis saver paint.The trailer only has 2 5000# axles under it right now I was going to add a third but have not got around to it yet it also does not have ramps(I use the ramps from my other trailer if I need them).I would be willing to add the third axle and build ramps for the cost of materials ,the axle and related parts,no labor or welding cost(the trailer should easily carry 15000# as the main I beams are at least 10 inches tall and the frame work is a lot heavier looking than some of the higher rated trailers I have looked at).I currently haul two jeeps(1 stretched 12 inches with 1tons and 39Iroks) on this now and it pulls great ,even at 70mph on the highway.I am looking for $3700 obo for this but would consider a 18 foot or bigger car hauler as partial trade.Also this is a deck over and it is almost a full 8feet wide.It also comes with 4 spare tires and wheels.My number is 231-946-3897 and my name is Tim,leave a message if no answer.The trailer is almost 36feet from goose neck to tail.I will deliver for fuel cost only.New price is $2700 the way it sets(the reason I am getting rid of this is my brother is selling his jeep and I do not need a 2 place trailer also I am doing some remodeling at my house)Now the price is $2600.

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Old July 15th, 2006, 05:06 PM   #2
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do you have the weight of the trailer alone? and what is the deck length as of now? 20 flat plus 4 beaver tail?
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Old July 15th, 2006, 08:02 PM   #3
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I do not know on the weight, and the deck is 24ft flat with 4ft beaver,also 8 ft up high over gooseneck in front of 28ft.Could most likely fit a fullsize bronco or blazer and a jeep(with the extra axle).Thanks
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I do have pics now,I can email them or if someone could explain to me how to post them I would appreciate it.(I am a moron when it comes to the computer)
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email them to me and I'll post em for ya, I'm interested in it too, so I guess I should say if I don't want it I'll post em for ya :)
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I do have pics now,I can email them or if someone could explain to me how to post them I would appreciate it.(I am a moron when it comes to the computer)
click on reply
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this will post the pics as attachments, but can be easily viewed from there by all.
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Akozman,I sent you a PM. I attemped to post the pics but I was told the pic size was to large so I am trying to figure out how to resize.
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get photochop, its works wonders.
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Akozman,I sent you a PM. I attemped to post the pics but I was told the pic size was to large so I am trying to figure out how to resize.
here ya go, I don't host them on great lakes 4x4 so the size isn't an issue for me (I use my own website to host them and then put a link to the pics for peeps to see)

I am interested however, don't wait for me, if someone comes along and wants it, sell it.












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Akozman,Thank You
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Back to the top with a price drop.
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how tuff would it be to make the beaver tail disapeer
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Not hard at all,half an hour with my Plasma cutter and a grinder.The flat part of the deck is only 24'.
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Dus the mount in the truck go to how did you load them so it balenced out do you have aney pic with the jeeps on it.
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The mount in the truck does not go with,and just pulled the jeeps straight on.I tried to keep as much weight forward as possible to prevent sway(seemed to work).Sorry no pictures,Thanks
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I sent a link of this thread to my brother who's seriously looking for a trailer like this right now. He's a cash buyer and doesn't fart around.

He'd like to know how much for you to add the third axle and how long it would take you to complete the install and paint. He'd also like to know if you'd meet somewhere around Ludington for a transfer?
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I would need $3500 for the trailer painted plus the cost of the axle,tires and wheels and related parts.Last year when I checked the axle supplier told me the axle would be around $850(we did not have the measurements on the exsisting axles so he gave me rough idea using what I did know about the trailer)and tires and wheels were around $250 for a pair.I am guessing it would be around an additional $1100 to $1200 to add the third axle,so total about $4700.And I would be willing to meet in Ludington,it would take me a full 2 weeks to paint and put the axle under it,I am busy with work for about the next month or so.Thanks
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New price is $2700
you're killing me, I wish I were done paying for building my Jeep....that's an awesome price!!!!

I'd wish you luck but I'd be lying because in about a month I should have the $$$ for it with an 18' car hauler to trade .
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New price is $2600 the way it sets,Thanks.
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