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Old November 24th 10, 01:35 PM posted to rec.crafts.metalworking
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Default Picked up M105A2 trailer

Towing it behind my truck right now... pretty splendid...

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On 2010-11-24, Ignoramus7187 wrote:
Towing it behind my truck right now... pretty splendid...


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On 2010-11-24, Ignoramus7187 wrote:
Towing it behind my truck right now... pretty splendid...


http://picasaweb.google.com/ichudov/...02614 0782338



Is that your second one? Or was the first one something different?

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On 2010-11-24, Gunner Asch wrote:
On Wed, 24 Nov 2010 10:29:17 -0600, Ignoramus7187
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On 2010-11-24, Ignoramus7187 wrote:
Towing it behind my truck right now... pretty splendid...


http://picasaweb.google.com/ichudov/...02614 0782338



Is that your second one? Or was the first one something different?


I have a trailer that I made from an M105A2 bed.

I would not call this one my second one because I want to get rid of
it as soon as possible. I bought it only because I want to take the
stake sides and top bows from it to use on my trailer.

I can sell it for $200 cash. If will be more if I spend any money on
titling.

i


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