My FB/EK trailer

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EK283 wrote: Tue Apr 09, 2019 7:26 am For some reason I can't see the image.

Greg
should be fixed now ???
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Spent the best part of today getting it Sussex out - looks like it's going to work ImageImageImage
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That's going to look really cool mate when it is finished.
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Its going the wrong way !!!!!!!!!
So many cars so little time!
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EK283 wrote: Sun Apr 14, 2019 8:38 am Its going the wrong way !!!!!!!!!
maybe hes copying tailspin? :ninja22: :lol:
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:thumbsup: :thumbsup: 8)
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Re: My FB/EK trailer

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Blacky wrote: Tue Apr 09, 2019 12:00 amThe voices in my head told me the trailer needed to be longer so we had to do this
Keep that up and it'll end up a car trailer :lol: .

Looks really neat - it will be a nice unit when it is done.

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Bit more today , John has got the back of it squared up and braced so we are playing around with the front.
Cut up an old subframe for the guard support areas to brace the front up
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Fitted up - made the front bit way more solid ImageImageImage
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No great loss cause it was off a Perth assembled car hey??

Good stuff but I guess you lose some storage space in the guards. Won’t be needing headlights. What’s the plan there?

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Errol62 wrote: Fri Apr 19, 2019 3:32 pm No great loss cause it was off a Perth assembled car hey??

That was the only good bit 😂😂

Good stuff but I guess you lose some storage space in the guards. Won’t be needing headlights. What’s the plan there?
Headlights will be going in but not functional , was thinking about making them pull out like a drawer 😎 Will wire up the park lights as clearance lights
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Looking very cool Blacky 8)
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Y U FERRET?
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