Building another trailer

#1

I’ve just gotten my 14ft like I want it but added recovery and realized not enough room so I’m upgrading to a 16ft. Let the fun begin. How,even though half of my business at this time is residential I’m setting this on up geared more towards commercial flatwork.

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#2

That brand new?

#3

Yes, trading my 14 in on it

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#5

Aren’t forklifts just the best!

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#6

Calling it a day. hopefully we’ll finish it Monday all except for the vacumn hose reel and the generator which I don’t have yet

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#7

@Kps0410 I don’t think we can be friends LOL…your way to productive for me…I’ve been working on my 16ft trailer for over a month and a half and I feel like I barely got anything done compared to your 8hr binder…
It looks great man!!

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#8

We are just young and dont plan things ahead of time because it’s to boring :joy::joy: im also easily distracted so i tend to get tasks done slowly. Unless im making money then im all business.

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#9

Where are you at? Its like you have an entire factory at your disposal.

Looking good man, very productive you are

#10

What’d you paint the floor with?

#11

I had to call it a day. I have bells palsey and it’s been flaring up. I have a good friend with a custom welding shop and a forklift. Monday we’ll at least get it back operational. @Racer behr deck over

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#12

I like the blue color. They’ve got more colors now than when I did mine. The only thing I don’t like about it is it’s so thick you can’t get it down in the cracks. But I really like the grip it has.

#13

That’s exactly the color and stuff I used for it. But it has not held up well.

#14

I’ve used twice now on trailers and have been pretty happy with how it’s held up. But you’re rougher on equipment than I am, lol.

#15

It’s just banged up, but anywhere that bleach has touched its white and the boards are going bad. I should’ve clarified. It doesn’t hold up to SH.

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#16

With the exception of the surface cleaner storage compartment once it’s bolted down it’s there for good. So there won’t be anything to damage or scuff it

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Not much does. all my tanks have banjo connectors which has really reduced bleach spills. I just transfer from tank to tank

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#18

Finally got the bleach tanks mounted and everything plumbed. Everything that has to do with bleach is isolated to the rear of the trailer. This weekend I’ve got to make a platform for the cold water unit.

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#19

Is there away to adjust when my Hudson float valve shuts off. It’s not shutting off until the very top. I mounting all plumbing through the tank lid so I wouldn’t have to drill into the tank incase I goofed. Its shutting off and working fine. I can hear the water stop flowing I just need it to stop a tad sooner

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I think the only option is to fab up an extension out of PVC to drop it lower into the tank. IIRC it’s 1” fpt

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