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  1. #1
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    DIY: trailer build with folding toungue

    My factory built trailer was the standard box tubing, with holes cut for the wiring to go through the box tubing. So it held water, and eventually started rotting out. I built a new new trailer using C-channel, an I-beam so nothing on it holds water. The toungue is hinged for nearly the entire length.

    Here's the frame, partially made:
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    The hinge, before welding (1/4" plate, and thick tubing):
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    The hinge, after some welding:
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    To weld it, I clamped all the pieces together in the closed position, with bolts through the tubing, and a sheet of paper allowing a bit of clearance between the sections of tubing.

    The hinge, done (bolt on one side, removable pin on the other):
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    Nearly done:
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    With paint:
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    h2OBC27.jpg

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    Re: DIY: trailer build with folding toungue

    nice work

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    Re: DIY: trailer build with folding toungue

    2004 Rxp Stock Motor with other light mods
    1996 Xp Resurrected july 2014/SOLD 2016
    1991 Kawi 750cc Big pin Twin Carb Sport Cruiser Custom (Resurrected Feb 2015 completed June 2015)
    2000 XP Saved Spring 2016- Resurrected July 2016 as new
    2002 Seadoo ISLANDIA/Sold
    CANDoo Pro system

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    Re: DIY: trailer build with folding toungue

    Love it!

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