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I've finished the trailer that I've been working on that will be used for hauling logs.I used a rear axle out of a 1988 Plymouth Voyager,shortened it 2 feet,and built a bunk for it.I'll get some pictures of it fully loaded and being pulled out of the woods by my Foreman. We cut the logs at 8 feet and then haul them to a landing where they can be cut into stove length for firewood.
 

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Looks like a great job,when you put it to work put up a pic of it loaded.
How many do you think you can haul at a time?
 

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Thanks for the compliments.I hope it's not raining this weekend,I plan on trying it out.I did change something on it,the upright pieces were originally 3/4 inch pipe that were threaded on the ends so they could be removed,however this seemed weak,so I welded angle iron uprights at each corner instead.
 
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