Gotta beat me there!!!! Ariba, Ariba, on de lay!:tango_face_devil:
You just stay where you are. I got this, I don't need any help messing up this deal. :tango_face_kiss:Gotta beat me there!!!! Ariba, Ariba, on de lay!:tango_face_devil:
ha Ha. Thanks :tango_face_grin:Mopar, best of luck and hope you close the deal on it! I'm more like speedy's slow cousin anyways!!
Slow poke Rodriquez!!!
Ok OK I just got it home. LOL............ :tango_face_smile_biwell??? whats the story??? it's been many hundreds of minutes since the last update!
She is one rusty bugger BUT yes it is a solid base to start with and I have been wanting/dreaming of the day when I could buy a 332 for a good price.Looks like a solid base to start with. Nice score! Welcome to the 332 club!
Ha Ha. The left rear wheel is locked up so I didn't think it would move with the winch hooked to it and I have the sides on so there is no way to tie it down. It was very dark when we got back and I didn't see the tractor slid to the back of the trailer. That tractor has to weigh a ton to tilt the trailer on end because I can't lift the tongue even when it's empty.Looks like a fun project.
Side note: Always be careful with towing and properly securing your load with multiple (front and rear) ratchet straps and try not to disconnect a trailer from the vehicle while its still loaded. That could have ended badly. I'm done with my preaching, sorry.
Yeah, cold, wet and dark, wasn't thinking, just knocked the trailer loose and pulled the truck around. the truck is my daily driver so I couldn't let the trailer hooked up.Well, definitely some work on the deck as it looks like some rust-through there. The tractor looks about the same condition as my 322 when I picked it up. Probably your left brake is seized up, might take some work to break it loose or you might get lucky and it'll pop loose with just a little persuasion. Good deal for sure! BTW I always block up the rear of my trailer if I have to keep a load in it and disconnect from the vehicle. That keeps it from dropping down if too much weight behind the axles.