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Generator/Air/Welder Trailer build

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So I finally built up my old trailer that I used to use to move hay around to feed animals, into a generator welder and air trailer.

Has a 7300 watt generator, air compressor with hose reel, and a stick welder. Put an 50 Amp RV plug on the front, even though I don't have the full 12000 watts , it will power enough on an RV if needed.

The poles on the back are so you can see it in your mirror behind the truck.
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Great setup man! You welding pipe fence?
Whatever I need to weld, just wanted something portable that I could take anywhere.
Great setup man! You welding pipe fence?
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Wish me luck, going to register it tomorrow with the California DMV, I'm sure it will be a massive headache 🤣
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Oh boy hope it passes inspection.
It passed, got my plates, pulled well very stable, no tail wagging.
Slightly annoying to back up especially when you are used to 53' trailers.

Now time for another project 🤣
Oh boy hope it passes inspection.
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Nothing worse then backing short trailers!! Pretty cool setup. Good luck with it.
It passed, got my plates, pulled well very stable, no tail wagging.
Slightly annoying to back up especially when you are used to 53' trailers.

Now time for another project 🤣
Yep especially when you can't even see it, I cant twist around to look out the back window so I have to rely on my mirrors.

Not sure what I'm going to do with it, but will probably get back into doing on site trailer repairs.

Thinking of adding 4' to the tongue of it and building a tool box on the front.
Nothing worse then backing short trailers!! Pretty cool setup. Good luck with it.
Find a tube to slip insideon the trailor then slide you ball hitch one over so you can drill holes for adjustment and storage.
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