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Got the SPEN to my place.

Discussion in 'Jeep Trailer Tech' started by Gwillys, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. Mar 19, 2012
    Gwillys

    Gwillys 1953 CJ3B

    Southington, Ct
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    Towed this home from a buddys house sunday night. I took the back way as to try and avoid police.
    Plans are to return the frame to stock length, maybe do a little sheet metal work, paint it on the cheap, wheel bearings and make a wiring harness for lights. Went to the car wash after work. I have the other fender.
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  2. Mar 19, 2012
    technologyteacher

    technologyteacher Member

    Elkin NC
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    Looks like a good start
     
  3. Jun 26, 2012
    givemethewillys

    givemethewillys Been here since sparky ran it. 2022 Sponsor

    New Kent, VA
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    How are you planning on dealing with the tongue? My new Spen has a cheapo generic tongue welded onto the top of the A-frame, which I think is a lousy solution. I'm hoping to figure out something better.

    I was also wondering what sort of body work you had planned for the trailer? I'm going to replace my floor and was wondering if 16 guage would be sufficient or if I should go with a thicker sheetmetal? Sorry for so many questions!
     
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