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Unread 06-25-2012, 04:33 PM   #19
LoneStarMojo
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Originally Posted by Muscrat View Post
One of the reasons I didn't put springs was I wanted to keep it low to the ground. I figure I can run the tires about 25psi to help absorb some of the bumps. Plus I don't plan on pulling it very far. Had I done more research I would have used a torsion axel instead but this one was welded on already. It's not optimum but oh we'll.

Keep the comments coming. Hopefully someone will catch a mistake before it happens!! LOL
Hmmm...my experience pulling my own trailer is that when the tire pressure is too low in my trailer tires I get a really bad back and forth sway with my trailer. maybe it's just my set-up. It will be interesting to see how yours will do. That firebox looks great and the frame looks like it'll be nice and strong. Keep the pics flowing bro!
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