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Bigredmariner

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It's time to step up the show setup for the polish business. I have so much stuff packed into the truck when I leave for a show that there is no room left in the truck except for me.

I have debated a camper shell but I have pretty much decided on getting a small enclosed trailer. Pros and cons of all things, but I have decided on a 6' X 10' single axle enclosed, bumper pull trailer. The one I am gonna look at Friday has a rear ramp and a side door, white in color and a V nose. Wells Cargo brand.

Talked with the salesman this evening and if I like what I see in person I will most likely drag it home and load up for the next couple of shows. Looks similar to this one.

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If I do buy it I'll post pics Sunday after I get home from the next show.:tmc:
 

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Trailer is the better way to go. Is this one big enough for what you'll be doing? I know a guy that is doing Amsoil and Adams in La. He's using a tandem axle.
 

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Looks like it will work :thumbs: You can keep all your stuff in there all the time and just hook up & go when you need to.The V shape on the front will help cut down on wind resistance.

Downside....easy to steal,hope you have a secure location to keep it.
 

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Pick a size, and buy the next size bigger.

That is the rule of trailer buying, my brother.
 

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Sounds like a good idea to me. If you have a secure place for it, you can leave most of your stuff packed in it and save a ton of time transferring shit to and from the truck.
 

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Yeah it should be big enough for a few years, I am looking forward to not having to unload every single thing after each show. The canopy, tables, product riser, generator and a bunch of other shit ill stay in the trailer. Chemicals will all go back inside the climate controlled storage building. My 'hood is pretty secure, plus I'll be parking it in the back yard behind the privacy fence.
 

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Pick a size, and buy the next size bigger.

That is the rule of trailer buying, my brother.
Yeah, did that. I was 30 minutes away from buying a 5 X 8 last weekend. Too small and I couldn't stand up in it. That led me to the 6 X 10.
 

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Of course now I may be lifting the red truck back up to a more tow friendly height.:lol:
 

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:lol:
 

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Of course now I may be lifting the red truck back up to a more tow friendly height.:lol:

Not needed. Add a pair of air shocks like mine and Carl's. They work great!
 

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