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2006 Utility FS2 CHA...my flatbed trailer

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Here are some pix I have of it, behind my old truck. I will have "refernce photos" posted here soon, with some measurements. But here are some shots I already have. The trailer is a 48'x102" trailer. 10'2" spread axle Hendrickson suspension.

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Nose rail

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Rear shot with a load of "training wheels". It is available with 6 taillights also. The other two would be mounted inboard, and right next to the inner most taillights in this pic.

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Hopefully you get some good side details in these next few shots.

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I was using the tractor to right this load with a chain. It was very unstable and was trying to escape. It's the only load I ever had try to runaway. the top rack fell on me during unloading. I love my HARDHAT. Anyway, you should see some details here.

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There are 3 nailer wood nailer strips. One runs up the very center of the deck. The rest is aluminum. The toolboxes are 5 ft long, 2 ft tall, and 2 ft deep. I hope these help get you started. More photos with measurements coming soon. I will be taking more detailed pix for this post. Watch for updates.

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by the way, I was standing on the deck, and the rack just grazed my head. It took my hardhat off and pinned me against the rest of the load. No injuries, just a change of underwear, lol. Anyway, I figured that story would raise a question or 2.

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