PITTS logging trailer

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Hey fellas!

I scratchbilt this along the lines of a PITTS trailer.

Thanks for looking!

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Nice looking log trailer.

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Fabulous job!!! I am impressed. How long did you work on the project?

Now you just need some 1/25 scale logs.

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Thanks

Over all two months maybe? But I didn't work on it every day.

Scott

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Very nice Scott!!!!! You gonna cut up some logs to put on it?

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Great work!

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awesome looks real!

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you got too put some wood on that trailer man, if you like logging truck theres some big road trains up in north maine two logging trailers on one truck

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Very nice scratchbuilding! Sooooo, when are you making a kit out of it? Looks real good! Nice rig.

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Very nice scratchbuilding! Sooooo, when are you making a kit out of it? Looks real good! Nice rig.

seriously this is way better than the peerless logger trailer this would look brilliant behind a clean w-900 daycab

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Very Nice, i could use a trailer like this ;)

Gr. Christiaan

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Using that to haul the logs for my log cabin? :rolleyes: Looks good.

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So where are the logs?

Go outside and gather up some sticks. It looks pretty weird without a load!

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Good job! See a lot of em around here!

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WoW!!!!!!!!!!! Great job. What did you use to make the frame?

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Oh, that is very nice! You've got some awesome scratch building skills there Scott.

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Nice.

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Very nice! You have done a great job on it. :)

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WoW!!!!!!!!!!! Great job. What did you use to make the frame?

Thanks The main frame rails are 1/2" Plastruct i-beams.

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Thanks again fellas. Pardon the delay on replying here my laptop got damaged so I haven't been able to check in that much!

I'll eventually get some sticks to make a load. I know a guy that carts logs for a living. Been meaning to ask him about how many cords on ave gets loaded on his trailer that keeps him under 80k as well as the ave. diameter and type of tree. I went to the trouble of building this in 25th scale I wanna find sticks that are accurate to 25th scale as well.

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a lot of the time down here they haul pine trees for pulp wood with these trailers

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Scott, Thank you for the size of frame rails. It looks great.

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nice looking trailer well done

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Looking very good with load.

Gr christiaan

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