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18' Flatbed Utility Trailer SOLD

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I need to sell my very experinced 18' trailer, Twin 3500lb axels with brakes, (7000lb capacity), 5' rear drop gate, nearly new tires size 225x15 load rang D, 2 5/16" hitch and is located in the N/E Metro (North St. Paul). $1000.00 or best offer. Pics posted by Valv in later post. Great for hauling old cars, for work, yard clean up, everthing. HTB

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Could you email me pictures of the trailer.

ladams@jam21.net

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Does it have 5 holes or 6 holes rims, and also are tires 15" or 16" ? 2" ball or 2 5/16" ?

I am just trying to give more info to possible buyers, it's a good price.....

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Ya I would definitely like pics and to know the things Val mentioned too.

jefflawdog@yahoo.com

THANKS

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Pics have been sent to all. Let me know if you don't receive them HTB

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try throwing it up on a racing board, alot of racers are looking for trailers this time of year.

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where would I locate a racing board?

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you have mail

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wecrash (Contact Us Please) is full of demo derby drivers that could use a trailer.

dustin

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Quote:

where would I locate a racing board?


you could try dirtdrivers or whowon both with the usual web stuff added afterwards...

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Thanks Guys for the suggestion. Posted this morning on one of the racing boards and sold it this afternoon. Bob

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