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Old 10-13-2013, 09:37 AM   #11
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Yep, and those are the same ones who can NOT build a bridge and it's approach at the same height.

but we can put a man on the moon and bring him back

where are the engineers? jk engineers.

Rocket science must be easier to implement........
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Old 10-13-2013, 09:50 AM   #12
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Oldcoot - I think shocks are a great idea. Do you have the torsion axle like I have on my TT? If so is this an easy installation? I must confess I have not done any research on this so far.
I have the Alko torsion axles and it is an easy install, but very laborious as far as fabricating the brackets, removing wheels, backing plate bolts, etc. Shocks were about $340. If you have metal fabrication available, it should not be too difficult. I designed and built mine in about 30-40 hrs start to finish. I have a new design that does not require removal of the backing plate bolts and fabricating (welding) the brackets. Neither design requires any welding on the trailer frame. The trailer mounts bolt to the 2 x 4 tubing and not the frame, so the frame is not altered in any way.
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