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I just bought this View attachment 156714

$350 the hydraulics work, but they leak. So a bit of maintenace and it should be a solid trailer.
That frame looks strong enough to mount a overhead hoist. I would make the I beam pinnied so it slides over the bed when hauling. Then at job slide it back so it sticks out like @gpop picture posted. We had something like it on a machine to pull embossing rollers, it would slide into the machine for storage. It was an I beam on rollers with pin locks

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It is a line trailer for a single reel. Behind my F150 you know there is something back there.
My truck is a pavement pounder, not a hd tow machine.
I bought it because my trash people do not pick up the garbage that they are paid to get.
I have a self dumping hopper 1.5 yard that I will mount on the trailer then it will be 15 bucks to dump every other month.
 

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I just bought this View attachment 156714

$350 the hydraulics work, but they leak. So a bit of maintenace and it should be a solid trailer.
That trailer looks military for some reason. Must be the armored twin tail lamps and the WW II Tobruk desert sand paint.
 

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Hand pump for the hydraulics and split rims on the tires?
probably about 50 years old at least
 
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