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    Off to welder tomorrow to get missing foot fixed...and get some better tie/down / turnbuckle anchor points welded on. Going to be nice to not have to deal with my trailer next season. Going to have 3-4 feet of doo hanging off the back but whatever.

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    if your traveling alone nothing like being able to easily load your sled right into the bed!

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    lots of room for mine on there too

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    with my deck, myself, and my sled im pretty close to payload capacity lol. payload is like 1000pounds. minus about 300 for myself and gear. leaves 700lbs. Doo is 450?, deck is 200.

    Hope my raptor doesnt pop wheelies.

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    alrighty then.i guess you'll need to tow the trailer.

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    Or buy another truck. anyone got a 7.3 Ferd Diesel they wanna sell me lol.

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    had Advanced Northwest Welding fix it for me. added some better mount points.

    Ummm their welds make it look like the original builder was a complete sloppy kindergardner. Way nicer welds instead of blobs of random **** ( proably why the foot fell off in the first place )

    New Welds


    OLD LOL..

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    much better

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    SNOW!?!?!?!? Bring it!

    I finally got around to getting the thing mounted and tested. Super exited its going to be so nice without my trailer this winter.

    Used some cheapass turnbuckles from lowes. Going to find some better ones but kept buying various cheap ones to find the right lenghts. I mounted new D-Rings in the bed. They are small but fully welded and rated for 1200 pounds each. I wanted big ones but the way my truck is there is just no room for anything near the cab.






    Bubba Approves.










    Lot of doo hanging out the back but there is no weight on the tailgate at all. Backing up is interesting I can't see a **** thing lol.
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    zombie eyes dog.LOL

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    For Sale $1000 Cash. with a front and rear superclamp.

    Rear superclamp is still in the box never used.

    Spring pin that held the ramp drawer in broke the welds so I used a tie down on the handle.

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