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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 6:20 am 
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Location: DeWitt, MI
Team Turtle's trailer has to go too. It's really nice and is customized for hauling a Sprite. I purchased it new in 2006 (madam insisted we get a new trailer). It has a lot of storage. I built racks out of 1"x1" aluminum tube that are sized to fit totes I bought at Grainger. I used the same material to build four tire "corrals" in the rear. The totes can stack to provide tremendous storage. In addition, the 8' work bench has room for 4 or 5 more totes. These racks, along with the tire racks in the rear, are removeable as i used riv-nuts to secure them to the trailer. A Sears (remember them?), three piece tool chest is bolted to the floor. It will easily hold a Sprite and a golf cart and leave 8' of floor left over for minutia. It comes with two canopies (12' x 30', 20' x 20') and the poles are custom mounted to the walls.

It was $27k new (before I customized it) in 2006. I'm asking $15k for it but that's negotiable depending on what optional items (if any) you'd like or what I can remove to fit your needs. Its located in central Michigan and delivery is negotiable as well.

Pictures of the trailer and a spec sheet are available here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lps0Z ... 7KV_l96YxA

 2006 Optima (division of Pace), all aluminum construction (dry weight of 5500 pounds)
 36’ long, double axle, gooseneck trailer (ball hitch, not 5th wheel)
 ~30,000 miles on it
 Stored indoors all year
 Beavertail rear door with folding extension
 Hydraulic center lifting post, manual crank outer posts
 7500 pound, heavy duty, Dexter axles
 4’ wide side door
 Upgraded aluminum alloy wheels
 New Goodyear tires in 2016 (all 4)
 Two new hubs in 2017
 Breaker box for electrical system
 Landline lead for generator or shop power
 New 12v battery in 2018 with built in trickle charger
 Unused spare tire mounted inside
 28’ deck, 8’ nose
 Two roof vents with 12v, three speed, bidirectional fans
 4 pairs of ‘D’ rings for tie downs
 8’ work bench with vise
 Landing gear: hydraulic center; manual outer (2 speed)
 Wired for 110v A/C unit
 Outdoor, flush mounted, LED lights to illuminate canopy area
 110v fluorescent (4, 4’ fixtures w/ twin bulbs) and 12v (4 fixtures w/ single bulbs) interior lighting
 4 pairs of 110v outlets (2 above the work bench, 1 by the side door, 1 by the rear door)
 12’ x 30’ and 20’ x 20’ canopies
 Craftsman, three section tool cabinet (bought new and installed in 2006)
 SuperWinch GP1800 with 20’ wired remote controller (new in 2017)
 Indoor / outdoor carpet on nose floor
 Working area of deck floor (near tool cabinet, work bench) has anti-skid, abrasive tape

Optional Items
 EZ Go electric golf cart
 2000W Honda generator
 Removeable tire racks (holds 4 sets)
 Removeable tote racks (11) that can hold stacks of totes

Please feel free to email me with any questions you may have at hdf3.wtr80@gmail.com.

Dayle

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