Brinly 18 Trailer Repair

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Jim from Kentucky
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I got this from a friend a couple years ago and just stored it until now. Both tires are cracked only one holds air. I’m going to search for a couple of used ones. It’s got a few dents to straighten out and a little surface rust nothing major. This is an 18 cubic feet model the label on the tongue says the 10 will hold 1200lbs :eek: The part that describes the 18 model has been torn off. It has a one inch axle and really built very solid. I was going to pull the axle but it’s in there to stay. I squirted some atf/acetone down the axle seem where it meets the trailer to cover any rust I can’t reach. The tilt latch was rusted to where it didn’t spring back when I let it go. It’s fine now after cleaning and oiling it a little. I’m hopping to get it painted this week.
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Jim from Kentucky
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Well after life holdups and waiting for a guy to look for some tires I need but never got back to me it’s finished. I wire brushed it primed then painted. The tires were slightly cracked but wanted to get this done. I bought two new tubes and after dealing with a small thorn that punctured one of them finally got that fixed. I sand blasted the wheels one was in bad shape on the inside from water getting in a flat tire. This sit up against a barn for awhile before I got it then it sit with me a couple more years. I’m happy with it.
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