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  • #16
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    So I had my neighbor at the lake, who owns a fabricating shop, build me a weight box the width of the fender and fits between the fender and lift post. I also had him make a box to hold my jack stands in the attic.

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    I started with the weight box by drilling in the aluminum floor, and installing pop rivet threads.

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    I drilled Matching holes in the aluminum box, and bolted to floor.

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    I think I'll have a box made for the other side

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    I then went into the attic and mounted the one for Jack stands.

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    The compartment for the in-floor winch pulley wasn't big enough for both the 12000# winch and the pulley, so I mounted six strong magnets to keep it stowed when not in use.

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    A little industrial strength Velcro keep the T-Handle Hex Wrenches in the corner or the workbench

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    and finally, I have a magnet (for finding the valve cover nuts my fingers drop in the grass) and the car dust mop mounting.
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    • #17
      New Stainless steel diamond plated A-Frame box for my stacker trailer. Top compart holds two pneumatic pumped 20-ton Hydraulic bottle jacks, impact wrench and power cord from coach to trailer. lower compartment holds 150psi compressor and Honda 2000 generator. One of the two spare tires is mounted on front of Stacker above the cabinet. Roadside tire changes of Stacker in under 15 minutes.

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      • #18
        Now all you need is a younger person to set it up and all you gotta do is pull the trigger.

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        • #19
          Got it installed
          I've had many trailer flats in the past, but none in the last five years, since going to 17.5" Load Rate H and Speed rated 95mph. I've always carried two spares, but would have to climb over race cars and a golf cart to get one off the interior wall.…
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