2004 - Volume #28, Issue #5, Page #13[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Trailer Built To Haul Undergroung Blaster
"I use it to kill gophers in alfalfa fields. One thing I wasn't as impressed with was the company's 2-wheeled cart that's designed to carry the wand and all the accessories. It's small and built too light. So I paid $1,000 to have a friend of mine build a trailer for me.
"The trailer measures 5 ft. wide by 7 ft. long and rides on 16-in. wheels. It has a steel floor with metal brackets on front and back to contain the oxygen and acetylene tanks. Rubber and nylon straps hold the tanks down. A bracket on one side of the trailer supports the wand, which rests inside styrofoam holders to keep it from getting scratched up. An automatic hose reel bolts to the floor on back, as well as a shovel-holding bracket.
"I pull the trailer behind either my ATV or pickup and have a different hitch for each vehicle."
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