Posted by Hogleg on November 23, 2012 at 05:19:56 from (220.127.116.11):
Anyone either buy or build a small dump trailer?
I have a loader and carry dirt in it to places on the 40 acre farm. I would like to build or buy/restore an old small dump trailer. I want to use the 36hp Ford 2000 to haul3-4 buckets of dirt and dump elsewhere without the back and forth of one bucket at a time. Thinking a 2 wheel cart with maybe a 5x8 foot bed that can be handled by the little Ford with a single action hydraulic line. Nothing too heavy. Most of the for sale dump trailers are way too much overkill and too expensive.
Anyone got any ideas? Maybe a welding project for the winter?
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