That is why i would stand them up with the tongue sticking towards the sky . Taking off the walk board was only a few bolts and like i said about a drill that press wheels blocking up under the box was easier . when you were hauling as much equipment as i did easier was better . Sometimes it was just my 28 foot goose neck and sometimes it was a 50 foot step deck . You learned how to BUILD a load an load it so not to damage what you were loading and hauling . As if you damaged a piece it came out of YOUR pocket . So the less unbolting the less time loading and the less time putting it back together when i got to where i was going . just like buying gravity boxes . we use to remove the box from the gear then pull the tires off the gear remove the tongue and pull the coupling poles then stack three or four boxes inside each other and put the gears in the top box then the coupling poles wet on the deck along with the tongues and stack the tires and wheels where ever they would fit on the load . a small set of torches was a good investment along with a good half inch drive air wrench in the semi's . With the one tone it was all hand work.
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