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Old 05-03-2012, 10:26 PM   #151
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Re: Lets see pics of your truck hauling!!

Bought them both on ebay. Parted both of them (kept the good stuff for myself!). Had to pick the states that allowed a "trailer hooked to a trailer". Had a state trooper pass me slowly in KY- but no problems. Didn't try backing it up!!
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Old 02-22-2013, 02:49 PM   #152
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Using the rusty K20 to haul some wood. Headed through the field after this and challenged the 4x4 a little!
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Old 02-22-2013, 06:06 PM   #153
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Re: Lets see pics of your truck hauling!!

Hauling home the 71 C10 parts truck

Hauling home our 69 K5

Hauling a load of fun for July 4th this past year
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Old 02-22-2013, 06:08 PM   #154
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Re: Lets see pics of your truck hauling!!

We bought some round bales lately that are much heavier than our usual, about 1300 to 1500 pounds. My poor tractor could lift them, but not steer with that much weight. I put them on the back of the truck and tried to balance them just right so I could just drop them off with a stab of the pedal. Glad again for the no-spin I put in this fall. The pastures are very muddy this time of year, at least when they aren't frozen.
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Old 03-19-2013, 06:16 AM   #155
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Here is my 69 C10 hauling my Home Built teardrop camp trailer. Tows like it's not even there!


Aaron, you are a genius.

Your builds make me embarrassed for even trying (Yes, I know thats not the idea or point)

Your finishes are stunning.

I am looking at getting a 60-66 Chevy truck to tow my teardrop with......

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My 1963 Ford Taunus Transit FK1250 towning it yesterday.

I imported the van as a former Village Fire engine from Germany in 2007. It has a modern fuel injected 16 valve Ford 1800cc Zetec engine and can haul ass if needed.



Your teardrop just blew me away.
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Old 03-19-2013, 07:55 AM   #156
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Aaron, you are a genius.

Your builds make me embarrassed for even trying (Yes, I know thats not the idea or point)

Your finishes are stunning.

I am looking at getting a 60-66 Chevy truck to tow my teardrop with......

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My 1963 Ford Taunus Transit FK1250 towning it yesterday.

I imported the van as a former Village Fire engine from Germany in 2007. It has a modern fuel injected 16 valve Ford 1800cc Zetec engine and can haul ass if needed.
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Your teardrop just blew me away.
That is beyond cool! My red one ton dually pictured above is also a retired fire truck, our old brush unit from my department. I like seeing old fire apparatus, even though I couldn't imagine responding to a fire in something so small! And that camper is awesome as well, the wooden side and porthole window is just classic!
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:39 AM   #157
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That is beyond cool! My red one ton dually pictured above is also a retired fire truck, our old brush unit from my department. I like seeing old fire apparatus, even though I couldn't imagine responding to a fire in something so small! And that camper is awesome as well, the wooden side and porthole window is just classic!
Thank you, your praise is generous.

Here is the full build thread for my Teardrop.

I am a bit of a serial "fiddler" I like to make stuff, and like the teardrop, I do best when making it up as I go along.

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http://retrorides.proboards.com/inde...y&thread=67389

The sides were meant to be Ally clad as well, like the rest of the camper, but by the 7th coat of varnish we realized the wood had to stay, and I am really pleased we did, it forms a neat contrast.

The Portholes are wooden wall clock face surrounds, bought for 1 or $1.50 each at a new cheap store opening, I bought four of them, and sandwiched the walls and also the "glass" which is policarbonate cut from discarded caravan windows

I tried to add a quirky feel to it, as it is a quirky thing in itself.



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Old 03-19-2013, 09:48 AM   #158
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Re: Lets see pics of your truck hauling!!

Thought I would just add this in as it links to my post above about the teardrops.

NO MORE GRIZZ MOBILE......

After getting some advice on removing the Graffitti which this bus was known by, as it may put some buyers off, I have used some thinners, a couple of rags and done 4 passes on it all, soak, scrub, scrub, wash and then wiped again with a good old T-shirt.




GOING.......





GOING.......




GONE !!!!




Next up some polish and a bit of rubbing should see it almost disappear.
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Old 03-19-2013, 11:26 AM   #159
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Thank you, your praise is generous.

Here is the full build thread for my Teardrop.

I am a bit of a serial "fiddler" I like to make stuff, and like the teardrop, I do best when making it up as I go along.

CLICKY LINKY

http://retrorides.proboards.com/inde...y&thread=67389

The sides were meant to be Ally clad as well, like the rest of the camper, but by the 7th coat of varnish we realized the wood had to stay, and I am really pleased we did, it forms a neat contrast.

The Portholes are wooden wall clock face surrounds, bought for 1 or $1.50 each at a new cheap store opening, I bought four of them, and sandwiched the walls and also the "glass" which is policarbonate cut from discarded caravan windows

I tried to add a quirky feel to it, as it is a quirky thing in itself.



Grizz, your van and trailer are awesome! Those wheels darn near look like early EMPI wheels for a VW. They are cool looking.
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Old 03-19-2013, 01:18 PM   #160
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I love the teardrop trailers.I've got a chassis, and axle that I hope to someday build my own with.

I towed my sandbuggy up to the dunes recently.This trailer is homebuilt too

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Old 03-19-2013, 03:18 PM   #161
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First things I've ever hauled with my '67 Chevy C/30

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Old 03-19-2013, 04:57 PM   #162
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Done

Next up I spent over 5 hours with T-Cut polishing and hand buffing the whole van, even the roof, which is a PITA.

I must say, it has come up pretty decently, so I hope it helps when it comes to selling.

GRIZZ-MOBILE graffitti side polished out well.



Other side done as well.

By this time I had to push the van inside again, as evening condensation was coming down.

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My 67 pulling my gooseneck dump trailer.
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Just towing a Car!
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Sorry! It was too funny not to share..
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Old 03-20-2013, 03:28 PM   #166
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Using the rusty K20 to haul some wood. Headed through the field after this and challenged the 4x4 a little!
did you make the bed trailer? what all had to be done? Im trying to add one to my collection.
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Old 03-20-2013, 09:45 PM   #168
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You cant really see it but the back is full of leaves. I filled it up four times to get rid of them all.
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Gosh darnit, I was going to take a pic of my truck with a few sheets of plywood in it yesterday after a home depot run and say how much I love my long bed... but it was threatening to rain and I had to get it unloaded...
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This is my buddy's 69 3/4 ton from yesterday. We had to load up what was left of a torn down house.
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