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Military Surplus trailer #6929789
10/23/17 01:20 PM
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Was hoping someone may know what the original purpose of this trailer was? I'm trying to determine how heavy it is, or if it is impractical to repurpose. Thanks




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Re: Military Surplus trailer [Re: onlysmith&wesson] #6929840
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Look at govplanet.com. They might have something similar you can reference for dimensions. It looks as though a specialty box fits in the middle, such as a generator unit, welding unit, or such. It could also just be a cargo carrier. The smaller M105 cargo trailers are roughly 14x7 and weigh 2760 lbs.


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