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lpalma

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Oak, the wheels looked like them but were covered more than halfway with dirt and it was dark in the basement of the barn, no way that was coming out without unloading it.
 

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Well, you guys talked me into buying it. I pulled it home yesterday with no lights, no tag and one flat tire. I kept stopping and checking the wheel bearing and tire temp because I don't know when this thing was on the road last. It is missing one rear tail light extension bracket but it looks pretty easy to make out of some square tubing. The hydraulic damper still works great on the bed too. Everything else looks pretty good on it. Here are a few more pics.
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Jay Fetters

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Well, you guys talked me into buying it. I pulled it home yesterday with no lights, no tag and one flat tire. I kept stopping and checking the wheel bearing and tire temp because I don't know when this thing was on the road last. It is missing one rear tail light extension bracket but it looks pretty easy to make out of some square tubing. The hydraulic damper still works great on the bed too. Everything else looks pretty good on it. Here are a few more pics.View attachment 148161 View attachment 148162 View attachment 148163 View attachment 148164
Well done.
 

mpatterson

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Well, you guys talked me into buying it. I pulled it home yesterday with no lights, no tag and one flat tire. I kept stopping and checking the wheel bearing and tire temp because I don't know when this thing was on the road last. It is missing one rear tail light extension bracket but it looks pretty easy to make out of some square tubing. The hydraulic damper still works great on the bed too. Everything else looks pretty good on it. Here are a few more pics.View attachment 148161 View attachment 148162 View attachment 148163 View attachment 148164
That's pretty sweet!!!! Good buy! 👍👍
 

awoloch

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Very interesting, functional, and sturdy International Number 7 Trailer! Oak, what a gem you now have!
 

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