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Old 08-27-2019, 06:32 PM   #4 (permalink)
justinooo9
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Ok cool that's actually helpful information. I was thinking of experimenting with inserting a braced piece of plywood on the front and angle it up/back towards the cargo kind of like the air ramps that reduce the whistle on roof racks/baskets. But I gotta measure I have a feeling the side by side on the trailer is going to be a hair taller than my truck. I could fab some skirts on the sides on a hinge that way I can fold them up for rocky /knarly roads and use some thin metal and like the hardplastic signs etc.

I will goof around see what I can get material wise for free/ cheap.

appreciate the info. I was kind of thinking like the red lines I added to the basic image of a trailer etc. Mine would not have the side railing etc.
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