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That can be used to tow a k20 back from Baker City,Or??
looking at possible trip next weekend to get it (19th-20th)

I'm in Boise
 

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Give me a call :thumb:
 

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Give me a call :thumb:
work or home, I have both numbers
 

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heres my latest plan. once I get the truck here I'll take it to your house my main ajective is to get the axels from it and under my burb. I can then put the axles under the truck to make it movable. once everything is pulled off that you need and the rest is almost unbolted ( i don't have any tools) I can then trailer the pile of parts to a storage unit. that way i can get the willy's here and get the burb sold before hell freezes over. unless you have a better idea?
 

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Does it roll? If so, a towbar would be a good investment for you. They are available for purchase around $125. They bolt on easily and could be used on future vehicles. Once installed you just pull the pins to remove. I often thought having one in my toolbox would be a good idea if I ever broke down and needed to get home. The bumper brackets are small and would not hinder wheelin. Just a thought
 

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Kevin is letting me use his trailer for the movement of this project. i thought about a tow bar for the willy's but the soft springs and heigth make me want to just put flares and flaps on it. Also the rating on most tow bars is pretty light unless you dig deeper in the pockets. I can dig pretty dig but I only get more lint, LMAO
 

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True, there are weight ratings. The one pictured above is rated for 5000lbs. Good enough for me. Especially, if I broke down on the trail. I'm sure he would rather have changed his steering box at his house.

Not trying to be a smartass, I just think it's a good idea. :finger:

No matter how you do it, get that Willy's over here! We have wheelin to do!
 

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I'd rather be a smartass then a dumbass anyday,LOL

I was actually thinking of making a tow bar that could mount onto my front bumper clevis mount. just pin and go home.

I'm trying to get the wagon here. just need room to work, I can find all kinds of room to store but need the assist to wrench and weld.
 

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DougK20 said:
Does it roll? If so, a towbar would be a good investment for you. They are available for purchase around $125. They bolt on easily and could be used on future vehicles. Once installed you just pull the pins to remove. I often thought having one in my toolbox would be a good idea if I ever broke down and needed to get home. The bumper brackets are small and would not hinder wheelin. Just a thought
I own one similar to that one, it is for sale if anyone is interested. I pulled a 2 wheel drive 77 chevy home with it once. $50.00 I paid 125 and it does have removable pins.
 

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Hey, what do ya know? I'm interested. Would you take a toolbox as partial trade? :finger: I just know a towbar is going to come in really handy for me someday! :rotfl: :rotfl:
 

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You bet. I will pick it up from my dad's house.
 

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what time is best for you for picking the trailer up tonight??
 

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Anytime after 6:00 :beer:
 

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K, I was gonna ask ya something but I'll try to remeber it by tonight,LOL
 

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77fixer said:
The size of his ball(s) maybe? :finger:
if i wanted to know that i would have asked you to smile....BTW his TRAILER has a 2" ball :finger: :finger:
 
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