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Just picked up my new 20' 10K Mirage Trailer from American Trailer Sales in Boise. I was pleasantly surprised when I measured 84" between wheel wells. :thumb: Not too bad of price either just under $3000.

Tires just squeezed through without modification.

Now to pickup some straps and a spare tire.
 

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Nice trailer. I'm surprised your Blazer fits between the wells.

I'd suggest putting down some waterproofer to keep the wood preserved.
 

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Yah it takes a little time but if you can pull up the wood and put some type of water sealer on them or stain or paint it will make them last a lot longer
 

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Don't even need to pull the planks off really. Just stain it like it is. The underneath won't see water like the top of the deck will.
 

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thats a nice blazer whats the stats on it???
 

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There seems to be some kind of sealer on there already, but I will probably hit it again to make sure.

Also on a side note. I think I will mount these tow hooks on the trailer for tie down points. I collected them from ebay for my Blazer but couldn't find an easy way to mount them.
 

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str8six4me said:
thats a nice blazer whats the stats on it???
- 350 Tuned port fuel injection.
- 700r4 Transmission from monstertrans.com
- 6" Rough Country all spring lift.
- 36" Irok Tires.
- 14 Bolt rear. 10 bolt front.
- 4:88 gears

Next on the list of to do's:

- Strip the molding and do some cheap paint.
- Build some custom bumpers with winch.
 
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