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How I modified a Harbor Freight Haul Master lawn trailer

I used a total of twenty 3/4 inch sheet metal screws to attach the plywood extension to the base of the Haul Master lawn trailer.

The rear side has 6 holes you can use that were meant for a side brace if you add the right size washer. The other 14 points will need a pilot hole.



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Mark, you could just attach the wheel base panels ( The triangle and the shaft ) directly to the wood... Only 8 bolts there, plus the middle iron su upport brace. Right now I am not getting why you need to sandwich the base panels between the wheels and the wood.
Comment by Pedro Sun Jun 23 01:12:47 2013





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