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Fuel Trailer

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Just built this fuel trailer. I had a lot of fun building it and thought I'd build another if someone wants to buy this one. I've put about 50 gallons through it for testing. It's ready to go. 

 

Here's the highlights: 

aluminum DOT certified tank, 50 gallons

fully enclosed battery, handle, fuel filters and hose for clean look.

rear compartment has gas spring assist, rubber gaskets where lines come though and a three point latch system for a watertight and nearly airtight seal.

all diamond plate body

Retracting grounding cable

20 feet hose

automatic nozzle

voltmeter

30amp breaker and switch 

built in charger 

group 27 battery (good for 2600 gallons of pumped fuel per charge) 

GPI 15 GPM pump with 1 year replacement warranty redeemable at any tractor supply, that's on top of manufacturer's warranty.

dual dual goldenrod fuel filters, one is water block one is for particulates to 10 microns

brand new trailer

front wheel for easy moving 

 

$2800, will deliver or make arrangements for delivery for fee, trailer is in Michigan. 

PM if interested.

no more cans. 

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West side. Muskegon, MI.

Thanks for the kind words everyone! 

 

 

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Oh, that's an hour away. I'll bring it to you if you want it. B)

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1 hour ago, FlyingMonkey said:

Haha, I'm flying the CT up there, and it doesn't have a tow hitch...  :D

Your CT is E-LSA . . . I don't see a problem there.:giggle-3307:

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23 minutes ago, WmInce said:

Your CT is E-LSA . . . I don't see a problem there.:giggle-3307:

:clap-3332:

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I know building mine was a lot of fun...  For those DIY guys, here is a previous thread to my component list:

Mine is a couple years old now and still works like a champ!  If you are not a DIY guy - buying one like that being offered by CTMI at $2800 is not a huge premium given the cost of components and the time involved to get it built.

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