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    Thank you for that, i can get right work in a jig.

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    Default Well he's all done now.

    Finished up the Toys and Joys Semi using walnut and oak, putting a Danish oil finish to make the wood pop.
    When I was building the wheels for this project I went ahead and made the wheels for a trailer but still havenít made up my mind on which one to build.
    Iíve already made one lowboy and sure love it and another wouldnít hurt my feelings but I have the plans for the belly dump trailer but itís nearly 3 foot long so have been holding off on that one. lol

    I would have to add another shelve for it.
    Here's the blog on this build.



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    Very impressive indeed. how about a tanker? Rubber duck style?


    Failing that, If space is an issue, why not make I a log carrier, as in, without the logs



    just a thought

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    Absolutely beautiful

    Top stuff

    Regards

    Keith

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    First class masterclass by a top model builder.
    Thank you Bruce for all the extra photos and notes, much appreciated.
    The finished truck is superb!
    Cheers Peter

    PS - could you add the videos from your YouTube sight please.

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    Excellent piece of work.

    You could make a box trailer, or a log trailer with appropriate load.
    Then again if you made a vehicle carrier you would have an excuse to make some more models.

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    Thumbs up

    HandyJack that's why I like the lowboys so much, it's a fun project and when done load it up with other projects to show them off.
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    Hi Bruce,

    Top work and great video.

    I thought we might hear your dulcet tones on the video

    Regards

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    I had to look up what dulcet tones were but no just the air conditioner I forgot to turn off.
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    Great build Bruce will look at the videos later when I catch up with so much work on here

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