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        05-13-2013, 01:59 PM
      #8791
    Green Broke
    Here is an add for a CM trailer with some rust that needs attention. It does not have the front escape door, but looks to be in fair shape at a good price.

    1996 C M 2 Horse Bumper pull

    1996 CM 2 Horse trailer has a good floor with mats.
    No escape doors. Has a front tack compartment.
    Has roof vents,Slide side windows.
    Doors have top doors to fully enclose trailer.
    Needs some rust repair. $800.00

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        05-13-2013, 02:03 PM
      #8792
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Critter sitter    
    I will ask her for more info and pictures if she has some. And post for you. I have n o Idea on cost she just told me about it when I posted about my trailer I bought.
    Thank you and look forward to hearing about it.
         
        05-13-2013, 02:08 PM
      #8793
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Roadyy    
    Here is an add for a CM trailer with some rust that needs attention. It does not have the front escape door, but looks to be in fair shape at a good price.

    1996 C M 2 Horse Bumper pull

    1996 CM 2 Horse trailer has a good floor with mats.
    No escape doors. Has a front tack compartment.
    Has roof vents,Slide side windows.
    Doors have top doors to fully enclose trailer.
    Needs some rust repair. $800.00

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    that's Not to bad other than the Rust.. I liked mine not having anything that needed attention right away.
    We may paint and add some preventative coating for rust. I just have one latch and one Bulb on the inside trailer that needs replaced

    My aunt is in Trinidad right now and will be home at the end of the month.
    I will post info as soon as I have it.
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        05-13-2013, 02:15 PM
      #8794
    Green Broke
    You all make it look so easy to find a used trailer. Maybe I should trade my 16.3 & 17.2hh babies for smaller ones, . It was tough to find something they would fit in that was not new. This is extra tall (7.5") and extra wide and look at all the room they still have, .

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        05-13-2013, 02:18 PM
      #8795
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by nvr2many    
    You all make it look so easy to find a used trailer. Maybe I should trade my 16.3 & 17.2hh babies for smaller ones, . It was tough to find something they would fit in that was not new. This is extra tall (7.5") and extra wide and look at all the room they still have, .

    Pfft,,I work in a shipyard that has been known for widening and lengthening ships. Lol

    Nothing but a thang to take a chainsaw down the trailer long ways to widen it then cut around the top line to raise the roof. Lol Paint will cover the imperfections.hahahha

    BTW, nice bootahs.
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        05-13-2013, 02:22 PM
      #8796
    Green Broke
    ^^^ You are my hero, lol.
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        05-13-2013, 04:27 PM
      #8797
    Banned
    YOU want to come open a stable with me?

    Man! You guys and gals are busy. Barn talk, horse talk, dog talk?, trailer talk and so much more with photos. The sharing and learning is giving me a headache. (I THINK that my Dengue Fever is FINALLY gone!)

    Wife, Amado and I just returned from viewing a.... "Talk about your fixer upper"? But I was very surprised that my wife was.... ahhhh.... supportive.

    We talked to people in the area and got the whole story, that helps on figuring a price on the place and what THEY thought it was worth. They came up with the same as I did.

    Should I post the photos?

    (To see a photo, send $1,000 via my paypal acct.)
         
        05-13-2013, 04:32 PM
      #8798
    Started
    No word On the Tests yet they sent for Gracie Rose and she is still just barely nibbling :)
         
        05-13-2013, 05:17 PM
      #8799
    Green Broke
    Is she nibbling on dry food or is it wet?

    What do you feed her? I ask because I had been feeding my dogs Ol'Roy for so many years before running up on a thread on another forum about dog food. Started reading all the posts and information about piss poor food on the shelf and how they were of almost no value at all to our animals.

    After looking at the top line feed I chose Taste of the Wild out of the few that are available here. It's $45 for a 40lb bag, but the savings come in the way of less food at each feeding to fill them up and it is actually absorbed by their digestive system instead in the mouth out the butt. They poop less and are 10 times more healthy and active. A lot of their ailments began disappearing little by little. I guess its the same as we do for our horses and their diet to make them healthy.

    I never even considered what was in their feed or had an inclination to question the ingredients of the dog food. I always looked to the old guys and what was in the corner for their dogs. I'm glad I wised up and am saving money on health bills and food for them. A 40lb bag last us 3 weeks on 4 dogs, 3 are small breeds and 1 medium breed. A 40 lb bag of shelf food was lasting 2 weeks for the same 4 dogs. They were lap dogs that never seem to have energy for anything. Never wanting to go outside to do anything more than poop and pee then back to laying around the house.

    Now they are all over the place. When we head outside they are all the door waiting to hit the ground running. They are all around the pond and the pasture tracking smells in the grass as well as just playing all the time.
         
        05-13-2013, 06:10 PM
      #8800
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Sereno    
    Should I post the photos?

    (To see a photo, send $1,000 via my paypal acct.)


    Told ya my check was in the mail, .
         

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