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Hello all, it's been awhile since I have posted anything. The last couple of years have been difficult and trying for me, and have kept me away from doing any work or upgrades. Now that my son is older and eager to learn we will get back to Barth projects.

That said, We would like to take on a project of building a gooseneck trailer Barth out of my "Dog house" Barth, my "Music mobile " Barth and my 40 foot goose neck trailer.

We are in the planning stage right now just to figure out if it is even feasible.

So my 1st question is does any one know the aproxament weight of the p30 chassis's ? One is a 22' with 16 inch wheels and the other is a 29 foot with 19.5 inch wheels.

This will be a extensive project that will help me pass on to my son James the skills I have learned over the past 50 years, so I look forward to the "blood sweat and tears" So to say, and the time I will get to spend with my teenage son.

So as always thanks in advance for the advice this forum has to offer.


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weight of the p30 chassis's ? One is a 22' with 16 inch wheels and the other is a 29 foot with 19.5 inch wheels


read this:

http://www.offroadtoybox.com/R...AlignmentProcess.pdf


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