That's a nice looking trailer, you shouldn't have much of a hard time selling it. I have a problem with acquiring things before I let something else go and end up keeping both. A few years back I purchased a newer larger tractor with a suspension seat because it hurt my back to work with the other tractor. I justified the new tractor and promised to sell the other one and just can't seem to let it go. Even with it killing me to run it. I'm just a sad old man. LOL
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