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    NEED HELP FOR TRAILER SETUP

    Im looking for ideas how to prepare the trailer inside to carrie my pattern airplanes
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    RE: NEED HELP FOR TRAILER SETUP

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    RE: NEED HELP FOR TRAILER SETUP

    If you do a search in the main RCU thread for trailer you will come up with a real good thread showing peoples setups.

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    RE: NEED HELP FOR TRAILER SETUP

    Hey Victor,

    What kind of trailer do you have? I don't have any pictures but I have a cheap method of mounting my pattern planes inside on the walls of the trailer. My trailer is a 5x8 and I can get four 2 meter ships on the walls and all the support equipment and wings on the floor. I use some simple closet racks from Lowes or Home Depot, latex tubing and the pipe insulation for bungie cords, and last but not least a couple of swimming noodles to make pads that support the planes. We had that trailer in Ocala this year, shoot I could have showed it to you then. This rack system is very expensive, I may have spent 25.00 total on the whole set up and the great thing about it you can remove the rack arms and use the trailer for other things.

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