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I can help you haul your horse or most anything. I have long bed pickup and trailer.
trailer is 10' long and 55" on the inside of the side rails. the side rails are 2' tall and are open and so I can haul wider parts.
the bed is made from pressure treated 2x8's
local hauling only withing 50 miles of brandon seffner valrico area.
email me stevecobb76 at gmail dot com.
or you can call me from my buisness website. http://www.seffnerlawncare.com I just dont want to put my phone # here.
I also have plenty of ropes and straps and a little chain.
I will be installing a winch and generator and air compressor soon.


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