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Ford1956tractor

01-13-2021 16:43:35




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Looking to get away fron cheap tarp that I use to protect a frame of Big tex gooseneck--recommendations?




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Mike M

01-14-2021 07:30:42




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to Ford1956tractor, 01-13-2021 16:43:35  
I had a custom cover made at a local Amish tarp shop.



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BarnyardEngineering

01-14-2021 06:59:59




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to Ford1956tractor, 01-13-2021 16:43:35  
Used billboard vinyl. Best tarps ever made.



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Ford1956tractor

01-14-2021 13:49:04




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to BarnyardEngineering, 01-14-2021 06:59:59  
Thx for all the responses!



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blackhole49

01-14-2021 07:30:34




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to BarnyardEngineering, 01-14-2021 06:59:59  
X2



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showcrop

01-14-2021 06:36:36




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to Ford1956tractor, 01-13-2021 16:43:35  
Paint or powder coat?



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Ken Macfarlane

01-14-2021 06:22:23




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to Ford1956tractor, 01-13-2021 16:43:35  
Do you mean frame or deck? Tarping trailer usually bad for the frame, and if the tarp isn't perfectly water tight, bad for the deck too.

Undercoating/oiling trailers used in winter plus parking on a surface with no grass or inside is the way to go for frame protection.



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BAnNC

01-14-2021 03:32:24




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to Ford1956tractor, 01-13-2021 16:43:35  
How would one of those vinyl sheets from sign companies work?



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J Hamilton

01-13-2021 19:00:51




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to Ford1956tractor, 01-13-2021 16:43:35  
A sheet of roll roofing is what I use, and just set some cinder blocks on the corners



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big tee

01-13-2021 17:06:49




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to Ford1956tractor, 01-13-2021 16:43:35  
I'll jump on the bandwagon--don't drive it in the Iowa salt in the Winter--problem solved---Tee



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rustred

01-13-2021 17:03:21




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to Ford1956tractor, 01-13-2021 16:43:35  
quanset?



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RM-MN

01-13-2021 17:02:59




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to Ford1956tractor, 01-13-2021 16:43:35  
I'd suggest a 40x60 pole barn but that might be a bit of overkill.



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MikeinKy

01-13-2021 18:23:54




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to RM-MN, 01-13-2021 17:02:59  
That is exactly what I use, 40 x 60 pole barn Works perfect, also protects some hay and a couple of tractors.



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Ford1956tractor

01-14-2021 03:48:18




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 Re: Gooseneck cover in reply to MikeinKy, 01-13-2021 18:23:54  
40X80 is full of equipment and hay :)



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