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2-Horse Bumper Pull Dressing room for sale in New York City, NY

Here are the original specs on this trailer Aerodynamic quot V quot nose front end, Acrylic Urethane paint and primer, Smooth sided exterior wall over interior posts, Pin stripe and vinyl striping, Grease able hinges, 5 quot radius corner w full sweep curved roof, Fiberglass front cap, Rubber torsion axles, 4 wheel electric brakes, Lockable steel doors, quot rubber floor mats, 2 way aluminum popup roof vents above each horse, Trailer body caulked prior to paint, Caulking around floor and side panels, Padded breast and butt bars, divider and outside wall, Pin less butt bar latching system, Interior lights in dressing room and horse area, All doors sealed, Horse ties inside and outside, Gravel guard on fenders and front wrap, Pressure treated 2 quot flooring running lengthwise, Undercoated wheel wells and frame, Spare tire bracket inside front , P235 75R15 quot 6 lug silver mod wheels w chrome center cap, 16 quot x48 quot slider window on each side, Cross members 1 1 2 quot x 3 quot on approx. 30 quot centers, Coupler 2 5 16 quot ball type, Lockable steel door w 16 quot x18 quot window in dressing room, Fixed front oval wins with clamp ring, Wood lining on side wall, Double rear door w double plated cam latches and double lower wall, Formed rear corner post with header and oval rubber mount tail lights, D.O.T. CSA approved sealed lighting system w high mounted license light and bracket, Head dividers hinged and removable, Breakaway battery w maintenance charger


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