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Old 10-28-2020, 06:14 AM   #1
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I have an old utility trailer, that sadly, needs to be replaced. Requesting recommendations for a business that removes junk items such as this. Thanks.
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Old 10-28-2020, 07:22 AM   #2
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I have an old utility trailer, that sadly, needs to be replaced. Requesting recommendations for a business that removes junk items such as this. Thanks.
How many damaged is it?

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Old 10-28-2020, 07:23 AM   #3
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Put it on Craigslist for free. I can pretty much guarantee someone will be there within 24 hours to pick it up.
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the bracket connecting the leaf spring to the frame is broken. I've been told by a welding shop it is too rusty to weld back on. I'm not a welder but it does look pretty bad. IF not for that, the wood bed and sides are in good shape.
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I tried that in Mass where the town wanted $35.00 each to pick up an old grill and an old broken office chair.
I listed in Free Craigslist, both were gone in one hour. LOL
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the bracket connecting the leaf spring to the frame is broken. I've been told by a welding shop it is too rusty to weld back on. I'm not a welder but it does look pretty bad. IF not for that, the wood bed and sides are in good shape.
I would definitely list it for free or $100 (as others have mentioned here in the past, with a price it has "value"). I think you'll get rid of it quickly.

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I would definitely list it for free or $100 (as others have mentioned here in the past, with a price it has "value"). I think you'll get rid of it quickly.

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My neighbor gave me his broken snow blower. I sold it on CL for $250 the first day. Guy was very happy, said he would have it running in no time. CL is a different kind of place.
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My neighbor gave me his broken snow blower. I sold it on CL for $250 the first day. Guy was very happy, said he would have it running in no time. CL is a different kind of place.
I hope you shared your profit with your neighbor.........?
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No. He moved and was just going to leave it at the end of his driveway for free. I told him I was going to see if I could sell it and he said good luck.
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I have an old utility trailer, that sadly, needs to be replaced. Requesting recommendations for a business that removes junk items such as this. Thanks.
Dial 1-800-GOT-JUNK and ask if they have an affiliate in your locale.
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