In Part 3, the paint has dried and reassembly of the Morris Mule trailer begins.
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The tires and fenders are put on the trailer. The Herculiner on the fender brackets makes the bolts fit snuggly. A tap of the hammer pushes the bolts through. The tailgate is reattached to the trailer, along with its wiring. The brake light boxes, brake light wiring with ground wire, and the gasket for the brake light are assembled and bolted into place.
Check back for part 4 of our Morris Mule trailer makeover.
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Following is a list of the products used in the makeover project:
HERCULINER BED LINER
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- Trailer bed
- Cargo area
- Underneath: forward facing surfaces of crossbars and axle
- Brake boxes: top and forward facing surfaces, and the side of the box away from the trailer
RUSTOLEUM TRUCK BED COATING SPRAY PAINT
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- Trailer tongue
- Underside and back of crossbars underneath the trailer
- Brake boxes: trailer side and bottom surfaces, and the surface where the light goes
- Cargo storage box
- Jerry can racks
RUSTOLEUM CAMOUFLAGE SAND-COLORED SPRAY PAINT
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- All top, front, back and side trailer surfaces not otherwise painted
RUSTOLEUM SEMI GLOSS BLACK
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- Trailer stabilizer bars and rack bars
MORRIS MULE TRAILER
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