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Posted: Apr 11 2012, 06:10 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 9-January 11
Have you noticed if any other websites have plans or information about
customized trailers (notably for wildlife research?)
The more I think about it, the MNR and the US equivalent must have
some sort of mobile viewing and research lab setup. Ok perhaps the word "lab" might be a little far fetched, maybe just a customized setup to provide an adequate workspace and viewing platform. Essentially a specialty built trailer.
The very foundation of such vehicles must be described or shown
somewhere. Although it is possible to believe that the MNR dishes out
the specialized work of field observation to contractors and
universities, I am sure in the US they must have some specialty vehicles and trailers for such a purpose.
"As long as I stand between the sun and my shadow, I guess I am doing well...." -Stuart Adamson
Posted: Apr 21 2012, 10:32 AM
Member No.: 13
Joined: 14-March 11
FWIW, a year or two ago there was at least one thread on the M.A.B.R.C. forum about a 'homebuilt' trailer....
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