Questions on M796 Bolster Trailer

KsM715

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Rumor is that they won't fit over the drums on a 105. (Haven't personally confirmed this, Just a rumor I heard when I asked at the salvage yard about a couple of wheels)
 

giaesolar

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What do you pull your bolster trailer with out of curiosity?. I just bought one and it is arriving this week. I am thinking of doing an electric over hydraulic conversion on it and ditch the pneumatic system.
 

6x6junkie

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hello I have a set of the bolster trailer wheels and tires on my 105 fit great and lower It down to usable height for firewood. the rims I got off a common e site dirt cheap nos
 

Sgt Skipper

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I have an M796 Bolster Trailer. It's a general purpose trailer and the Army used them to haul poles, pipes, etc. It weighs 5000 lbs and carries an 8000 payload. It has a center fixed axle and two independent axles with springs wheels that pivot; for traveling over rocky or rough terrain. The tongue extends out 5 ft. to make the overall length 23 ft. I can haul a dozen 40 ft. telephone poles with ease.
 
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