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place to park my 6x12

All my locations for parking my 6x12 covered trailer have fallen thru with my management. Am looking for temporary or permanent parking for it. I live and work in Greektown but am willing to drive outside city to park it.

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Finding parking for a 6X12 will be next to impossible. I think you are going to have to bite the bullet and buy storage space at a storage garage area.
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Does it fold?

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Does it fold?
Its an enclosed trailer
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It's not Optimus Prime trailer. It doesn't transform.
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It's not Optimus Prime trailer. It doesn't transform.
That sucks. I would buy that trailer.

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Does it fold?
it will if you put it in a crusher, but it might be a little inconvenient to use later

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Usually you can store trailers at storage units. The one by me has all the storage garage locker things then boats and trailers and shit all around the perimeter. Still inside the fences and everything so they're safe(r).

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All my locations for parking my 6x12 covered trailer
didn't say enclosed

i want to drink, but only to kill a certain few brain cells and i don't care how many i have to take out to get to them.
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didn't say enclosed



Well I don't think he has a covered trailer from the cowboys and indian days. Also since Bart brought a 6X12 traielr to Jennnings with us last month I am going to go out on a limb and say is an enclosed trailer.
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Well I don't think he has a covered trailer from the cowboys and indian days. Also since Bart brought a 6X12 traielr to Jennnings with us last month I am going to go out on a limb and say is an enclosed trailer.
I was thinking trailer with an EZup over it.

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call up those orange storage places.

they rent out parking spots that are in the gated property. might be 100 a month?
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a 6x12 folding trailer... that's a new one.

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I located a place to park it in the city!!! killer!

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This is why you find a home out of the cities. Hell we can park them in the backyard.

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anywhere I can park my 6x12 covered but not enclosed trailer?



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anywhere I can park my 6x12 covered but not enclosed trailer?


next to fierospeeders trailer? might bring up the value...... of his place





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next to fierospeeders trailer? might bring up the value...... of his place
Actually that would make his place a double wide.

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I know of a garage space near Damen and Fulton you could probably park it in, the guy thats gonna be renting the space seems pretty cool when ive talked to him at the track

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I have a place near there to park it already.... Interesting tho you mention Fulton and damen... Im about to sign on a 900 sq workshop for the bikes at that ICNC location there.

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