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 Anyone ever installed hydraulics on a food trailer?

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IslandDogsInc.

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Anyone ever installed hydraulics on a food trailer? Sat, 11/10/12 4:56 PM (permalink)
I'm about to start building my own trailer from scratch and got the idea to do a hydraulic suspension (like on low-rider cars) so I can lower the structure to the ground (completely hiding the wheels) at events, then level it out with built in feet so that it looks like a permanent structure.  Is this crazy? Has anyone ever done this?
 
That the structure not look like an ordinary concession trailer is key to my concept.
 
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