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Most trailers have a vin plate attached to the draw bar (A-frame ) so look far a plate attached or look for the vin numbers stamped into the bars

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SOURCE: locating vin # no dash no doors no title :(

Also if original frame it should be stamped on driver side frame too

Posted on Aug 22, 2012

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