- Type: Enclosed Trailer (Small)
- Enclosed Size LxWxH: 2100x1200x1400mm (7x4x4½ft)
- Overall Size LxWxH: 3780x1715x2200mm (12½x6x7½ft)
- ATM (weight of trailer + max load): 1750kg
- Tare (weight of trailer only): approximately 450kg
- Chassis & Frame Construction: RHS (various sections)
- Suspension: Single Beam Axle & Leaf Springs
- Features: Finishing trim for a great professional look, ladder storage racks, spare wheel mount
- Contents: 17 detailed part & assembly drawings, 10 page assembly guide, DXF files, spreadsheets, pictures and a number of optional drawing files and extras
- File Size: 9.5MB (.zip)
- Price: $36.00
The plan is based on a typical 2100x1200mm (7x4ft) box style trailer with enclosed sides and rear door 1400mm (4½ft) high. The enclosed volume amounts to a very handy 3.5m³ (126ft³). Chassis and frame is of RHS construction and enclosed panel material can either be steel, zincanneal, zincaluminum, composite or suitable alternatives.
The design makes provision for a drawbar mounted spare wheel carrier. The rear door swings sideways providing full access into the trailer from behind. Overhead racks are handy to carry ladders or those bits too long to fit inside.
The drawing set and comprehensive assembly guide will assist you in every step of the construction and give you heaps of advice on brakes, axles, suspension and other components. Save lots by building your own trailer with these professionally prepared plans. The plans will provide all the necessary drawings, instructions and parts lists to enable you to build with confidence, knowing that your trailer will conform to legal requirements.
A fairly small enclosed trailer that is surprisingly easy and inexpensive to build. Full size rear swing door provides unobstructed access into the trailer.
Drawn to our usual high standard the Enclosed Trailer Plans will provide you with detailed dimensions on 17 part and assembly drawings, as well as a number of additional DXF files, wiring diagrams and spreadsheets.
All the detail is provided to achieve a great professional finish by utilizing inexpensive trim on all external edges.
Panel Fixing is not very hard when you know how. The plans provide plenty of information and detail on panel fixing.
The plans conform to the Australian National Code of Practice – Building Small Trailers (VSB1). Trailers built to comply with this code of practice can be registered for on-road use in Australia.