- Type: Off-Road Trailer (just add tent for camper)
- 3 Sizes: 2100×1200 (7x4ft), 1800×1200 (6x4ft), 2100×1500 (7x5ft)
- Overall Dimensions: 4140x1800x1320 (LxWxH)
- ATM (weight of trailer + max load): 750 – 1600kg
- Tare (weight of trailer only): approximately 600kg
- Chassis Construction: steel RHS (various sections)
- Suspension: Beam Axle & Leaf Springs OR Independent Coil (suspension plans NOT included)
- Options Included: Carrier Rack (instead of tent), spare wheel mount, swing tailgate…
- Contents: 11 detailed part & assembly drawings, 9 page assembly guide, DXF files, pictures
- File Size: 6.8MB (.zip)
- Price: $34.00
This plan is unique as it not only details trailer construction and layout to suit beam axle suspension but is also designed to to accommodate Australian made independent coil suspension that will give you superior on and off road trailer handling characteristics. Coil suspension is fast becoming the off-road trailer suspension of choice. This economical design will provide you with all the necessary detail to get you started with building a trailer straight away.
Features of this plan
- 3 Trailer Sizes: 7x4ft, 6x4ft and 7x5ft (default dimensions for 7x4ft – 2100x1200mm)
- Deep sides: The box side panels are 500mm deep
- All METRIC dimensions (mm only)
- Complete set of 11 detailed part & assembly drawings
- 9 pages of assembly instructions
- Beam Axle or Independent Coil Suspension chassis construction (suspension plans NOT included)
- Water tank mounted under side
- Spare wheel carrier on drawbar
- Hinged tailgate to allow for kitchen to be mounted
- Choice of tent frame base or heavy duty carrier rack (pictured)
- More detail…
Gas struts make lifting of the cargo or tent frame a breeze. Spare wheel and tent poles can be stored on the drawbar, leaving the cargo area free for gear. The drawbar tension bar (optional) adds strength to the drawbar and is recommended for severe off-road conditions.
Drawn to our usual high standard the Off-Road Trailer Plans will provide you with detailed dimensions on all part and assembly drawings, as well as a number of additional DXF files.
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.