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    Heh guys, I want to build a trailer, a 2 wheel one that's big enough to fit a four wheeler in it. I looked at Welding Projects on the Miller website but I still have no idea where to start. Does anyone have any plans for one that they'd like to share or perhaps a website that has one? Thanks

  • #2
    Check out Northerntools.com. They have plans available for trailers such as this and more. They also have the axles,springs, wheels, light kits, couplers, etc. that you will need to complete the project.

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    • #3
      Thanks, man

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      • #4
        http://tinyurl.com/6wwr4y8

        Google is your friend.

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        • #5
          Try this place...

          http://www.trailerplans.com/

          I've bought a lot from them and have had excellent service.....

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          • #6
            Here are some pictures of one I made last year. I had the idea I wanted and then just googled trailers and manufacturers for dimensions. Like others said, a lot of good info for free if you search around. Be careful though, the cost of steel isn't cheap and it's really easy to go crazy and over build. I think I ended up with around $2000 in materials, but then again you get what you pay for.
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            • #7
              Nice looking little trailer there, Gasrat. I might suggest you add a spare tire carrier and spare so you don't have to leave it on the side of the road to go get a flat fixed or buy another tire and rim to get it somewhere. You might come back to the place where you left it and that's all you find, the PLACE you left it.

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              • #8
                Trailer Plans

                Thanks Bistineau, yeah that's definitely on my "to do list" but you know how fast those lists get taken care of.

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                • #9
                  Your shop looks pretty awesome, thank you for your response

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                  • #10
                    Here's one I'm thinking about building.

                    http://www.lincolnelectric.ca/knowle...er-project.asp

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