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Old 10-14-2009, 08:56 AM
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ATV Trailer

Hey guys, I just built a pretty cool ATV trailer. Its my first real fabrication project. Its kinda over kill but I like it. Still needs marker lights. Maybe a tool box. What do you guys think?
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Old 10-14-2009, 09:08 AM
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looks good man ! !
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thanks!!! If anyone has a pic of their atv trailers maybe they might want to post them up too. ? All the sudden Im stoked on trailers lol.
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looks awsome but you really need to re enforce that mesh it will bend in a heartbeat i have had that prob alot with my mower trailers a few extra pound heavier tailgate isnt that much of a sacrifice when it saves you money otherwise great job. how much wieght is that axle rated for?
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I think you should make me one. lol I dont know if this will help you out but here is the little trailer I use.

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might as well just throw it in the bed goose lol
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might as well just throw it in the bed goose lol
Nah, the trailer is so much easier. I also have a tool box so the 4wheeler doesn't fit to well.
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Old 10-14-2009, 10:17 AM
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might as well just throw it in the bed goose lol
I either do that or I bought a brand new 6x10 ft utility trailer with the wooden floor all wired and everything for 500 brand new. It was gonna cost like 350 for parts if I would have went the other way building my own plus the time.

Well worth the 500. I pull a lawnmower with it during the summer, scrap metal when I need some extra money, moving furniture and stuff, and of course the fourwheeler. Probably the best money ever spent.
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Nah, the trailer is so much easier. I also have a tool box so the 4wheeler doesn't fit to well.
Thats why I like having a long bed. I love love love the way cc sb are but when you have a toolbox in the back of a sb you have no room. Hauling lumber is also a lot easier in the lb.

With that being said unless my next truck is a dually it will be a shortbed
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Old 10-14-2009, 10:23 AM
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I thought about building my own but it would have been more of a hassle for me since the only welding I know how to do is with a soldering iron Now I am just waiting for a deal to come around on a 16'er
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