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post #61 of 66 Old 12-09-2013, 02:50 AM
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SolidWorks files

Hi Brian,

Found your post using keyword "trailer design". Am doing a research on low-profile trailer design in the market.

Possible to have the CAD files? Would really, really love to learn how you did it.

Many thanks.

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post #62 of 66 Old 12-12-2013, 10:31 AM Thread Starter
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https://drive.google.com/folderview?...jA&usp=sharing

This is a link to the trailer files. It is in Solidworks format.

Current: 2014 WK2: 2" Eibach. 20" Overland wheels. 275/55R20 BFG KO2.
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post #63 of 66 Old 12-14-2013, 05:40 PM
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Thanks Brian!
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post #64 of 66 Old 12-17-2013, 02:28 PM
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I agree, The Solid works file would be VERY useful as a base to design off of.

Then i can put the DXF's strait into pronest and onto my plasma table/Brake at work
Did this ever happen? We use pronest here as well and would love the files
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I just came across this and I like it. very design and concept.
I always hate that when I feel like I should add a word of caution to posts that deal with folks building trailers....especially an 'offroad trailer'.
I read so many threads and posts where someone says, "I think I may build my own trailer". The next thing they do is buy a HF wire feed welder, a mask and a chop saw.
Please! Please! Please! Go take a class first. It is easy to stick two pieces of metal together. But can you make it hold under pressure and stress. Remember, you are going to build something that will be going down the road at highway speeds, and lots of people could be put in danger, with you liable, should something fail. After bouncing that thing around on the trails, your welds better be good.
Sorry for sounding like a school teacher, but I build them for a living, and have welded for years.

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Did this ever happen? We use pronest here as well and would love the files
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