I have always wanted to build a utility trailer. So I decided why not build one! Heres some shots during contruction. Trialer is not completely finished but It is registered for the road and can be used. Trailer deck measures 7' by 12'.
I'm by far just "Nit Picking" but noticed the ramps made out of angle iron,if you flip those ramps aver they will be MUCH more stronger and take years of abuse better.
Angle iron is designed for it's strength when applying the load on top of the point of the "A",they are actualy pretty weak when used upside down..just a thought for you.
I have the same type of ramps on my 8'x16' car hauler,and even with the angles pointed up the way they need to be, they have some bend in them from several years of use
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I agree with what you are saying. I like the looks of it this way better tho. If I ever planned on beefing up the trailer with another axel and brakes for towing my jeep I would definately have to consider doing something different with the tail gate.