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Trailer Question

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I have a 4x8 trailer that I would like to tear about this spring and rebuild it as an enclosed trailer. Most of the wood on it is rotting so I should replace it anyway. Anyone have any plans or know where I could get some to go by? Not sure what to build the walls & ceiling out of. Would like to do a drop down back end for a sled or wheeler as well.

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Northern has a number of plans for trailers of all sorts. Utility, enclosed, car, implement, the list goes on. If you don't have a catalog, check their website, You should find what you're looking for. Phred52

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If the trailer is only 4 ft wide I doubt that you will be able to fit a sled or a wheeler in it????

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Actually I beleive it's 5 wide, sorry.

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Northern has the kits. I did the same to a 4*8 ut.

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Cool, what do they run bunt2k?

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I don't remember, it was quite a few years ago. It wasn't horribly expensive though.

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