How to Build an Enclosed Trailer?

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You're going to be working with sheet metal, so you're going to need some welding equipment if you want to build a trailer. You'll also need an axle and wheel assembly. Here are the instructions: www.ihowd.com
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How to Build My Own Enclosed Trailer
A ready-made enclosed trailer will cost upward of $1,300. You can build your own enclosed trailer for about half that price, using a ready-made utility trailer with wheels and materials to build the floor, wall and roof of your trailer. Your door can be... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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If you want to build an enclosed trailer, you'll need a number of materials, including wood, sheet metal, tires, screws, drills, and axles. For more information look here: www.wm8c.com;
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