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Trailer Blueprints - 10Ft. Bolt-Together Trailer

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"Complete step-by-step procedure to build this 3500-lb. capacity trailer - with no welding Bolt-together design accepts either aluminum or steel material. Effective bed length of 10ft., bed width 60in. Complete plans include torsion axle, tailgate and jack. Comes with DOT-approved wiring schematic and bill of material. Five 24in. x 36in. sheets full of detail. U.S.A. Note This item can NOT be returned. DOT Approved Yes, Trailer Capacity lbs. 3500, Trailer Size ft. 10 x 5, Blueprint Description Bolt together, Blueprint Scale 120."
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Plywood floor possible?

Is the aluminum floor structural? Could it be replaced with a plywood floor? I would like to use the plan for building a teardrop trailer.
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 - Montreal
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The aluminum or steel trailer bed is structural. Northern Tool does not recommend using plywood for the bed of the trailer.
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Are the side rails needed.

I'm planning to build a teardrop trailer, which uses a 5x10 deck. I need an open deck trailer like the one in the related product. Can I remove the side rails without affecting the overall strength of the trailer.

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asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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 - Northern illinois
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This blueprint to build a trailer is the basis to build a trailer. The side rails would be part of the structure and strength of the trailer. You could build the trailer with a heavier gauge metal for the deck and not use the side rails.
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