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Old 03-09-2021, 06:00 PM   #1
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Default 19"x10" Aluminum Flatbed Trailers

Custom aluminum flatbed trailers for sale. Made from .048" aluminum. Suspension is 3D printed in PETG. Trailer deck measures 19" long by 10" wide. Non-riveted parts use stainless hardware as much as possible.

Structure is pretty rigid, but very light. Pictured trailer weighs 3lb 9oz with wheels and tires.

Wheels and tires are not included. Will require 4.19" or smaller tires.

You will also need to fabricate your own trailer hitch on the vehicle side.

Price is $225 shipped in the continental US, $200 local. International shipping will probably be pretty expensive (very large box), send me a PM if you'd like a quote.



























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Old 03-10-2021, 10:51 PM   #2
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Very nice Jeff!! You did a great job with design.
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Old 03-11-2021, 07:46 AM   #3
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^^^^^^ Yup, looking good. Best part is the weight. RC4WD and others are about 10 lbs. empty. What is the load capacity, can you load it with an 8 - 10 lb. rig?
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Very nice Jeff!! You did a great job with design.
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^^^^^^ Yup, looking good. Best part is the weight. RC4WD and others are about 10 lbs. empty. What is the load capacity, can you load it with an 8 - 10 lb. rig?
I haven't put anything that heavy on it yet, but the trailer itself should handle that fine. The included shocks might be a bit soft for that heavy of a load, but they're easily changeable for another 90mm-ish shock. My personal trailer has Traxxas GTS shocks, which have a good selection of spring options.

As soon as we get some halfway decent weather, I will take it out and run it around for a day loaded up and see how well it all works.

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