This is a simple trailer which can be easily connected to your truks or even to your car.Its mechanisam is so simple and easy
its chassis are made of mild steel instead of aluminum. The weight difference between aluminum and steel is 6 pounds ... for which our trailers are well balanced ... so the steel adds nothing to the tongue weight! The use of steel adds strength and stability to the trailer. Steel is preferred over aluminum because of stress fractures. A stress fracture comes from the heat of the weld in which the metal has rough treatment, such as our great highways, which will cause a break in the tube near the weld ... called a stress fracture. Using steel takes away the stress and provides no breaking!
Our Trailer Bodies:
All of our trailer bodies start off as a single flat piece of aluminum, and then the sides are bent 90 degrees giving the trailer its shape. The back is bent with a 1/2 in lip that goes towards the inside of the trailer, and once slipped into place the bottom and sides are continuous (seam) welded from the outside along with stitch welding the 1/2 in lip inside the trailer. We then attach the nose portion of the trailer using a combination of rivets and industrial calking. Once the lid is attached we add a stainless steel latch, and a automotive type seal is used to make a nice water tight seal. Finally we trim the corners doubling the thickness of the trailer not only giving it a more finished look, but substantially increasing its strength.