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Angle Iron style Camping Trailer


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LordKaos

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(05-10-2018, 04:10 PM) Scott Wrote: Anna's 4 x 6 Carry-On utility trailer has been turning into a camping trailer by outfitting it with DIY No Weld Trailer Rack Towers and Cross bars for hauling a roof top tent.

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This is similar to what I am doing, but the front of my trailer is a 47" x 19" wide black toolbox, and for at least the first season I won't  have a tent on top.  I will be able to haul my hammock rack, my easy-up canopies and some other stuff on top, leaving enough room underneath for tubs and my 45qt Rtic cooler. I used galvanized conduit support strut and the no weld towers to build my rack.  It is nice to be able to remove the strut and have the full width of the trailer available.

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(12-24-2018, 09:15 PM) LordKaos Wrote: This is similar to what I am doing, but the front of my trailer is a 47" x 19" wide black toolbox, and for at least the first season I won't  have a tent on top.  I will be able to haul my hammock rack, my easy-up canopies and some other stuff on top, leaving enough room underneath for tubs and my 45qt Rtic cooler. I used galvanized conduit support strut and the no weld towers to build my rack.  It is nice to be able to remove the strut and have the full width of the trailer available.


Sounds like a nice setup, hope to see a Bio or Build thread soon
Scott Chaney - Owner of Compact Camping Concepts
Home of the DIY Explorer Box and Dinoot trailers, also Tent Topped camping

 
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