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  1. Home Made RV Trailer

    Here I want to share with you a project I built several years ago. Recently, when I saw these pictures, I spontaniously said that I should share them with my LJ's friends. I made it from scratch, meaning that I started by purchasing 20' long 1-1/2'' X 1-1/2'' angle irons and 2'' square tubings...
  2. Wooden Sides for Trailer

    This was originally a flatbed trailer with a motorcycle rail on the bed. Bed is 5 foot by 8 foot long. Built the sides to make it a more versitile trailer. The sides can be easily removed by taking out pins that go through the side supports that extend into the steel trailer bed. The tailgate...
  3. Explorer Box Camping Trailer

    A few year back I searched for a nice compact two person camping trailer, no one made one, so I designed my own. It's design is a combination for vinage tent and teardrop trailer, I call it an Explorer Box. It's a rolling camp box of sorts. It has a kitchen / galley area on the front that...
  4. Trailer for my WS Truck

    G'day Heres the trailer I made to go with my WS truck I did not use a plan , just made it up as I went I did try to make expandable in width and length but it was not sturdy enough for me so it became a standard fixed version. now I need a model of construction equiptment to load on...
  5. Beech and walnut round table

    I got tired of moving this beech cookie cut around so i decided to finally do something with it. I had an excess of walnut short material so i used that for the base. Table was made as a spec piece and sold before i got any decent photos .
  6. Tear Drop Trailer

    I helped my sister-in-law, Janice, build this little camp trailer to tow behind her Subura. She bought a set of plans but we only used the pattern for the side profile.The rest is our design. Overall size is 4'x4'x8'. The frame is a folding trailer from Harbor Freight, modified and stiffened...
  7. Tip Tandem Axle Trailer

    Hello fellow LJs, so here my latest completed project. I was about to make a shelf for the Tudor and thought I should do something different. So I came up with the trailer idea. I wanted to try the tip trailer and it works but the Tudor is to low so have to use ramps as well. . The fenders are...
  8. Reclaimed Brickwork End Tables

    Completely reclaimed rough-cut barn wood, old trailer decking, and structural beams. The brick pattern top and the skirt are barn wood, the surface frame came from the trailer decking, and the legs are the beam. I quartered the beam and planed the legs to true 2"X2" and added a taper. The...
  9. Kayak Trailer

    Made this in June 2009 when I returned from a deployment to Iraq. We had decided we were going to go camping and kayaking on my 30-day block leave, so we needed a way to transport enough sit-on-top kayaks for all 6 of us in our family. I started with a 5'x8' utility trailer from Lowe's. After...
  10. Tow Behind Trailer For My Bicycle

    I am making a lot of deliveries within a 2 mile radius of my workshop, so I decided to build a delivery trailer for the back of my bicycle. The trailer frame and tow bar are made out of a couple of Cedar 2×4's that I ripped in half on the table saw. The slats are Cedar fence boards. I...
  11. A car hauler for the Fleet

    After creating the fleet it seemed logical to tie it all together with a car hauler. The design for the hauler took a lot more effort. A child's toy needs several considerations: 1. Hold all the cars in any combination. That was pretty easy to do by making sure that the longest cars fit on...
  12. Peterbilt Tractor and Trailer

    I built this Peterbilt 389 "Short Hood" Tractor and Rogers 60 Ton trailer for my Best Friend David after suffering from some PTSD related issues. He encouraged me to build this when I wasn't sure I actually could. The truck and trailer are over 6 feet long combined. The set has over 400...
  13. Teardrop camper

    Its taken over a year on and off but its finally, mostly, done. Started with a rotten popup camper I got for free. Its far from perfect but I think it's pretty cool and will sure beat a tent particularly on those rainy nights.
  14. Garden Trailer

    I decided that we needed a garden cart. Since we had just purchased a John Deere riding lawn mower, I needed the cart to look "John Deereish". Most of the wood used were pieces that I had laying around the shop. I did have to buy the 14 inch tires and the 5/8th inch treaded rod for the axle...
  15. Bicycle Trailer

    I need a bike trailer in our park in Arizona. I don't have a 4 wheeler or a golf cart so I have to carry a lot of wood, tools, fruit, or laundry or take the car on short jaunts here and there. I started this project to be an all wood trailer with dovetailed joints on the sides. It added up to...
  16. Cargo trailer conversion

    A few weeks ago the wife and I purchased a new aluminum cargo trailer. We had a few amenities put on it at the factory; awning, fan, upgraded wheel rims, window, to name a few. Then I brought it home and began to convert it. I started by removing all the interior and insulating it with pink foam...
  17. Pine Hitch extender support my April 1st project

    I love the free section of Craig's List. I found this trailer listed by someone who just wanted it out of their driveway TODAY! It came with everything I'd need including a 5th wheel hitch. My only hitch was I don't have a truck to move it. Well, some Lumberjock inspiration, some thought and a...
  18. My version of a Teardrop Trailer

    We call her "Fern". Okay, so this project isn't completely made of wood, but it's mostly wood. This is a 4 ft. by 8 ft. cedar Teardrop trailer. I used a rusty old homemade trailer frame I found in field as the foundation for this project. My goal during the building process was to preserve...
  19. Teardrop Trailer

    Mary and I made a decision to build a teardrop trailer on February 15th. My detailed blog is at the Teardrops 'n Tiny Travel Trailers forum. Mary next to the Little Guy Silver Shadow 5' x 10' we checked out to confirm we would be comfortable in a teardrop. A photo from Cool Tears and...
  20. Kenworth and 48 Wheel Lowboy Trailer

    Well, It's been a long time since I posted a project on this site - but I'm still alive and still woodworking! I have made many small projects and gifts over the past two years, but never got around to posting them. This is my latest large project: A tri-axel Kenworth T800 pulling a 48 wheel...
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