4 x 8 is a great size for a utility trailer – perfect for odd jobs and/or for a motorcycle. Also, one of our most popular. This 2000 lb capacity trailer is tough for the work, yet easy to pull — even behind a smaller vehicle (see your vehicle specs.).
- 4 x 8 foot Nominal Bed Size. (Actual dimensions are a little bigger.)
- Single Axle, 2000 lb. Capacity, Leaf Spring Style.
- Removable Ramp Option.
- Options For Sides.
- Motorcycle Stand Plans Included.
- Trailer Plans Include Complete Drawings and Instructions.
4 x 8 Trailer Design Details:
Plans include easy to follow, illustrated instructions and construction options. They also include a parts list with suggested places to purchase the components. (The pictures show one of the sides options and the ramp. Others can be made.)
Design options maximize utility and usefulness, and allow trailer customizing for your particular needs. Things like sides, a top or tailgate can be added, and are illustrated in the plans. Extras bits like a motorcycle stand, a ramp and toolbox mounting (included in the plans) can also be made and added if desired.
Utility Trailer Technical Information:
- Trailer bed size is slightly larger than 4 ft. wide x 8 ft. long. Allows 4 x 8 sheet goods (like plywood, drywall, etc.) to be laid flat on the bed.
- Overall length including the tongue is ~150 inches. (May vary with options.)
- Trailer bed height depends on design options and can range from 16 inches up. (Bed height shown is 19″.)
- Max load capacity (depending on options) is 2000 lbs.* including the trailer.
- Trailer weight varies with design options, but will range from 390 lbs (minimal flat bed) on up.
Reminder: Trailer construction requires metal working skills and tool for things like cutting steel, drilling, accurate fixturing and set-up, as well as welding. The strength, durability, and enjoyment depend on how well the trailer is made. Build it well, and Enjoy the Project !!
Trailer Plans & Information:
- To purchase these trailer plans, use the “ADD TO CART” button above.
- For more info about our plans, please read What’s In The Plans?
- Specific info about our trailers is at What Makes Our Trailer Plans Better?
- More about trailers in general is in these two articles: “What makes a good Trailer Design?” and “Choosing the Right Utility Trailer”.