ATV trailer plans specifically designed for 2 ATV’s with the ramps needed to easily load and unload. Plans include several variations for customization like ramps that attach to the side for loading, and store under the trailer for traveling. This trailer has been engineered for strength, for functionality, and on-the-road stability! Check out all the features.
- Single axle, leaf spring design.
- 5′ x 10.5′ nominal bed size (fits 2 standard ATV’s)
- 3500 lb. trailer capacity.
- Includes options for decking, deck height, tongue length, etc.. (Image shows animation of various options.)
- Options for front shield and/or storage area.
- Motorcycle stand plans included.
- Plans include complete drawings and instructions.
ATV Trailer Plans Details:
We offer two sizes of ATV trailers — Both versions accommodate 2 full size ATV’s. This is the smaller size (5’x 10.5′ bed), so it’s a little narrower and shorter but holds 2 ATV’s just the same. The narrower profile can be a benefit when towing with something other than a full size vehicle. The larger size (6’x 11′ bed) has a wider deck for a little extra bed space to carrying your extra gear. Both are designed for a single 3500# axle, and both come with lots of options for customizing the trailer to your needs.
Note: Actual bed is slightly bigger than the stated size in feet.
Build It To Meet Your Needs:
For Strength and simplicity, the ATV trailer plans show standard steel beams with triangulation for rigidity. Some other trailers are weak and require short sides. Not these. They are strong, by design, starting at the frame.
Towing Stability, is achieved by adhering to the fundamentals, adjustable options for various load types and standard features like a tongue long enough for proper vehicle spacing and maneuverability.
Design Versatility brings axle and brake options for load and bed height, various tie-down locations and types, sides (options and variations) if you want such a thing on an ATV trailer, several bed material options and a fold down tailgate/ramp.
Finally, the added Options. Here is a partial list, some of which are shown in the animated image:
- Ramps, and the Hidden under the bed storage option.
- Bed Material & Height Options.
- Front Storage / Shield Options.
- Optional Toolbox and Storage Mounting.
- Infinitely Variable Tie-down Options.
- Tailgate Options.
- And More … All specifically designed for ATV’s.
Plans include the above options for customization, and when you build the trailer yourself, you can add things of your own to make it perfect. They also include a full list of materials, suggested parts and sources, complete illustrated instructions, full detailed drawings, (and more . . . ).
ATV Trailer Plans Technical:
- Trailer bed actual size is 1.5″ wider, and 3.5″ longer than the nominal stated size.
- Overall length including the tongue is 52 – 58 inches beyond the indicated bed length.
- Trailer bed height depends on chosen design options, and will range from 16 inches up. (Bed height shown is a low 18″)
- Max load capacity depends on the axle option, and includes the trailer weight.
- Several options are included with each set of plans to provide a variety of functions. Some options are mutually exclusive. Not all options are shown in the pictures here.
- Trailer weight varies with design options. Weight of the trailer increases with length, width and increased axle capacity.
Reminder: Trailer construction requires metalworking skills and tools for things like cutting, drilling, accurate fixturing and set-up, as well as welding. Strength, durability, and enjoyment depend on how well the trailer is made. Build it well, then Enjoy the Finished Project !!
Trailer Plans & Information:
- Purchase these plans with the “ADD TO CART” button above. After payment confirmation, the Plans are immediately available for Download. Use the link on the return page, or in the email receipt, or login for access.
- For more information about the plans, check out these two articles: What’s In The Plans? and What Makes Our Trailer Plans Better?
- Then, for more on trailers, try these two articles from Synthesis Engineering: “What Makes A Good Trailer Design?” and “Choosing The Right Utility Trailer”.