Need a heavy duty trailer? Try this beefed up, 6000 lb. or 7000 lb. capacity, version — 6×10 Utility Trailer Plans. The design is tough, and the plans include many options to customize for specific needs. Maximize the usefulness or your unique trailer, and build it to perform, build it to last.
- Fully Engineered Heavy Duty Trailer Design.
- Single axle, leaf spring design.
- 6′ x 10′ full use bed size. (A little larger than 6 ft wide and a little longer than 10 ft length for full useable 6′ x 10′ deck space.)
- Heavy Duty Trailer with option for 6000 lb. or 7000 lb. Load Capacity.
- Includes the option for a fold-down rear Tailgate and Ramp combination.
- Has lots of options for trailer bed material and for tie-down places.
- Includes an option for a hide-under ramp, and for sides (or not).
- Build a motorcycle stand (or 2) to go with it – included in the plans.
- All our plans come complete with full drawings and illustrated instructions.
6×10 Heavy Duty Trailer Plans Details:
All our trailers are designed for Strength and simplicity with standard beams, gusseting and triangulation for rigidity. They are fully engineered to be strong, by design, starting at the frame, and they do not rely on sides to meet capacity. Yes, sides options are included, but they are not required. The frame is the solid foundation built to perform and to last.
Towing Stability, is achieved with engineering design fundamentals to tow easily. Plans include adjustable options for various load types. Equally important is Maneuverability, so the tongue gives proper vehicle spacing.
Design Versatility is in the plans — with axle and brake choices, load and deck height variations, sides (or not), a top (or not), and deck material choices. Options include ramps or tailgates like a fold down tailgate/ramp combination. — All are included.
Finally, there are options for Flexibility like a hidden ramp, motorcycle stands, an aerodynamic-ish front, toolbox mounting, infinitely variable tie-down placement, and more. Pictures show some of the options. We encourage you to customize the trailer for your unique needs.
Plans include complete drawings and illustrated instructions — with construction tips. They also have a parts and materials list with suggestions for purchasing components.
Utility Trailer Technical Information:
- * Trailers built from these 6×10 heavy duty trailer plans have beds with an actual size 2″ wider than 6 ft. and 3.5″ longer than 10 ft. so the they give a full usable 6 x 10 deck — even with sides and tailgate.
- Length, including the tongue, is 175 inches or so (depending on options and parts chosen).
- Deck height is a factor of design options, and will range from 16″ up. (Standard is about 19″.)
- Options for 6000 lb. or 7000 lb. capacity are in the plans. This is the maximum load for this heavy duty trailer, including the weight of the trailer.
- For a little lighter capacity, a 5200 lb. axle option can substitute in this same design.
- Finished weight depends on design choices, yet a typical flatbed sprung weight is around 800 lbs.
(Total weight is more like 1100 lbs complete.)
- Weight increases with certain bed material options, and things like sides, tailgate, toolbox, etc..
- Many options are in the plans to give added function. Some options are mutually exclusive, and many options are not visible in the pictures.
- Choose customization for special uses – ATV & motorcycles, or trash, or furniture, or landscape needs.
Reminder: Trailer construction requires metalworking skills and tools for things like cutting, 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, then Enjoy the Finished Project !!
Trailer Plans & Information:
- Purchase these plans with the “ADD TO CART” button above. Download is available right after confirmed payment.
- 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”.