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  1. Beverly Hart
    June 5, 2020 @ 12:51 PM

    I have a 3×4 tag-a-long trailer. I want to convert it to a 3×5 box type trailer but I want to use the same frame. All the plans I see are for 5x– trailers. I’m not sure I can convert the width fro 5′ to 3′. Any suggestions?

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  2. Sepena Mojapelo
    June 27, 2020 @ 8:00 AM

    I have two by trailer axles, with a loading capacity of 1.6ton each. My question with them is whether the will translate into a 3.2tonnage trailer if built properly according to proper plan.

    My second point is: I want to built a 6ft x 14ft or 2m x 4.2m tandem utility trailer for self, my question or request is how to find or get the complete plan for it.

    Regards

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    • Mechanic
      June 27, 2020 @ 9:36 AM

      Yes, adding the axle capacity is correct, but make sure the axles are really the same, and you will need a spring set with a rocker center so the axles will load share.
      2nd, we have plans for a 6×14 available at https://mechanicalelements.com/diy/6×14-7000lb-utility-trailer-plans/ You can modify the dimensions slightly to meet your need, and you will need to convert the materials to metric if that’s what you have available.

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