what kind of trailer (if any) do you use?
Posted March 02, 2005 - 10:23 AM
Posted March 02, 2005 - 11:50 AM
I found a 6x12 (Black) V nose with all fiber board interior (white) ramp door with side door for $2750 I pick it up in OR no sales tax or DMV costs. I think I will pick it up this weekend
That dosn't sound too bad.
check these guys out. THey have some good prices. Gives ya an idea.
Posted March 02, 2005 - 12:06 PM
Posted March 06, 2005 - 09:43 PM
Posted March 07, 2005 - 07:04 PM
No web site to give but here is their phone # 1-800-553-8724 or 602-437-2223
Posted March 08, 2005 - 08:32 PM
Posted March 08, 2005 - 08:40 PM
Posted March 15, 2005 - 08:43 PM
First picture is of no mods, just got it home. Weighed 2,400 lbs.
and the next picture is all done with all mods:
Next picture is of the forward mounted suspended cabinet with the utilities all inside the center of the cabinet. Both sides are large storage areas.
Note the plug in left of center is phone and cable TV jack! I have since insulated the roof with 1" styrofoam to aid the AC unit.
This picture is the underside mounted 3 ramp carrier I built. Now my ramps are all stored neatly underside and secured from theft also. All my round Master lock #40 are stainless with a 3/8" hasp are all keyed alike.
Total mods are:
9,000 BTU Coleman roof mounted A/C (consumes 9 amps max at 110VAC) This was important as I use a Honda EU2000i to run it all.
20,000 BTU "Suburban RV NT20SE" direct vent heater, themostatically controlled, electronic ignition (no pilot light).
9100 intelli-charger "60 amp RV converter/power supply" with Smart Wizard. This makes super "clean" DC to run everything and charges the battery also. The smart wizard, if it sees no consumption, will drop voltage to about 13.2 to save battery life and once about every 4 days, hits it hard with 14.8 for 15 minutes. This supposed to keep the battery working for a long time by knocking off the sulphate.
2000 watt AC inverter (1000 watt continous) "to make AC from the battery
under deck ramps
50' feet of e-track, 2 runs down each side at 18" and 36"
I have made accessories to fit inthis e-track, like a table etc. Nice thing is everything pops right out to make it a fully functional cargo trailer anytime. Overhead cabinet is permanent, but doesnt interfere with loading quads or bikes.
16 flush mounted floor "D" rings, 5 across the front and 5 across the rear, and one every 4 feet on each side. Rated for 1,200 lbs each
fully diamond plated nose (buddy poked a small hole in the skin with a camper jack)
roof vent with fan and Air Max cover
Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo
Porch flip out step with grab handle
12 foot bag type awning
12V ACC socket
Shore power inlet
AC DC 9" flat screen TV with DVD player
Bunk light (under cabinet) for reading or "last one in bed" light.