6x10 ft Utility Trailer Plans - Single Axle
Want to build a trailer but need a bit more length than an 8 footer? Now is your chance to lock down plans for a 10 footer! These plans will get you a 6' wide by 10' bed, which is about 2 feet wider than a standard truck bed. Think about it. You can put your quads in sideways and still have enough room for gas cans, ice chests, coolers, etc. Or, you can load it up with tree trimmings to take to the local dump.
Whatever the job is, these basic trailer plans take the guess work out of building a trailer. Now you don't have to worry about under or overbuilding, like I usually do.
Get these plans and build this simple 10' trailer. Your mom will proud of you no matter where she is, even if you mess it up. Really though, you know what I'm talking about, and hey, lets be honest, you're not likely to mess this up like you did your last project because this time you got smart and bought yourself a complete set of plans. Seriously, buy the plans.
Mom is happy. Wife is happy. You are proud. Your neighbors will be your friends, and you will make friends you wouldn't have had otherwise because now you have a trailer to help them transport their things and help them move.
Buy now and send pictures when you're done. Happy Welding!
These plans are available as an instant download.
- 24" high (including sides but not gate)
- 96" wide (fender to fender)
- 162" long (tongue to gate)
- Total Weight is 970 lbs
- Gate/Ramp: 48" x 71 1/2" Expanded Steel
- 71 1/2" Wide
- 120" Long
- 11" Sides
- 2" x 6" Pressure Treated Pine Decking
Axle and Wheels:
- Gross Axle Weight Rating: 3,500 lb
- Tires: ST205/75D15; Load Range "C"
- Rims: 15" White Spoke
- 2" square tube axle with 3,500 Lb. leaf spring suspension.
Other Important stuff:
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 2,990 lb
Safety chains with latch.
2,000 lb Tongue Jack
DOT Required Lighting and Reflectors
Flat 4 wire plug
Trailer is designed to use a heavy angle iron frame, with a C-channel frame tongue.