|Project by Levo||posted 11-21-2015 04:07 AM||1002 views||0 times favorited||10 comments|
Bought a new 7’ x 12’ Cargo/Work trailer. I didn’t go with the ramp door because I find in my work (interior trim and residential custom wood) that a ramp door will only get in the way. I use my trailer like a shop, so the in and out and in and out ALL day long would cause the ramp door to be useless after 6 months to a year anyways.
Custom (VERY STURDY…lots of travel) built cabinets and shelves with 3/4” birch plywood. It has a 5’ cabinet on the right side that’s 3 stories high with 3 closed/lidded compartments for hardware storage mainly.
Then an 8’ cabinet on the left with 4 long lidded compartments for tools in and out of their boxes and misc open compartment storage at the bottom. The nose of the trailer is reserved for my cut table for my 10” Makita and various hoses/cords as well as the bigger 40 gallon compressor.
Both sides are bolted to the steel frame with 24 nut/bolts on the 8’ and 16 nut/bolt on the 5’ section. Eye hooks placed accordingly. I’m sure everyone knows how it goes, when you are breaking in a new space only time will tell you were everything should go. That explains the basic look right now.
No finish on the interior. Left all wood raw. Doors are closed using basic spring loaded hasps.
Not much to show off but I wanted to post a project. Shop project OTW next!
-- Chris - Residential Custom Wood Work - Jacksonville, FL