The Snow Show is over. The trailer hauled 3 sleds, 1000 posters and 300 T-Shirts to Toronto, Canada and back.
It pulled like a dream. I got 13mpg on the way up, and 10 on the way home. We had the wind with us on the way there, and fought it on the way home.
Here are the finished trailer. The graphics are not complete, and not the way I want them. But the decals were taking too long to peal apart. We put the finishing touches on the trailer at 3:15a of Friday morning, then turned and burned to Canada at 9a that same morning.
I also still have to put the Nitrous refill station in and the shelving and storage for oil.
Here is the progress up to the finish:
Here we are putting the Alumapanel on:
We just threw some graphics on it for the trip to Canada. So we still need to whip up the final wrap. We put the finishing touches on it at 3:15a on Friday morning, and left for Canada at 9a.
I also still have to finish up the ramp, the nitrous refill station and put the locks on the bins. I also have to put the rear door actuators in place.
Here is the completed trailer:
ere are the underdeck storage bins. They are 18" x 18" x 8". There are two of them. One on each side. There is also the same sized one for the fuel pump storage.
Here is the 120v outlet that you can leave plugged in as it is water tight:
Here is the fuel filler door for the Aux Tank:
Here are some shots of the inside. I have the two spare tires mounted but don't have the extra hubs back from powder coating.
Here is the Lexan center sky-light:
Here it shows the Motobatt 4 channel charger/tender, fire extinguisher and 55amp/hour deep cycle battery
Here is the main control panel. It has the main battery shut off, all the LED lighting controls, fuel guage and fuel pump shut-off and the switch for the front door actuators. The panel controls the front and rear loading flood lights, ceiling lighting and floor lighting.
Here is the rear door showing the rear loading floods and the Kicket marine speakers that are powered by an Alpine radio w/remote.
Here is the front door showing the actuators and front loading floods.
looks good Maize.
did you make room for couple bunks too? lol