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Old 05-19-2019, 06:42 AM
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Default 28' trailer converting from a stacker - thoughts, ideas

lookin got move from the stacker we've had for a while to a 28' non-stacker. an atc or intech. the 28' will have that L cabinet section up near the nose wall.
anyone have some interior photos of how you arranged the inside, what racks you have on the wall, how you store your tires.
nice thing about the stacker, tons of room. room for the golfcart, tires strapped to the ground.
downside is its monsterous, can only be towed by the coach, not simple.

so willing to go tighter, lighter, small for that functionality but ill need to get the car, the wheels, a 3 x4" pitbox. fuel jugs
im guessing bolting pitpal racks and storage things to the wall has an increased value.
just curious if anyone has photos.
and the 1 or 2 I've thought about have the swing out escape door which im not sure how i feel about.

what love to hear thoughts, ideas, photos.
it will carry a 911, boxster...a Porsche.
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Old 05-22-2019, 04:07 PM
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In terms of the tires, one solution is to put shoring (spelling?) beams from one side of the trailer to the other. Space them enough to nestle some tires in and you have the full width of the trailer for tires.
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where are you all mounting your fuel jugs? i have a few of those VP, square 5gallon jugs. they are like 10"x10" x whatever the height.
id love to mount on the passengerfenderwell to save the other floor space but too wide, they overhang the fenderwell several inches.
any other creative places to store fuel without wasting floor space
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what about putting a tire rack on top of your pit box so it is 1 unit?
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Old 05-24-2019, 12:57 AM
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do you have a truck to pull the trailer?

What about a gooseneck, then you have all that storage above the tongue for storage
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Old 05-25-2019, 11:35 PM
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Originally Posted by spg993tt View Post
where are you all mounting your fuel jugs? i have a few of those VP, square 5gallon jugs. they are like 10"x10" x whatever the height.
id love to mount on the passengerfenderwell to save the other floor space but too wide, they overhang the fenderwell several inches.
any other creative places to store fuel without wasting floor space
Fuel jugs just mount to the floor along the front or side somewhere. If you put a tire rack on one of the side walls, just put the fuel jug rack underneath that.
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