Spread Axle 48′ x 102″

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Spread Axle Flatbed Trailer Specs

Material: Constructed out of 6061 aluminum

Frame:  1/8″ thick aluminum angle with aluminum
angle cross members.

Suspension:  Trailing arm design with spring air bags.
Each wheels has an independently turning 5mm axle,
mounted in aluminum and brass axle tubes, with pressed in bearings

Lighting: LED lighting with hidden wiring including aluminum
7.2v battery box. 6 LED’s on each side, 2 LED’s in front of trailer,
and 4 small LED marker lights and 6 large tail lights in rear. Battery and all wiring is enclosed and hidden from view.
Total of of 24 LED lights on trailer.

Note: Trailer lighting is independent from truck so regardless of what your truck has, the trailer will still have marker and tail lights, with no connection to the truck.

Deck: Aluminum decking with wood nail strips.

Landing Gear:  Tamiya manually operated plastic
support legs.

Tool Boxes: Boxes are constructed of all aluminum with drop down doors on piano style hinges.

Dimensions: 42.80″ in length and 7.55″  in width

Weight:  11.75 lbs

Misc:
Aluminum wheels

Rubber mud flaps on all wheels. 

DOT aluminum bumper

DOT Safety tape on sides and rear

High quality metric hardware.

Optional all aluminum tool boxes

Note: There will be a wait time for these trailers, usually 4-6 weeks. Email me if you want to order, that way you are on the list in order. Payment is only due when trailer is completed. No down payment required.
darnat3@gmail.com

 

PRICING:

Complete Trailer with LED lights, Wheels & Tires (Tool Boxes are extra)                                                                    $790.00 + shipping  

Trailer without wheels/tires/tool boxes –  $725.00 + shipping

Note: Tool boxes are a $55.00 add-on option if purchased with trailer.

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16 Responses to Spread Axle 48′ x 102″

  1. Bill M. says:

    I was curious if you would be interested in selling just the spread flat trailer with the deck. I think that it would be perfect for a custom reefer build. If not thats fine.

  2. Gerald says:

    Hello,
    Amazing work. I was wondering if you could build me a version with tandems at the back instead of a spread? I’m building a scale version of my truck and my full size has tandems at the back with the side boxes in front. If not then I understand. Thank you and amazing work.

    • Darwin says:

      Hi Gerald,

      Thanks you very much!! What makes it nice with this style of suspension system, is they are easy to place where you want them, you could have a closed tandem and then at a later time you could remove a couple of screws and slide it forward into a spread axle configuration, and swap the tool boxes also. I sent you an email.

  3. David wilson says:

    Just saw your trailers they are the best looking trailers I’ve seen , I just ordered a knight hauler and I have been looking at trailers for quite some time my favorite is the low boy but u don’t make one of those(wish u did) but anyway I like the spread axle heavy haul please reply I know you are busy but would like to have a talk with you….thanks

  4. Carlos Z says:

    Today I received my trailer here in Mexico, the truth that I am very satisfied with my purchase, very good quality, just like a real trailer, 100% recommended. Thanks Darwin

  5. Randall Wolfe says:

    Ok you twisted my arm, I’ll take a Step deck and a Flatbed! No Hurry just email me when you get them ready and I’ll pay the fare and wait for the freight!

    • Darwin says:

      Your planning on doing some serious trucking! Great, I will be glad to get you set up. It will be a ways into the future, I have several trailers waiting to be built once I get settled into the new place in early November. But we will discuss via email exactly what you want, options etc. Thanks Randy!!

  6. cory eilek says:

    Darwin I emailed you back some time about a trailer and was wondering if im still inline for one of your trailers. I wouldwant the 48ft drop spread completed with aluminum rims and l.e.ds

  7. Cedric Wesley says:

    Hi Sir talk to u few months ago about a trailer get ready next month do u have some ready & how much for drop decks thanks

  8. Jason Staples says:

    I was wondering if you would be interested in making a scaled Manac 53′ Expandable Step Deck trailer?my email has not been working correctly so if this would interest you please contact me at . I was also wondering if you would be interested in building a Great Dane 48′ Stainless Steel Spread Axle? I hope to hear from you soon

    • Darwin says:

      Hi Jason,

      Yes, the expandable step deck would be an awesome trailer to build. However, I have a number of people who are wanting the spread axle now, so I better keep working on those, and not start anything new. Same goes with the Great Dane, would love one myself but I need to dedicate my time in building my spread axles since people have been so patient. or impatient, whatever the case may be. I appreciate the offer though!! Thanks, Darwin

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