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Old 10-23-2007, 03:13 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any good ideas on the best way to set up the interior of a 7x16 enclosed trailer, with ramp door? Thanks in advance.
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Old 10-23-2007, 09:13 PM   #2
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There are some pics in the vehicle thread. When I got mine last year I put in wire shelves with the "lip" up. Worked ok, was trying to keep it light. This summer I bought several of the stacking plastic drawer units from Walmart. Bolted the to wall. Works great, I have a lot of loose small sundries as a painter and it works for me. I did revise several times as I used trailer to make it fit my needs, what I first thought would be good wasn't always so!

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There are some pics in the vehicle thread. When I got mine last year I put in wire shelves with the "lip" up. Worked ok, was trying to keep it light. This summer I bought several of the stacking plastic drawer units from Walmart. Bolted the to wall. Works great, I have a lot of loose small sundries as a painter and it works for me. I did revise several times as I used trailer to make it fit my needs, what I first thought would be good wasn't always so!

Thanks RC i will check out the photos. I see what you mean as you get into different things trailer has to be versatile. Thanks again.
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All depends on what you will use it for. Check out the pics and customize to your profession. Sounds like an opportunity for enployment. Custom Trailer Interiors. Most guys either don't have the time or the ideas to make it useful. I have mine set up for carpentry. It's posted in the Enclosed trailer suggestions thread.
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