Sam I am wrote:.................. Plus the Red Trailers come with a Certificate of Origin which I'm told makes registration easier than a homemade frame.
Sam I am wrote:I'm not 100% sure of the profile yet. I've drawn up about a dozen design variations in AutoCAD duing the past year. Most are for a 4'x8' side panel with all the curves being arcs -no ellipses, similar to the Benroy. Makes it easy to lay out and cut. But I really like the elliptical shape of the Cub/Modernistic, and Mike's Ultralight designs. If I can get 5'x9' or 5'x 10' plywood I might just go with one like them. The extra length & height would be nice! I don't want a splice on the sides. I'll buy a trailer frame because I don't have the facilities, equipment, or skills to weld up a frame. Plus the Red Trailers come with a Certificate of Origin which I'm told makes registration easier than a homemade frame.
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