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Here's My 6X12 Express Cargo Trailer Build
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This is my 2006 6X12 Express Cargo Trailer build and is a steady work in process. The longest trip so far has been 14 states, 6100 miles over 110 days. You really got to love the person your with to live in 72 sq ft .
 
 Power King 225/75/R15 80 psi load range E tires, I put in a RV style door lock, Frosted Bathroom style window, 3” accessory opening and telescoping Digital Antenna.

   

Three tier crank out style window and Folding Kayak Hooks

   

PVC pipe clothes line off the ramp door lock

   

30 amp RV style twist lock power

   

All walls and ceiling has blue insulating sheathing, Hinged L shaped counter top with shelves, outlets, TV Wall mount and 3 way light switch.

   
Camping in a 6X12 Cargo Trailer.
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125 amp Breaker panel and GFI plug (broken white cover) to run ext cord outside.

   

Rear Light

   

Outlets on both sides with 3-way switch on right

   

Domedic 13.5 BTU A/C and LED Lighting 

   
Camping in a 6X12 Cargo Trailer.
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4.0 Cu ft Refrigerator w/ Freezer, Microwave and Port-a-pot

   

   

   

Roll away style beds with 4” memory foam mattresses, Raised Platforms for more storage underneath

   

10’ Awning off a Pop Up Camper slides into a 1” pvc track with 3 pvc awning rails and 3 EMT pipe support legs.

   
Camping in a 6X12 Cargo Trailer.
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12’ Two person Kayak hangs on the side

   

Designed so everything will fold up to the front so I can carry my street legal 30 mph Low Speed Vehicle. Which is a hyped up 2000 Electric Club Car DS Golf Cart. Most of the time it goes in the back of my truck unless I’m pulling it with my SUV 

   

   
Camping in a 6X12 Cargo Trailer.
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(06-04-2018, 08:05 AM)Queen Wrote: I like that, very nice to have AC too.

very nice,i like how it all folds up
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Thanks Queen & Gary
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#7
Has everything, solid structure, space, security and versatility!
Living in a utiliry trailer sounds like a  pretty awesome idea.
How much do you think it weighs?
Sometimes dweller in 237k miles '07 Grand C-van w/ a solar powered fridge and not much else
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I don't care what everybody else ays ,,,,,I like it! Wink 
(oh that's right , they said that too .) copy cats I tell ya !...... Cool
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(06-04-2018, 09:23 AM)MN C Van Wrote: How much do you think it weighs?

Not really sure , I know its 1100 lbs lighter without the cart in it . My Ford Explorer(V8 Limited) does fine pulling it but there is a little azz sag going on without using any sway bars .
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#10
I think I saw this over on CRVL.....yes the rolling 'mancave' like mine....

It's nice to be able to take your toys with you!
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