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Don’t have a truck to haul stuff around anymore? Here’s how to build a DIY utility trailer from a pop up camper frame so you can still bring your atv / quad / bike or lawn mower to the cottage.

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  1. Tinkermouse - Scott Russell

    Enjoyed watching this project all come together.
    With a welder I could make some work benches.
    then I would build a small bench hydraulic press frame.
    From Elliot Lake Ontario Canada.

  2. WTF To Late!

    Why didn't you put your tail lights on the back upper walls by your tail gate for better viability?

  3. JeepWoodsFun

    i would use it to build a trailer like yours except bigger and a chainsaw mill. cant go wrong with lincoln

  4. Adam McKenzie

    id build this trailer if i won that welder. awesome project

  5. Rocket Surgery

    I use butt connectors with a little dielectric grease in the end (she likes it that way) and then some shrink tubing. Never a rocket failure!

  6. Red Dirt Welding

    When welding aluminum acetone or lawyer thinner are your friend the hard part is the oxide layer once that’s off it’s smooth sailing


    Great video and love all your videos, I am just about to start a big project. I am moving from Arizona to Arkansas where my wife and I will be building a house, shop, barn, and other buildings from scratch on our 10+ acres. I could really use a new welder, I am ashamed to say I have a old “blue” welder that is falling apart and hardly works, plus mine doesn’t do aluminum or Tig which I really want to learn. Keep up the good work and thanks for all the great videos. John

  8. Chubbysumo

    lol, at least my wife said no minivans, ever.

  9. Stephan Neofitou

    Love your work and the channel, but I don't believe you should weld across the top of the drawbar chassis where the A frame meets the front of the box and only run the welds along the chassis.
    My understanding is that the weld will cool quickly due to the large heatsink so it will harden the steel at that point making it brittle right where a huge stress load is.
    In Australia we have laws that don't let weld any light vehicle directly across the top or bottom of anywhere the chassis without angles and or fishplates.
    As you've already done it now, i suggest at least adding some gussets on the sides.

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