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Old 11-30-2017, 04:02 PM
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If you want to keep it small then 8'6"x4'6" is a lot smaller than 10x5 but still easy to handle a sheet in, just leave a few inches for the fingers
Agreed. My one utility trailer is 6x10 and being 6 ft wide + even wider with fenders, its tires have accidently "scrubbed" the road curbs a few times. Ouch! If I had to do it again, I'd buy a 5 x 9 landscape / utility trailer instead.

For flooring, I like to use 2x6 boards. When I want to secure something in my trailer, I simply "screw down" some steel ring anchors into these boards, then use ratchet straps - to suck the items tight to the floor. And, a 5x9 trailer would still leave 6" (or so) around the item - like 4x8 sheets being sucked down (to the floor).

Hope this helps...
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Old 12-02-2017, 03:15 PM
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Painted it today, will put the trim on next.

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