Trailer Tips and Questions!
I was wondering where the axle should be in relationship to the trailer frame. Should it be half way from front to back or slightly to the rear.
I built a trailer with tandem axles and I carry a UTV on it, but when I am on the highway and I start to slow down it fishtails, a real problem. Everything is perfectly in line, except I didn't measure from my coupler to the hubs, but rather from the front of the trailer frame to the eye of the front spring hanger which is easier, and everything is still equal on both sides.I have been told that I shouldn't have centered my wheels.
Also, why didn't you put your "trailer jack wheel "on your middle draw bar instead of the left?
I live in a climate where winters have a lot of ice and salt, so my tip is that I solder all my wiring joins and always put my wiring through old garden host to protect it, and make sure I run a ground wire to each individual light rather than let the ground run through the chassis of the trailer.
Can you help?
Oh by the way "a very nice job, very detailed". But I got no idea what a side table bracket is.