So you think its time to get a trailer for
those Big Birds you've been taking to the field and out of state
fly-ins? While there're many brands to choose from, the one thing
you need to do first, is to think about how you want to set one up!.
How many of us have met or know an individual who "got the
great deal" on a trailer only to find out it didn't meet their
I don't claim to know it all regarding trailer
set-ups but when I saw
this one, I thought I'd share it with you.
any photo to enlarge them)
This is a 16 x 8 United
brand trailer. You don't want try to pull this one with a Geo Metro
Here's a shot of the
owners 50% & 35% CAP 232's
In addition to the CAP's,
there are two 40% aircraft with there stabs off.
Notice how nice the side
door lends itself to taking an inside photo...among other
The owner used E-Tracks
and Web Panels and available from companies that build
I'm sure the trailer manufacture would
have options as well but check out different sources.
The owners tie down system is straight
forward and effective.
In the Twins Cities
companies like GES Exposition & Brede Exposition would have'em
The mesh panels strength
and ease of use is highlighted
Great Storage box!
Members who fly Warbirds would need to
employ the tie downs to their fuse cradles.