4'6" x 7' Single Axle Trailer: Introduction

One of the most popular single axle trailer sizes is the ultra useful 4 1/2'x 7' trailer.

Not too big and not too small, this trailer will comfortably suit the needs of the home handyman or gardener to the commercial builder or landscaping contractor

4ft6inx7ft_utility_trailer.jpgFold the front tailgate and remove the rear to fit longer lengths of lumber or to run the ride-on mower down to the shop for servicing. Fit sides to the trailer and head to the hills camping, or to simply take your trash to the landfill, this trailer will do it!

Perfect for towing behind an SUV or similar vehicle due to the additional 6" on the width, which allows the driver to see the trailer from the wing mirrors.

This trailer will also be at home towed behind a compact car.

4 1/2x7 single axle trailer rear profileThis trailer with or without brakes can be rated up to 3000 lb GTW depending on your states braking requirements.

This design runs 14" tires, has 15" high sides with an internal, level capacity to carry 39 cu ft, or more if heaped up.

Heavy duty fenders with fender braces, a strong rear light channel to protect your lights, plenty of tie downs and a strong dependable tongue which can be set up for hydraulic or electric brakes easily. What more could you want?

4ft6in_x_7_proflie.jpgSpecifications -

- Deck Size 4'6" x 7'
- Single axle 14" wheels
- Fully welded steel chassis
- Steel panel sides/tailgates
- Hinging front and rear tailgate
- Full length tie rails
- 3/4" Plywood decking (options available - See "Trailer Decking" )
- 3000 lb GTW (can be upgraded if required)
- Tare Weight 560 lbs

NOTE -If are contemplating galvanizing your trailer it pays to do a bit of prep work on your cross members prior to welding. Please check the Pre-Finishing page prior to starting.