A steel flange welded to the sides provides the perfect place to attach your tiny house to the trailer. It also reduces the amount that the house overhangs the sides of the trailer.
Electric brakes on both axles ensure that you’ll be able to stop your house when needed.
Minimally Curved Fenders
Fenders that aren’t curved are much easier to cut and trim around which saves you time.
Heavy Duty Axles
Tandem 5200 lbs. (10,000 GVW) on our 18′-20′ trailers, and tandem 7000 lbs. (14,000 GVW) on our 24′ and longer trailers are more than enough for most tiny houses.
When you’re towing a tiny house down the road during the day, getting attention isn’t usually that hard. For night though, we’ve included running lights.
High Load Radial Tires
These tires are designed to carry a heavy load, so they hold up well under the strain of moving a tiny house.
No dovetail or side walls means a flat foundation for your house. No welding required.
No Wood Decking
Two steel beams replace the wood decking. This provides another secure surface to attach your house to while reducing the total weight of the trailer.
This trailer is issued a trailer VIN and is ready to be licensed.
Trailer Width(outside edge of fenders)
102″ (8′ 6″)
Deck Width (between fenders)
82″ (6′ 10″)*
Foundation Width(to edges of flanges)
90″ (7′ 6″)
Trailers are available in the following lengths:
12′ , 16′ , 18′ , 20′ , 24′ , 28′ , 32′
For DIY-ers, we do offer plans and trailers.
We DO NOT offer construction advice.
Please visit tinyhomebuildingplans.com for pricing & available options.