Sample Of The DIY Welded Teardrop Trailer Frame Plans
These DIY Welded Frame plans are exactly what you need when making your own Teardrop Trailer. Build it Right, Build it Once!
When I made my DIY Teardrop Camper, I wish I’d had these Welded Frame Plans. After welding my first teardrop trailer frame in 2007, I wanted a better set of plans to use for the trailers I built for my customers. This teardrop trailer frame is the result of that effort. The resulting trailer is quality, tough, affordable, and efficient to build.
In 2020, more and more DIY builders wanted great (not just OK) plans to use for a teardrop trailer frame. I took our internal manufacturer’s plans -that we’ve used since 2009- and made them easy to understand for someone who doesn’t work at Overland Teardrop Trailer. All of these cut lists, tool lists, safety concerns, and (most importantly) the best processes and sequences to weld the trailer together are exactly our process at Overland Trailer. Now you can DIY the same teardrop trailer frame design that is manufacturer tested over 10+ years with numerous commercial builds.
- 34 Pages of:
- Cut Lists
- Finishing Options
- Hole Guides
- Safety Advice
- Government Inspection and Approval Advise
- DIY frame book is spiral bound to lay flat on a workbench.
- Embedded QR codes and website links to videos and additional web content that offers helpful tips and products.
- The frame is custom design to allow a 60″ wide Teardrop Body to slip down over it – hiding the frame and making more mounting points between the frame and body.
Frame Specifications in These Plans
|Total Frame Lenth||11 Feet 6 Inches|
|Trailer Bed Dimensions||96 Inches X 58-3/8 Inches|
|Tongue Length||3 Feet 6 Inches|
|Frame Weight (without Axle)||190 lbs.|
|Frame Capacity||1800 lbs|
Shipping and Materials
The Plan’s cover is 80 lb durable card stock that is tough enough to last your build.
The pages are 32 lb white paper.
This book is spiral bound to keep pages from tearing out and to allow easy use of the guide in your work area.
All plan books (not included in kits) are shipped via USPS in a padded envelope.
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