That is a horse trailer- there is nothing frameless about them, they usually have HUGE I beams that run the length of them, as they are designed for 1,200 lbs+ for each horse, and that weight is in a very small foot (hoof) print. All that weight is also moving around, so they are very sturdy built. You would of course have the box in the sides, but I have an old stock trailer I was planning on doing the same thing with-
The axles usually all have brakes (unlike a lot of car trailers) and are usually 7K# axles. Generally speaking a horse trailer is a lot more sturdy built than most flatbed car trailers and way more sturdy than all the RVs that people seem fond of turning into flatbed car haulers.
Last edited by Destr0; December 2nd, 2011 at 09:12 PM.