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The ToolTrailer features a walk-around design, and its manufacturer claims it offers 33% more usable space than walk-in trailers of the same size. It may look like Evel Knievel’s spare take-off ramp, but the open-side design provides enough room for a standard mounted table saw and chop saw and a boatload of gear.

You can get the trailer in different sizes and configurations to suit the type and amount of gear you want it to carry. Take a look at the website for a diagram of the trailer’s layout and some great pics of the central storage section — it looks like a tight setup. Just pull in to the worksite and flip up the doors, and you’ve got a well-equipped shop, ready to work.

For pricing you can contact the manufacturer via a form on the website.

ToolTrailer [Corporate Site]


6 Responses to Sweet Custom ToolTrailer

  1. Fredex says:

    Quite the toolbox. I think if I was going to do any power tool work on it I would want jacks at the corners to keep it from rocking even a little.

  2. Barri says:

    Well looks like i have found my new trailer. Wish they would just post prices.

  3. Andrew says:

    This reminds me of how fire trucks store their tools.

  4. Brau says:

    This looks great for the person who can keep an eye on their tools at all times. Unfortunately it also shows the world what valuables you have and would be harder to access securely in an urban environment where often the truck/trailer is parked on the street while you are working in someone’s home.

  5. Patrick says:

    It doesn’t come with flames.

  6. Putnameco says:

    That’s what my trailer want to be when it grows up.

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