Virtually everyone needs to move somethinga car, a lawnmower, straw bales, or boxesand a trailer is generally the preferred method. This book gives homeowners and mechanics, farmers and modern-day nomads all the information they need to get moving via trailer. From building a chassis to outfitting it to meet your specific needs, The Complete Trailer Handbook provides clearly illustrated step-by-step instructions for putting a trailer of any sort to work: constructing it, using it, finding parts and maintaining it, and, finally, hauling it. The handbook includes useful information on everything from weights to wheels to lighting, making this the ultimate resource on any kind of conveyance, from utility trailers to one-car haulers.
|Series:||Motorbooks Workshop Series|
|Product dimensions:||8.20(w) x 10.50(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Richard Newton is an ASE-certified Master Technician who spent 15 years in the automotive service industry before becoming an automotive magazine editor and freelance writer. He has written five books to date, including Corvette C5 Performance Projects, 101 Projects for Your Corvette and Ultimate Garage Handbook. Newton lives in Bonita Springs, Florida.