I've got a heavy dual axel car hauler trailer that I bought to carry my 4010 MCUT. Pulls great, but is a flatbed and I'd like to put rails on it so I can haul gravel, wood ect. I've noticed two different styles of rails and was curious in your thoughts of their respective advantages. One, the back ends flush with the back of the trailer, and the other angles down the last 3' or so. I got some 5"x3/16" angle iron for the job and am a decent welder. Doing the job will be the easy part.
The pics aren't my trailer, just the 2 rails.
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I've also noticed that some have the upright sticks like an A frame on the frame of the trailer and others are welded flat to it. Are there advantages to either or is it just preferences of the builder?