20′ Enclosed Race Trailer – Part 4 – Storage

The main idea is the keep things off of the floor, because, well…gravity doesn’t make a good load binder.
In addition to a boatload of E Track, I will put a small cabinet / bench to put on a wall, a spot for my tool box, a fuel jug carrier, and a tire rack with a way to tie the tires down.

I built the tire rack using 4 E Track 2×4 pockets, a couple 2x4s, and some bracing between the 2. It’ll take 4 race tires and 2 trailer spares. I’m using single-slot E Track anchors to secure the tires. The fuel jug rack is also there in front of the kart:

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I also put up, just, a BUNCH of E Track. Along both sides (at a useful height this time, if you compare to to earlier photos, it was barely higher than the inner fenders).

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I also put some at the very front of the trailer to serve as a bumper for the kart, to keep it from rubbing against the wall, but also to serve as storage when the Kart isn’t there:

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And then loaded everything up 1 more time as a final test to make sure I have room for everything where I think it ought to go, and as a systems test of the winch and pulley block, as I hadn’t actually pulled anything up with it yet.

Plenty clearance for the toolbox on the driver’s side:

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And space on the passenger side as well. That fender’s a nice place to hang that folding table:

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Canopy and generator added at the rear, with plenty of room for other sundries:

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A handy dandy E Track fire extinguisher mount, and a couple of E Track D-ring straps make a great way to store folding chairs:

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Even with the car, kart, toolbox and cooler loaded up, there’s plenty of room for more stuff should the need arise.

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And finally, the all important bottle opener by the door. Can’t go without that.

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Looks like we’re ready to go for her maiden voyage this weekend 😀