Gallery #9 “Trailer” admin July 7, 2016September 5, 2016 Aircraft trailer made by Jack Flood borrowed for initial flight testing. Thanks again Jack! Aircraft trailer made from two 6″x2.4″x0.075″ (152x61x1.9) C-Perlins and a Morris 1100 rear end suspension. Aircraft trailer with make-shift holding jigs and clamping to allow transport of Maya ultralight for initial flight trials. Home made aircraft trailer made using Morris 1100 rear end with hydrolastic suspension. The Morris suspension was cut in half then rejoined using 1″ x 1″ square steel tubing with inside distance between tyres set at about 72-1/2″. A tyre valve outer body was then brazed into the end of each exposed metal hydraulic line stub and tyre valves fitted. The suspension for each wheel was pressurized after the trailer was complete. Aircraft trailer with frame made from two 6″x2.4″x0.075″ (152x61x1.9) C-purlins and various 2″x1″ and 1″x1″ square tubes. Overall width of C channel frame was 68″ and length of long straight sides about 203″.