Hi folks, I thought that I'd share my recent trailer that I built for hauling wood. I am really fortunate to have access to my in-laws woodlot; my FIL has really been good to permit me to manage the woodlot - I even planted about 300 seedlings this year, and plan to do the same each year following.... Anyhow, the woodlot is mixed species, and has quite a few wet spots on the main trail. I borrowed my FIL's trailer last year, but it made a terrible mess of the trail because of the small wheel width. I vowed that I was not going to do the same thing this year. Over the winter, I did some research, and some planning, and this spring, I built a new trailer. It has a base frame made of 2x2, and 1500lbs stub axles mounted to 22x11 ATV tires. Although it is only a 2-wheeler at the moment, I designed it so I could go to a tandem if needed. The neat thing is the convertible design that I built. I built posts that are removable that I can haul logs directly from the woodlot down to my processing area. Then, I can take the posts out and put the box on to haul blocked/splits if necessary. I also built a boom to help in loading larger logs onto the trailer. It has a manual winch on it, but I might get an electric winch this winter, and upgrade that. The dimensions of the trailer main frame is 2' by 6', plus 4' for the tongue. The load that I have on (shown in one of the pictures) is a load of white birch and some fir & spruce. It's loaded to the max for volume, but my good old Kawi ATV (2 wheel drive BTW!!) had no problems at all. The logs were anywhere from 8 to 10 feet long, so my best estimate is about 1/2 cord.... Comments and questions are welcome!