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Thread: Aluminum flat bed options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SportsmanJake View Post
    The basics under 7k

    That seems kind of high for a flatbed. Right?

    You could buy a welder, materials, and a welding class for less money!
    Dunno about you but I don't trust myself with a welder, let alone aluminium welding.

    But I agree, from the picture shown at the "basics" page it looks a bit expensive for what it is.

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    Considering you could have a steel one built for less than half that cost, and only weigh a few hundred pounds more...

    Yeah, Id say $7k is a bit silly.


    They do look to be quite modular though, so it might appeal to people that are interested in adding options late on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c7train View Post
    Those are $1800?
    2016 Toyota Tundra SR 4x4 Double Cab Long Bed 5.7L..... DIY camper on the way...

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    Aluma isnt terrible. A bit on the lightweight side.

    They are inexpensive though.

    I've shopped their trailers for off-road trailer ideas, and didnt think they would hold up.

    Flatbeds....

    https://www.idahotrailersales.com/al...minum-flatbeds

    Width x Length (In.) MSRP Our Price Approx. Weight (Lbs.)
    66 x 77 $1,724 $1,495 200
    68 x 87 $1,868 $1,650 225
    81 x 87 $2,000 $1,750 275
    81 x 106 $2,226 $1,895 310
    90 x 106 $2,279 $1,950 345
    96 x 106 $2,432 $2,050 350

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