Dinoot trailers are based on a modular collection of fiberglass panels which are configurable to build a variety of models. Whether as a Gear Hauler or Tent Topped Camper, Dinoot's are easily tailored to meet your needs and planned usage. You can purchase only a tub kit through everything necessary to build and outfit your Dinoot trailer. The ability to spread out your cost by incrementally building, upgrading and modifying over time is built into the design.
Click here For what is included with a Dinoot “Tub Kit”.
The foundation of your Dinoot is the frame. Dinoot Frames can be as light or heavy duty as your planned usage dictates. Readily available 4x8 bolt-together frames such as Harbor Freight’s are easily modified for usage on the lighter duty end of the spectrum. For heavier duty usage; welded frames are recommended. We offer a welded frame with a couple of tongue options. For those with welding skills; we have all the critical dimension information necessary for welding your own frame. With welded frames you can incorporate smooth riding automotive grade springs and use a wide range of tire sizes.
Click here for J-Series Compact tub Bolt Together frame guide
Click here for J-Series Extended tub Bolt Together frame guide
Click here for J-Series Bolt Together frame Narrowing and Strengthening Addendum
Click here for Welded Frame Overview
Next comes the floor. This will normally be customer built with plywood. The floor may also be built with steel or aluminum.
Click Here for the Dinoot plywood floor building guide.
Now it is time for your Tub Kit. The tubs began life styled as a Jeep trailer, sized for using off the shelf Jeep parts. As the design was refined, a family of models has emerged that will look great behind any vehicle.
The tub panels are simply bolted together on your floor, then bolted down to the floor. There are a couple of inner fender sizes depending on the tire size you choose to run. You also have a choice between solid front and rear panels, a tailgate on the rear and a front and rear tailgate.
Click Here for the Dinoot Tub Kit Assembly Guide.
Accessories and Outfitting:
Once your Dinoot is built; its time to outfit it. On one end of the spectrum is building yours as a basic gear hauler with only the addition of a few tie-downs. You can add a variety of rack systems, soft tonneau covers, LED lighting, front racks, nose boxes, gas / water cans, the list goes on and on. On the other end of the spectrum would a full tilt tent topped camper with slide-out kitchen, water and propane tanks, and everything necessary for a few weeks in the backcountry.
Click Here For Configuration and Outfitting ideas.
Now that your Dinoot is complete; its time to get out and enjoy some
Trailer Supported Adventuring!