Bending the Beams

After the beams are bent and formed, they are layed out to be squared and trued.

Measured and Clamped

You’ve heard the saying “measure twice, cut once.” Here at CMG Custom Trailers we measure 3 times. This extra step ensures the perfection our customers demand and expect.

Mocking Up Axles and Crossmembers

Axles are positioned and laser true’d for a perfectly tracking trailer. Crossmembers  are also positioned, awaiting drilling. Disc Brakes are installed on 2/3 axles, per the customer’s requirements. You can also see  the early stages of brake line routing.

Flipping the trailer

They are a lot easier to build upside down, and at some point they need to be flipped over.

Flipping the trailer

Overhead cranes makes this process a breeze

Picture opportunity

Sideways is a good time for a picture and to sweep the floor.

Tires on the ground

Wheels/tires mounted, main bunks and front bunks are mounted and adjusted. Winch stand, winch and bow stop are also installed

Fenders On ready to Roll

Ready to Roll about 90% Completed to meet a deadline in a hurry

Not done but close

Still awaiting sealed wiring harness, full light kit and graphics, but got the job done in time.

Spare tire carrier installed. Here you can see the spare tire, hub/bearings and spindle all on one convenient mount

Fully sealed LED lights are standard, along with reverse lights

These are our fully sealed and grounded wiring harnesses

Finished product


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