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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-02-2005, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for ideas on how to do up the interior of my trailer. How did you all set it up to make your life easier. I'm looking for cabinets and workbench type of deals.
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I would go for a medium sized disco ball and some ambulance-grade strobe lights. Make sure the stripper pole is well anchored...and don't forget the mirrored floor. Beyond that - just remember that chicks dig velvet.

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I have a tire rack set up in my trailer for hauling around spare rubber. It is pretty simple. It's made out of steel tubing that you can find at HD. There is a wood self that goes over the tire rack and across the front of the trailer. Other than that, removable wheel chocks are nice if you plan on using your trailer for hauling anything other than bikes.

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I would go for a medium sized disco ball and some ambulance-grade strobe lights. Make sure the stripper pole is well anchored...and don't forget the mirrored floor. Beyond that - just remember that chicks dig velvet.

G'luck!

edit: Sorry. I thougt this was in the EMR forum. My bad!

EMR agrees with your plan. This is exactly how EMR rolls.

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Closet Maid shelving is sturdy and also light weight. That's what I'll be using if I ever get around to finishing the Trail-O-Minium. Large overhead items can be anchored in place with bungees.

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Closet Maid shelving is sturdy and also light weight. That's what I'll be using if I ever get around to finishing the Trail-O-Minium. Large overhead items can be anchored in place with bungees.
+1. This is what I've done. Storage shelves at the front of the trailer, carpeting, and 3 full rows of e-track make life a lot nicer.

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