If you’re looking into trailers for a tiny house project you may have heard of Iron Eagle Tiny House Trailers. When it comes to trailers, there are several options out there. Iron Eagle Trailers is one of them, they’re one of the very best, and they’ve been serving tiny house people for many years now. So here’s a little bit more about them…
They’re the same company that Portland Alternative Dwellings has been using for their trailers back in the day. That’s why they call their tiny house trailers the PAD Series. So yeah! Check them out along with the many other helpful resources at the bottom of this article.
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Iron Eagle Tiny House Trailers by Iron Eagle Trailers
They have trailers of all sizes, really…
Triple axles, double axles, single axles…
You can order yours with different options too
This is what it’s like to build on one…
These trailers are designed for tiny homes
They have a lower profile and give you a little bit of extra width too
Get the full-size flyer here so you can actually read it.
VIDEO: Iron Eagle Tiny House Trailer Upgrades
VIDEO: Why Tiny House Builders Use Iron Eagle Trailers
VIDEO: Iron Eagle Tiny House Trailers in 3D (SketchUp)
Iron Eagle Tiny House Trailer 3D SketchUp Download Info From Tiny Nest:
We’ve worked directly with Iron Eagle to produce highly accurate models of their tiny house trailers. Now, those who wish to follow the same path that we did, can skip this important first step and get straight to designing the house!
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