I just put together my Ultra-Tow trailer. It looks like the fenders will get in the way of the doors. The fenders sit very high. If I place the forward corners of the quarterpanels at the rear corners of the trailer, the fenders will stick up right by the doors. How have other builders solved this problem? Reduce the height of the fender supports? Move the axle forward or aft? Move the camper forward on the trailer? Thanks for any ideas.
I positioned the U brace for the springs 19 1/2 inch from the end of the trailer frame. That gives about and inch clearance for the door from the fender front edge. With the tongue box and small vestibule I added, this put the tongue weight at around 60 pounds with the TD unloaded, which is in the 10 to 15% to the overall weight that is generally recommended.
An added note the stock fenders would rub and rattle against the TD sides. I put a strip of foam weather stripping between them and solved the problem.