Thirsty wrote:I must say that this is one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen and plan to create my own soon(next 5 years). You're awesome and thanks for the inspiration.
Thanks! Lots of folks with fab skills and a welder have built some incredibly nice versions. Other folks start with a surplus U.S. Mil M416 or a Canadian M101 trailer (NOT the bigger U.S. M101A series)
CTolley wrote:Inspired me too. That is a kick ass trailer you built up. Good job and thanks for sharing!
Thanks! I‘ve been a lurker here for a while so it was time to start sharing how my preparations are going.
xLionx wrote:It's so pretty. . . I love that set up on the trailer
I am so spoiled having a tent up off the ground! I also like the extra capability it gives me for cargo and bugging out.
Just so you know, adding a couple pictures would help us understand what you are talking about.
Seriously awesome rig.
Well, gee…. Maybe I might post just a few more! LOL! I’m thinking about leaf springs with less lift so that the trailer’s center of gravity will be lower. Thanks for the compliments!
Bookmarking because this is one of the seriously most fantastic things I've ever seen. I mean, I can do mod on my car, it's not too hard, but WOW... I don't know half the stuff you did but I love it.
I have always wanted a truck of this type and this one's a stunner.
Pretty inspiring, man. I also went and looked at your blog. Most excellent photos. Looks like your rig performed extremely well.
It does tow well and the hitch is very quiet. I love the electric brakes, both for downhills so it won’t push me or for panic stops because it stops in a straight line. A lot of things I learned by researching on the Internet and talking to folks.
ais4122 wrote:Incredible amount of attention to detail, outstanding trailer!
Thanks! When offroading things get banged and shook up so details like nyloc nuts and other things make a positive difference for not shaking the thing apart.