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97 TJ Wrangler, XD900I Warn winch, CB , 2 Meter ham.ARB Lockers front and back. 465 gears, ARB bumbers, under body light for night rock crawling, On Board air. all kinds of winch recovery stuff, air horn off a 5 ton, BFG 33" tires, Tuffy swing away rack. Off road and fog lights and a bunch more stuff you don't care about. KI6INX
Thanks for the compliments will get round to a full description and pics in a bit .
That is quite a big trailer! That must take some intense skills to haul around. Please start a thread to show us more of what is inside the trailer and where you take it.
I found this about Dadès
Dadès Gorges, (French: Gorges du Dadès), is a gorge of the Dadès River and lies between the Atlas Mountains and Anti-Atlas mountain range, in Morocco, at 31°35′00″N 5°54′00″W / 31.5833333°N 5.9°W / 31.5833333; -5.9.
Berbers built many kasbahs in vicinity of gorges with defence purposes. These many kasbahs with combination of natural beauty contributes to high tourist attractivity in recent years
Trip reports are on my Blog: "Sun To The North"
Two Favorite Expo Quotes: "A bad day on the trail is better than a good day in the city" & "Bad days make for GREAT stories!"
hi unfortunately havent got any inside ones but bed at back over garage for monkey bikes . full house sink cooker worktops one side .shower toilet other side .then up the stepframe 240v fridge one side then 6ft seating other side draws then 6 ft seating . the trailer is 20ft long the total set up is 10mtrs . 3 mtr high 7ft 6ins wide. i usually tour spain morocco and portugal. but we do try off roading where ever we canP3030022.jpgMorocco 2008-2009 422.jpgMorocco 2008-2009 374.jpgMorocco 2008-2009 3 257.jpg.
heres some more of morocco. the sand dunes in the distance are erg chebbie . we got very close but didnt try to drive up them even i have a little bit of sense. i have tosay that with a landie or landcruiser these routes would be easy but with an artic and a mate with a service bus it was very thrilling .
That is a great crew cab, did it start life as a box or flat bed?
did you add the fifth wheel hitch? more pictures please!
hi it actually was a tipper truck used by our local grave digger. i cut it short removed the tipper and built a second chassis for the fifth wheel. air for the trailer is by an electric gast compressor under the chassis . Morocco 2008-2009 3 422.jpgMorocco 2008-2009 3 066.jpgMorocco 2008-2009 3 070.jpgMorocco 2008-2009 3 115.jpgMorocco 2008-2009 3 439.jpg
more in morocco the loaded truck was a morocan local they said it had about 15ton on a 6,3 ton truck .we watched it get loaded and driven away.havent got better pics . these are what friends have put on here for me .i dont have a diggi camera .must get one . modern tec stuff just isnt me. but i must say the mitzy makes a fine mini artic . seven seater and bags of power and works great.one is the tarmac bit of the road up the dades gorge . glad it was an artic and not a long rigid truck.
1997 Pajero 3.5 GDI, 2" lift and 285/75/16 BFG Muds and a Sankey widetrack in tow!!
hi skids was up your way last week bought a dodge rb44 for a friend . it came from westbury on seven.
think i would sooner have the mitzy though.