RIPP GEN 2 w/ RIPP headers, Diablosport Trinity, 6 1/2" Teraflex, 38 KM2s, Trail Readys, RCVs, JE Reels, Currie Antirock, Redneck Ram, ORH Top, Bushwacker Flares, XRC 10 Comp, EVO 1/4 Pounder, Finishlinewest Rear Carrier/Bumper, Rotopax, Schrockworks Rails, OverKill Corner Armor, Rock Hard/AEV Skids, Warn VTC, ARB Fridge,.....
Another great picture, brought to us by another great ExPo member. Damn I love this forum.
I know it pales with being there, but please keep sharing!
'08 FJ Cruiser 4x4 5AT, SANDSTORM
Silver Eagle from the Army - M1102 towed by a Hummer H1.
Fresno! one word.................................AWESOME!
After a month of reading (more like looking at) this thread, I finally got through every page and trailer here. I want a trail trailer pretty bad, I'm just not sure I need one. Having a pick up has it's benefits. Dilemmas
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I agree I have a 2500HD crew cab with a 6' bed and all I put in it when I go places is groceries and luggage.
I use the trailer for camping gear, coolers, water, and love having a matching trailer. It gets the looks when I am driving down the road
and I get stopped at gas stations and asked what it is all about. It is fun! I don't need it but I love it!
I collect toy trains but this is much more fun and gets me and the family out in the world to explore.
Movin' right along.In search of good times and good news,
With good friends you can't lose, This could become a habit..
Opportunity knocks once, let's reach out and grab it.
Together we'll nab it. We'll hitch-hike, bus or yellow cab it!
CrowsWing Benroy Teardrop on TnTTT
CrowsWing Benroy Teardrop on ExPo
The 190,000 Mile Tundra
Not an expadiotion trailer by any means but enjoy, and yes, my samurai can pull this trailer at 55mph,
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