Just wanted to let you guys know that we are finally a sponsor on the forum. A lot went into deciding to do this. Took a long time to decide it was the right thing to do. Surgery in March was the number one thing holding me back from making the trailers, but that has passed and all is well.
We will be building a very small number of trailers a year. Most likely between 6-9, depending on planned expeditions and travels.
These are one off custom trailers, with minor changes available. They are designed to be the best on the market, only time will tell if they are, but with over 25 years of building trailers we have a good shot at it I think. Every effort to make off road camping comfortable, safe and enjoyable has been built into our trailers. Top of the line accessories, components and products have been sought out, arranged deals to bring you the best that is available in our trailers.
We will offer three trailers it appears, the Rock Pod, basically just a shell, for the do it yourself type of individual. You will be able to build away and design as you wish. Frame work will include roof top vent or AC attachement points with wiring for the addition. It will come with a 35 gallon water tank mounted under the trailer, with fittings and guides to do the water system when so deemed necessary. That about sums it up.
The Ouray Base Camp is the ultimate off road Tear Drop, more water, more battery, more propane, solar system included with all the creature comforts you could ever desire, the list is too long, but can be seen on our website at www.aspenXtrails.com.
This trailer was designed for the duo to go about anywhere you could imagine, from Pismo, California, to the top of Imogene Pass, in Ouray, Colorado, this trailer is equiped to get you there in style, warmth, dry and the cool of AC.
The newest addition to the group, is the Wolf Creek Pack, all the comforts of the Base Camp, but now with the added Oztent sleeping up to five is just a matter of seconds, and a new added feature to both the Ouray and Wolf Creek will be th Fox Wing awning, giving you so much extra shade you will not believe it.
I thank all of you for your patience on this. Moving to a front that I truly love, leaving the regular job is a dream for most of us, and this has been one for me.
We began production on 1 June so to speak, as shown by the thread of Old Sarge's build.
We are now taking orders, the time frame to build one is 6-8 weeks. We are locked in through June, no trailers will be built in July, as we are headed to Colorado to enjoy our Ouray Base Camp and attend the National FJ Summit in Ouray.