That trailer is waaay cool and reasonable to boot. I am thinking trailer and I will have to keep this post in mind...
I like !
have you had it off road yet ? the trailer tongue looks really long for offroading
I want to extend the trailer tube from the bed to the ball hitch on my M416 but fear too much length out in the wild would create more problems in the long run
really interested in your experience or opinion on that
2004 GMC Yukon, 4X4 SLT, 5.3L Vortex,
Trail Master 2.5" leveling kit, SkyJacker Shocks -upfront, EGR 1.25" Fender Flares
Putco Punch grille insert, gamut of Putco chrome accessories, & IPCW chrome/clear Crystal Eyes taillights
Whelen Slim-Miser LED Strobes, Husky floor liners, MF 1050 compressor....
N-Fab light bar & Hella 700FF's
Running on 32" 265/70/17 Cooper Discover AT3's
1966 M416 Stevens trailer
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The best it's been on so far is gravel road. I wanted the longer tongue so it would be easier to backup, and so I could open my Jeep's tailgate with the trailer hitched.
I love your trailer! I was thinking of building an off road trailer and not to spend too much money. After I read your post, thats the trailer that I want. Do you mind sharing which trailer company built it for you? Thanks.
Thanks for all the compliments, everyone.
Sure, it's from Retco Trailer in Sikeston, MO
A very nice trailer at a great price.
Keep us posted on the additions.
I really like that. I've been juggling the idea of getting a trailer like that. I had one that was bigger but sold it, long ago. I'm going to steal your picture and take it to trailer builders. Thanks for sharing.
2005 Toyota 4Runner
OME, BFG A/T, Magnaflow, CB
A Very nice design, One thing I do notice on the BLACK items on my trailer is that they get wicked HOT in the sun.
Yeah, we had it out last weekend with a sunny 95* day and it was hot, but not too hot to touch.