These are built here in NC which I really like. There aren't many options here on the east coast it seems. Plus they seem to be very well built.
I started over landing with a cheap coleman style tent and it did ok but then started looking at different ways to go about it. Wanting something faster and more protected from elements and be somewhat comfortable in hot and cold. I started looking at RTTs and they are ok but didn't want to eat up that much space on the roof. Then thought a trailer with an RTT on it would be nice. I was set on this for awhile and was looking at different options for trailers. Then we went camping and had high winds and it was cold so the old lady and the little one stayed home and I went on my own. Since I was on my own I decided to sleep in the land cruiser. The other couple that wet had a RTT on trailer similar to what I was wanting. They said they were ok but they could feel the wind going through the tent sometimes. I slept like a baby and couldn't even tell it was bad outside. This experience lead me to look for teardrop trailers.
My question is for those that have them can they handle a good beating. I have a 100 series land cruiser on 35s and want to push it to the limits without body damage but need a trailer that will be able to take this beater also. Are teardrops a good choice. Assuming I make sure the particular model is built well.
Here's the tow rig
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