Looking for new off road camper trailer

GkraneTX

Active member
Also, do you think a lock and roll type hitch would be better for the beach or would a regular ball hitch do the trick?
 

Clweed

New member
Also, do you think a lock and roll type hitch would be better for the beach or would a regular ball hitch do the trick?
I went with the lock n roll but for the beach a ball hitch should be fine, I have a Honda EU2200i for the ac, runs the ac no problem and it is pretty quiet
 

VORSHEER

Supporting Sponsor / Approved Vendor
Here is our VORSHEER Trailer on a sandy beach:
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We can add an air conditioner too for the humid and hot southern states:
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You'll do well with our standard 285/70R17 tires (33"). The trailer has an incredible 23" of ground clearance.

Call or text us to get sample build sheet: 385-685-5037
Or email: sales@vorsheer.com

Thanks,
-David
 

Pax2525

Adventurer
Id recommend checking out Boreas Campers (Formally Into the Wild Overland)... they make a beefy trailer that doesn't have a piece of wood in it. Perfect for those South Texas conditions between the sun and humidity there would be any deterioration or swelling. They have an AC option so it will allow you to play all year long!!!

Check them out... https://boreascampers.com
 

WildRig

Member
Id recommend checking out Boreas Campers (Formally Into the Wild Overland)... they make a beefy trailer that doesn't have a piece of wood in it. Perfect for those South Texas conditions between the sun and humidity there would be any deterioration or swelling. They have an AC option so it will allow you to play all year long!!!

Check them out... https://boreascampers.com
Thanks for the shout out! Thats right Zero Wood construction!
 
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