Regardless of whether you're using an overland style 4x4 trailer, a traditional travel trailer, or one of the really cool new teardrop styles, power when off the grid will always be a concern. While your vehicle will provide power and charge your trailer battery(ies) while connected, once you're parked &…Read More
The UGOAT Trailer was at the Denver Sportsman's Expo last week, and it's very interesting. Could this be the ultimate multi-use trailer?Read More
The Skycamp from iKamper is the first expandable hardshell RTT that we've seen, and it's now available for pre-order!Read More
The Bivouac Off Road Trailer from Tough Terrain is a very robust option that starts at $10,550. Like all Tough Terrain trailers, it's frame is constructed from steel tube and 100% built in Texas with lightweight but very sturdy steel.
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Our friends over at ExCop Off Road built this custom trailer to serve their needs when exploring the American southwest. The teardrop-inspired design is painted to match the tow vehicle (a Toyota FJ Cruiser), and it's fully outfitted for plenty of desert adventures!
A major part of our upgrades of the Manley ORV EXPLORE trailer (See July 2014 issue of TCT Magazine), was adding a Rhino Lining to the bed. Not only does the heavy duty lining protect the steel inside the trailer, it makes moving around boxes and gear a little easier as well.
Like any good project, the success of lining a trailer comes down to two factors: Preparation and Expertise.
The TrailHead is OkieBuilt's first Off Road trailer, and they've started off very well!
The goal when Jason & his team designed the TrailHead was to build a trailer small enough to pull with a 2 door jeep, but with enough room to store all your gear.
At 80" X 50" X 20", the TrailHead seems sized just right for many camping & outdoor adventures. The trailer is LineX covered from the factory and includes LED lighting all around. A solid axle, Lock N Roll hitches, and the lid are included, as is a tailgate if you require one. The entry level price of $5,299 is a good place to start, and there are plenty of add-on options available.
Another great option for the TrailHead is the DIY kit. For just $1,449, you get all the steel needed to build a TrailHead. You supply the frame, tires, and labor, and you'll have an inexpensive Off Road trailer.
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