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DIY Teardrop trailer from ExCop Off Road

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!

DIY Teardrop trailer from ExCop Off Road

DIY Teardrop trailer from ExCop Off Road

DIY Teardrop trailer from ExCop Off Road

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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.

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Expedition Portal has posted parts 1 and 2 of their review of the "Severe Duty" XVENTURE XV-2 Trailer from Schutt Industries. You have a trailer similar to this towed by Expedition Overland, and it's been making its way around the country this summer.

Xventure Dirty Trailer

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The TrailHead is OkieBuilt's first Off Road trailer, and they've started off very well!

Okiebuilt TrailHead

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.

Okiebuilt TrailHead

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.

Read More at http://okiebuilttrailers.com

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Crawlorado TrailerAnother new trailer company has popped up in our neck of the woods, Crawlorado Off Road Trailers in Colorado Springs, CO.

Their flagship product is a very stout "virtually indestructable" off road trailer that comes fully built up:

  • Independent suspension
  • Matched color paint
  • Boxed steel frame
  • Kitchen drawer
  • Water Tank w/electric water pump
  • LED Lights
  • 12v battery
  • Cargo Rack
  • Articulating Hitch

Their site doesn't list a price range for this trailer, but considering the number of features it's most likely north of $10,000.

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The ADAK Adventure trailer is not for the faint of heart. This full featured trailer is primarly built for hunters, but could easily be used for exciting overland & off road travel. While it won't tackle technical trails, it'll certainly get you into the backcountry.

The trailer includes 3 beds, a kitchen, shower, generator, and plenty of storage. These rugged trailers are built to be light (rolling weight is coming soon), strong, and able to handle many basic trails.

Pricing is not available on their website, but we've contacted them to get a general range.

http://www.adaktrailers.com

ADAK Adventure Trailer

ADAK Adventure Trailer interior

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