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Thursday, 10 January 2013 15:16

Trailer Wheels & Bolt Pattern

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M416 Trailer WheelsWhether you’re buying an overland style trailer or building your own, one of the first aspects of your setup you have to decide on is wheels & bolt pattern. Many people (especially those with Jeeps), prefer to match their trailer wheels & tires with their tow rig. This is easy for some tow rigs, but for those of us that drive other vehicles (such as Toyota trucks), it can be a bit more complicated.

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Just found out that A/T Overland Equipment (Adventure Trailers) is having an inventory reduction sale that's good until the first of the year. Looks like they have some pretty deep discounts on trailers & accessories.

See their site.

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So Call Buzz OffSo-Cal Teardrops offer several on-road trailers, and two off-road rated trailer models. Their well built and include all the features you expect in a quality teardrop. Starting at just $14,995, these are a good option to get into the teardrop world.


Buzz Off: 4' X 8' Teardrop, $8,995+

Crawler 459: 4.5' X 9.5': $14,995+

Website: http://www.socalteardrops.com

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Kodiak Mirror LakeKodiak is a fairly new company in the Overland Teardrop niche, but they appear to have very nice trailers.

Their Mirror Lake trailer offers a great balance between comfort and performance, and starts at only $8,495.

Mirror Lake Teardrop: $8,495+

Website: http://www.kodiakap.com/

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Did you ever think you could build a useful off road trailer from an old truck bed? Austintaco over at Expedition Portal was able to do just that. Taking a basic Toyota truck bed from this

Truck bed

to this:

Toyota Truck Bed off Road trailer


See the full story over on Expedition Portal.

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Max couplerTo build and/or upgrade your Off Road Trailer, you'll need a variety of components & accessories. Some of these may include:

  • Wiring
  • Lights
  • Hitches & Couplers
  • Jacks
  • Springs
  • Axles
  • Wheels & Spacers
  • Tires
  • Fenders
  • Battery Systems
  • Water Storage
  • Fuel Storage
  • Tie Downs
  • Roof Top Tents
  • Racks
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 17:37

The BIG List of Off Road Trailers

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Big List of Off Road TrailersWe've compiled the BIG LIST of Off Road Trailers into a PDF for quick & easy reference. To see more information on individual manufacturers, see our Overland Trailer Manufacturer page.

This PDF simply lists the manufacturer, primary trailer type (although many manufacturers produce several types), starting price (always subject to change), and an example photo. Note that this list does not include the variety of D.I.Y. options for off road trailers.

 Click the thumbnail or Download here.

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