Planning an epic trip to Colorado (or the surrounding area)? Don't have your own ORT yet? You're in luck! You can RENT an Off-Road Teardrop from Adventure Rentals (https://adventurerentals.camp)Read More
If you're looking for a great start to a customized trailer, check ou the Off Road Series from WeeRoll.com. Starting at $5,250 for a 5X8X4 "Wrangler" trailer is ready to hit the trail, or add your custom touches to it this winter and be ready for 2018!Read More
If you've ever wondered what goes into a typical trailer build, Oregon Trail'R has a sneak peek into one of their typical days.Read More
Fabricated out of aerospace aluminum with a vehicle weight of only 740 pounds, ready-to-roll wheels/tires, spare tire, toolbox, jerry-can mounts, roof, roof rack and 75 cf. of storage, the VMI Offroad OX Xtender series trailer is one of the lightest, strongest and most spacious overland trailers available.
Visit the VMI Off Road Site for more information.
VMI Off Road has been building trailers and working with aluminum for years, and that experience shows through in their trailers.Their aluminum X-Tender series is lighter than many other options, but is still feature packed. While a little more expensive than traditional designs, the weight savings alone make the premium worth it.
Bob from Aspen X Trails has been building off-road trailers for more than 25 years, and his latest creation is turning heads everywhere he takes it.
This trailer is a new take on the standard 'teardrop' style, but is build for overland travel on nearly any type of road or trail. The trailer is built to be tough enough to handle the roughest conditions, but once inside it's plush and comfortable. There are over two dozen cutting-edge features on this trailer, and it certainly has many 'teardrop' style trailer builders a little nervous.
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The FORT's compact design integrates many of the amenities available with the Safari, but in a smaller light weight trailer. Although not built to haul off-road vehicles like the SAFARI, it can haul just about anything else. Whether you are hunting, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, or even mountain biking, the M.O.A.B. FORT will get the job done!
The Ruger "C416" Base Model is built to be the 'civilian' version of the M416 trailer. It's specs are nearly identical, but the Ruger is, of course, all new. This trailer is what you would build in your garage if you had the time and know-how. Instead of spending $1000 on an old military trailer and other few thousand and months of your life on upgrades and modifications, for just $3,495 you can start with a great base and build your ultimate overlanding trailer from there.
The base trailer includes a waterproof lid, Jeep wheels on standard size tires, a storage rack, and many other basic features. A basic set of upgrades are available from Ruger, such as gas/water racks, a propane holder, spare tire and carrier, and other options. It's great that someone is building a complete starter trailer that is well within most budgets.
Visit their site: http://rugertrailers.com for more information.
The JT-1 from Pikes Peak Trailers is a DOT approved basic off road/utility trailer. It starts at only $2,995 and comes with several standard features:
There are several options for the JT-1 on the company's site, but many more can be added. Here are a few ideas: