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Are you making plans for your 2017 Off Road Trailer Adventures? We've come up with three great options for amazing trips with your Adventure Trailer, Teardrop or Tent Trailer.

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Taking our idea of the Big List one step further, The Adventure Portal has created an epic buyers guide that includes detailed specifications and pricing information on over 60 trailers from 27 manufaturers.

The guide is basically your one-stop shop for finding the perfect off-road trailer, ready for 2016 adventures!

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Off Road Trailer Camp KitchenWhen traveling the world in your Off Road Trailer, one of the primary functions is to make kitchen setup easy and painless. In my backpacking days, setting up the ‘cooking’ area was as simple as unpacking the small stove, adding water to our dehydrated food, and cooking. With a trailer & many more mouths to feed, it gets a little more complicated.

Many trailers ship with slide out kitchens, and many others setup side shelves meant to hold their stove & cooking supplies. We’re increasingly seeing ‘all in one’ kitchen setups like the Cabela’s Deluxe Campers Kitchen ($129), the Outdoorsman from My Camp Kitchen ($449), or the Kanz $795 Field Kitchen (box only – no accessories included). Portable solutions like these make it easy to take your kitchen with you when not using the trailer (such as tailgating, etc), and make it possible to move the kitchen away from your ‘living area’.



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Jeep Tent TrailerWe found this site while messing around on Google the other day. The Livin Lite company produces the Jeep branded trailers in Trail and Extreme versions, althought the site doesn't specify what the main differences are.

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We saw these semi-custom Tradesman Toppers at Overland Expo last May, what do you think about this option for heavy-duty Off Road Trailers?
The Access Manfuacturing Website doesn't have any information on these toppers, but they seem like a good idea for many wishing to expand the use of their trailer. Perhaps with enough interest they could mass-produce a setup like we see here.

Tradesman Toppers Trailers

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AT Overland Shop

We'll be snapping pics of all the latest & greatest trailers at Overland Expo next week. Hopefully Adventure Trailers has something new and cool to show off, although I'm not sure how much they can improve upon their well tested and proven designs.

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Like many, we've had our tow rig (a 2007 FJ Cruiser) for many years before getting into the ORT game. This last week we did our first major road trip with the truck & trailer and noticed that while our FJ is awesome on the trail, it's not amazing at towing a 1500lb trailer uphill in the wind, especially running 33" tires. We're looking into upgrade options to help remedy the situation. So we're wondering what the best upgrades are (in general) to make a tow rig perform a little better on the highway.

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Buy or Build an Off Road Trailer?With the publication of FJC Magazines first review of the Manley Explore trailer in the April 2013 issue, the question once again comes up: is it better to buy a trailer ready to go, or to build one from a used military-style trailer?

To put the cart before the horse, the answer of course is that it depends on your situation. Time and money are the two main variables in this equation, but don’t forget about skill.

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We just found out about a great CVT group buy over on IH8MUD.com. Depending on the tent you purchase, you could save over $700! The special runs through March 15th so don't delay if you've been wanting a CVT (Here's a review from FJC Magazine). They're also announcing their new Mt. McKinley tent, which is basically a double sized tent meant for families.

View the thread on IH8MUD.com

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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