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Unread 05-19-2011, 11:56 AM   #136
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Here are my jeep trailer pics. I built it from the ground up, Would anyone mind posting them>? Thanks.,
Here's a couple - more available at the link he posted above:




What are you using to hold the axe and shovel? I'm looking for some good brackets to do the same thing.

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Unread 05-19-2011, 12:56 PM   #137
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http://www.pactoolmounts.com/product...cking-brackets

Here is a copy of the link to the web site they won't sell direct you would need to find a vendor. The vendors out west are selling them for 40.00 each 80.00 a set..They are very proud of their products, we have them on our fire engines out here. they work great.. Also these are UV resistant and I have had them over a year in direct sun and has not hurt them one bit.
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Unread 05-19-2011, 06:52 PM   #138
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http://www.pactoolmounts.com/product...cking-brackets

Here is a copy of the link to the web site they won't sell direct you would need to find a vendor. The vendors out west are selling them for 40.00 each 80.00 a set..They are very proud of their products, we have them on our fire engines out here. they work great.. Also these are UV resistant and I have had them over a year in direct sun and has not hurt them one bit.
I just saw those exact same clamps on one of the vendors here at JF. sorry, I don't remember which one it was but the sold them in a lot of different sizes.
I was searching for something and was just clicking thru the vendors list.
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Unread 05-28-2011, 05:56 PM   #139
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Awesome trailers guys, and gals. if ya can call them that?
I would have to sell one of my kids to get enough for one of those......
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Unread 06-20-2011, 02:08 PM   #140
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I posted before with a trailer I was building and have since changed the design. it started as a flimsy 4x6 flat-bed with no lights and a busted axle. I installed a new axle, reinforced the bottom, and added sides and lights. since then I have shortened the length by a foot making it 4x5, and repositioned the lights and added a bottle opener as well. Ignore all the bungee cords, I still need to add tie down points throughout the trailer...

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Unread 06-22-2011, 11:34 AM   #141
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Figured I'd add a few pics of the removable table I built for my trailer. it attatches via two 1/2" hitch pins. It allows me to cook etc. on the trailer rather than cluttering up camp. with this setup I can leave everything on the trailer except for tents and chairs.


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Unread 06-22-2011, 03:54 PM   #142
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Unread 06-23-2011, 09:30 AM   #143
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Nice set up.
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Unread 07-09-2011, 11:56 PM   #144
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Unread 07-10-2011, 02:36 PM   #145
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Here's my Datsun half-back dive gear/sand&gravel/trash/camping gear/kayak/lumber hauler. I've had the thing since 1986, got it free as a truck from a friend who rolled it. Cut the frame long enough to add the toolbox, painted it blue and tan to match my '85 Bronco. Couldn't tow the trailer across a beach (factory tires just sank into the sand), so I swapped some junkyard chevy wheels, added an old pair of tires off the Bronco when I could, then cut out the fenders and added the flairs. It evolved into the 33x12.50x15" rubber and shackle lift you see here. It tracks great, and fits within the width of the jeep. The small padlocks held the latches for a folding plywood topper I made to keep cargo secure. No extra charge for the "patina".

The dang thing has hauled up to 2900 lbs of rock without breaking. Datsun made 'em tuff back then....

That old coke opener is from the fifties. Somehow, it fits.









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Unread 07-30-2011, 10:50 AM   #146
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Here's some photos of my trailer to haul all the camping gear. It has a 12 volt battery system with a solar battery charger and 10 gallons of water storage. It is rolling on a set of 34x9.5R16.5 TSL Super Swampers.





The passenger side has the cooking equipment and 1 of the 2 5 gallon water jugs.

There is a 12 volt system to run the interior lights for at night and the stereo.

Drivers side is storage for lawn chairs, camp games, and the other 5 gallon water storage.

The rear accesses the bottom storage for longer items like the cooking tri-pod and the tents.

If the trail gets really tough you can engage the extra drive.

Ok not really. I used a set of hubs and spindles from a Dana 44 to build my axle.
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Unread 07-30-2011, 03:53 PM   #147
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I like the idea of the cooler cut out so the spilled water has a place to go. Does that set up work ok or are you fighting more stuff making it's way in then out?
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Unread 07-30-2011, 04:05 PM   #148
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Looks like a new "show off your bottle opener" might be starting.

I have a trailer like that one. It seems to always be the one I use around the house. Handy little suckers. Yours looks a lot better than mine though.
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Unread 07-30-2011, 09:07 PM   #149
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I haven't had any problems with debris getting in. I did add a piece of rubber that can be folded back when not in transit.
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Unread 08-10-2011, 02:18 PM   #150
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Had a buddy in my Jeep club make this for me. Just picked it up yesterday.

Mainly got it for hauling camping stuff when I've got kids in the back seat. Built to survive mild to moderate trails.

Follows the Jeep perfectly. Tows great on the interstate. One of the toughest trailers I've ever backed-up though... and I've backed-up a lot of jet-ski trailers!

Specs:

4'x5' Box
31x10.50 AT tires
2,000lb. axle
2" Ball (4" drop hitch)
5x4.5" Bolt Pattern
Bedlined inside & out


Future plans:

Tail lights (blocks the Jeep's)
Hi-Lift jack mount
Bottle opener ( )
Shovel mount
Giant cooler in front of box
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