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Unread 10-09-2013, 08:46 PM   #16
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Today the rims in for the trailer. Nothing special but they match the jeeps rims (15x8 with 3.75 back spacing and of course 5 on 4.5) Now ill mount the tires and wait for the fenders to arrive.



Had to make sure they fit. Its slowly getting there. When more progress is made ill be back.

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Unread 10-11-2013, 03:09 PM   #17
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Trailer Build Project

It's looking good. I love seeing these projects come together. Just my personal opinion, kudos to anyone out there that has the time and talent to build their own projects. I don't care how good or bad they look, the effort is awesome. You learn by doing, and you learn by making mistakes....best way! I recently built my own offroad trailer and it was a blast.

If you have a budget that would allow it, you may want to consider having it painted by MAACO...not sure how to spell it, but I had my trailer painted to match my jeep and it cost me 600.00.

Good luck with the build.
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Unread 10-11-2013, 04:08 PM   #18
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It's looking good. I love seeing these projects come together. Just my personal opinion, kudos to anyone out there that has the time and talent to build their own projects. I don't care how good or bad they look, the effort is awesome. You learn by doing, and you learn by making mistakes....best way! I recently built my own offroad trailer and it was a blast.

If you have a budget that would allow it, you may want to consider having it painted by MAACO...not sure how to spell it, but I had my trailer painted to match my jeep and it cost me 600.00.

Good luck with the build.
Thanks for compliment. What did you do for your trailer?
That's not a bad suggestion. Having a matching trailer would be like having a toy package(Jeep/Trailer combo)
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Unread 10-12-2013, 04:30 PM   #19
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Trailer Build

I built an aluminum trailer from the ground up. Just wanted something lightweight. So far I have had it out west in Utah, and Arizona....so far so good. Keep up the good work on your build.
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Unread 10-26-2013, 11:07 AM   #20
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Finally was able to get my rims and tires mounted. This is a very slow build. Although progress is being made.


Next on the list is building fenders. A buddy of mine has a tube bender. So next payday will be buying metal.
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