I was at Lowes yesterday (honey do list) and saw the JumpingJack trailer. Very cool trailer..seems capable, lots of pics of them behind Jeeps. Since I am out of room in my TJ with Wife and 3 dogs..this may be the way to go. Has anyone used one before? PLease post a review. I have seen a few reviews but looking for Jeep owners review. If you want to see them the Rep John and Mark will be at Lowes I-10 and 75th Ave in Avondale, AZ and at the Lowes on I-17 and thunderbird in Phoenix, az. Please let me know what you think before I make a purchase decision.
I've never seen those before. It certainly looks like a very capable trailer. I'd like to see it sit a little higher suspension wise, but man that tent sure looks easy to set up. What does one of those run?
I saw the same trailer yesterday at a Sportsman's Warehouse store in Reno. The whole rig was $5200.00 with tent, cots, and table. Seemed too high for me. You could buy an old military trailer and roof top tent for way less and have a better trail trailer.
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Saw one last year at the Sacramento outdoor expo. Good trailer, def off roadable with little adjustment, and very easy set up! The only problem I have with it and the rep I was talking to was a Jeeper himself said the same thing, "its a lil wider than a full size truck" so using it on a tight trail would possibly not be good. A good aspect of it is the tent section can be removed very easy so you can also use it as a utility trailer as well.
$5200.00 not to bad once you look at the trek trailer for $9000.00
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