I built the Jeep/trailer primarily for weekend camp outs and kayak trips. So far we've only had it out 4-5 times this year but so far I'm really pleased with it. I do think I'm going to rework the rear end and move the fridge from inside the trailer to outside on the rear. I have a bad back and I don't want to mess with putting the fridge in/out of the trailer. There are some trips that we're taking just another vehicle and it's nice to be able to move the fridge between the two vehicles when needed.
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^Those were neat trailers. I almost thought of buying the Living Lite 6.0 off-road version this year. It's a nice pop-up for just a couple and to pull it behind a Jeep.
Do you still have it?
No I don't... technically it was just a loner but, I used it for two weekends and it was great. It toed very nice behind my TJ and was the perfect size for 1-2 people (maybe 3 if its a small child). I would love to have one but, they are a little pricey.
3.5" Rubicon Express Super Flex - 33 x 10.5 KM2 - Mopar Rock Sliders - Mopar SB Skid
Warn Oil Pan Skid - AEM Intake - Flowmaster Muffler - Aussie Front Locker - Currie Anti-Rock http://www.michianajeepclub.com/
Recently relocated the Jeep and a few extra items to my southern property. GCVW 9700 lb, 13.5 mpg and used only 1 qt of oil for 1100 mile trip with a/c on. And yes, that is Molly a 10 month old heifer calf, Jersey Holstein cross.
04 Overland towing my 99 24" Chaparral 330si sport boat. 7.4L 454 Mercruiser V8 (42knots!). The boat weighs 3850lbs dry + 50gal of fuel + trailer = no fun on the highway with a WJ that weighs less.
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4.7 HO V8, K&N FIPK, Old Man Emu HD Springs, Bilstien 5100, 31" 255/70/17 Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo 2, Black JK Moabs, Overland Rock Sliders, Tow Hooks, Westin Brush Guard, GTP Hood Vents, Mopar iPod Integration Kit
I most often tow my 1968 Bertram Moppie which is in equally great shape as my 79 Honcho.
- skyjacker 4" spring lift, shocks.
- ceramic headers
- mallory HEI distributor
- duel exhaust w/ flowmaster 50's
- edelbrock 4 bbl intake performer
- AED 650 mod carburator