His site is working for me.
To the OP, an offroad trailer isn't a bad option. If you buy a pre-built one, it's going to be expensive, but if you buy a used one and slowly build it up, you can save a ton of money. There are alot of people who go this route and even Bricktop built one which turned out superb.
I'm thinking of looking into this option, but first I need to contact a lot of the places we go camping just to make sure I don't have to pay an RV rate if I bring one. My plan is to have a trailer top tent too.
'09 X Unlimited, 4WD, auto, half-doors, soft-top
RC 2.5" Series II BB, JKS Quick Discos, JKS adjustable front track bar
15x8 Unique 297 (Soft 8), Goodyear MTR/Kevlar 35x12.50R15
5.13 gears, ARB front locker, Currie front shafts
Bushwacker flat flares, Rubicon rails with steps added