Discussion in 'Jeep Trailer Tech' started by 97XJ_95YJ, Aug 13, 2008.
Bringing 'tubby' home.
I never seem to have much fun dragging my trailer around.
Another item hauled for work.
Portable frame for windshield glass.
Tonk meets the trailer
Got $70 bucks out the exercise to boot
70 bucks for those un-crushed cans? I gotta get a hold of Newman and his mail truck. I gotta say, Tonk looks awesome.
Finally something useful in my trailer today.
Brought home a vintage machine tool.
Kind of heavy for its size. It was in a hand dug basement in North Park San Diego. It took awhile to get it up the steps.
The basement is packed with vintage research and development electronics.
Looks like an Early Atlas shaper ..........1940 or so.
my trailer for erverywhere
I never posted these pics back in June when I finished my Bantam. I keep a filled water tank in it with my Indian Tank for brush fire season.
There is nothing I don't like about that JEEP. I want one just like it.
Not much for action, but I picked up the new tires on Sunday at Walmart and got them mounted today. The cj6 handled the trailer just fine, and the trailer seemed to pull great.
The tires are for the 73. they are General Grabber AT2, 33x12.50.
Hey, that trailer looks familiar. But it was a different color. Nice job Nate.
About 850lbs. for 35 miles.
Took the old BSA to a moto show in the hopes of selling it. Clutch cable was supposed to be here by today but as is life it didnt make it so it went on the back of the trailer.
On a side note, I would like to paint the trailer to match the jeep a little better...white wheels and all.
Dang, wish I wouldn't have sold this a few years ago. Had it for hauling rock around with my truck before my dad gav e me the CJ. Now it would be perfect to have. At least I sold it to another jeep owner
Unfortunately I couldn't tow it with the jeep obviously.
It was pretty bouncy! We took the slow roads though.
I'm having a guy do the floor pans and a few little things cause I don't have the skill or time.
Is this slightly overloaded?
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