Discussion in 'Jeep Trailer Tech' started by 97XJ_95YJ, Aug 13, 2008.
I want a trailer like Daryl's
Me to. Hey Daryl, will that trailer hold two M38A1's ??
That last jeep looks familiar...
Is that a 69 Camero I see in there?
I like the mini camper in the back of the green 3A.
Yes it is.
The Bantam will be putting in the work for a while iv got a whole bunch of oak to haul out.
Ted and the bantam getting a work out.
Hey, I recognize that trailer.
Loaded with parts, tools and camping gear headed out to the 2017 Willys Reunion in Indiana.
West Virginia scenery on the way home from the Reunion last year.
Hard to see the trailer, but it's standing in as a mobile work bench while I repair my generator in Ellijay, GA on the way home from Ohio last year.
So you drove a 3B round trip Florida to Ohio with a trailer? Do you have an overdrive in that Jeep?
Yes, and Indiana the year before. Ohio again soon this year.
And yes, o/d. Otherwise, stock until I added front disc brakes this year.
Pic of my oldest hauling the new JL.
20190519_165439 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr
Doing some home projects, loaded down and heading to the dump
on a side note per the receipt given
Gross weight: 2.38 tons
Tare: 1.89 tons
Net: .49 tons
So I had about 1000 lbs of roofing and wood in the back
The jeep and trailer combo with me in it only weighs in at 3780 lbs. I have seen somewhere online around 700lbs for the trailer weight. I do have a tailgate and spare tire on the trailer so it might be a little heavier. so the jeep with the hard top no doors weighs ~3000lbs
one more - hauling oak
First test of towing the new trailer with the M38A1. Quick trip to the scrap yard. Me, Jeep and empty trailer weigh about 3100 lbs. Trailer appears to be a David Bradley (no data plate present). Just finished overhauling it. It's finished with Rust-Oleum hunter green with black trim. Tires are 6.50-16.
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