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Discussion in 'Jeep Trailer Tech' started by Dickster, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. Feb 7, 2011
    Dickster

    Dickster New Member

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  2. Feb 7, 2011
    jpflat2a

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    would that be a flat bed, muntions type hauler?
    are those GI can racks up front?
     
  3. Feb 7, 2011
    ojgrsoi

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    Dickster

    Dickster New Member

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    After some research I would guess that this is a m762. This one has some differences from the other ones in the links I was given. The landing leg mounts to the frame swings back up under the frame and is pinned in place for storage. This one has torsion spring suspension, much like spring assist ramps on construction trailers. The trailer's tongue, or drawbar that attaches to the lunette, is pinnned to the trailer in two places. Remove the pins and you can slide the drawbar out of the trailer. The front pin is even with the front of the trailer frame. The second pin is under the trailers frame a little further back. It has three pin hole locations in the frame to except the pin, top,middle,and bottom. The front pin acts as the pivot point for the drawbar to move up or down for different hitch heights,different vehicles. Yes it has racks for fuel,water or whatever those famous cans hold. It has the hold down straps to,whats left of them. I have pictures of this stuff, but I can't figure out that photo bucket. My wife said she would get them posted when she gets home. There was a guy at my house awhile back that said he hadn't seen one of those since his military days. He said they used them for generator,welder,cable spools and potable water. I would like to know the vintage of this thing. No vin. tag that I can find on it. I'm thinking that this is a later model than the ones I've seen on the cornpooter. Thanks
     
  5. Feb 19, 2011
    77CJ5

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    CJ-JIM

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    77CJ5

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  8. Mar 31, 2011
    CJ5aTim

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    Looks like ones we had in Germany during the eightys...Hauled MEP 5s on em, that's why it has the two Jerry can holders - for fueling the generator...Looks about the same as i remember. That's just my .02
     

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