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post #1 of 51 Old 02-23-2009, 09:41 AM Thread Starter
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Got some updated pictures of my trailer, which is currently being built by Outlander Trailers in Arkansas, and thought I'd share one. Mine is on the left and has a height of 5 feet 4 inches. The trailer on the right is sitting on 31" tires.

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Nice!

Those are looking great!
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post #3 of 51 Old 02-23-2009, 10:27 AM
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Jason, does it come with the paint tin to level the dolly or is that extra?


Looks good
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LOOKS AWESOME!!!

2009 SUNBURST ORANGE JK 4 DOOR SOFT TOP. 4" PRO COMP LIFT W/ 35" X 12.50" PROCOMP EXTREME ALL TERRAINS ON 18" ULTRA ROGUE WHEELS. FABTECH PRE-RUNNER FRONT BUMPER. HID LIGHT KIT AND STILL BUILDING...........

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Glad you guys like it. Alec...not sure if the can comes with it...probably.

EDIT: Actually, I just remember Robert (Outlander Trailers) telling me he was having a hard time finding one of those long enough for the trailer but finally came across one.

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WANT!.... What do you get for refferals?

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Nice trailer!

I have an M416 in My garage waiting for Me to build a new frame and lid for it.
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WANT!....What do you get for refferals?
Hahaha...I don't get anything for referrals, but if you contact them it would be nice if you tell them you saw mine and liked it. The guy's name is Robert and the website is www.outlandertrailers.com (his number is at the bottom of the main page). What's cool is that the guy can build the trailer how you want it. When I asked about tire size he told me he could build it for whatever tire size I wanted. When I then told him I wanted 40" tires, he didn't even miss a beat, just said okay.

There's a whole mess of options you can get...solar panels, LED lights, roof top tent, etc, etc, etc. A nice addition to the Jeep if you travel a lot and/or enjoy camping.

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Nice trailer!

I have an M416 in My garage waiting for Me to build a new frame and lid for it.
Those M416's are nice...I've seen a few people build them up. If you haven't already, check out the Expedition Portal website...nice trailer builds on there that might give you some ideas. I don't have the kind of talent to build one myself...at least not one that would hold up nicely. Good luck with it!
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Robert (Outlander Trailers) sent me some updated pictures of the trailer so I thought I'd post them here. The trailer is expected to go to paint and powder coating on Monday.





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AWESOME...

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I like it. So where are you going first? I love my trailer as well.

Something you might want to consider is another leveling wheel to attach to the back somehow. That way the trailer can still be accessed when its not hooked up to your Jeep without trying to tip over. I have 3 jacks on mine and I can pull the tires if need be and still get in and out of the trailer when it isn't attached.

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Ah yes, tipping over would be a bad thing.

As for where I'm going, you can view the schedule of events at the below link...I'm attending all of them.
http://www.wheelersforthewounded.com/eventsch.htm
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That is a sweet looking trailer! Can't wait to see it all finished up.

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That thing is badazz!
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Nice unit.
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Real nice.
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it looks good, and you have quite a bit of time to use it for a really great cause. see you in October.

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A guy from Texas went to Outlander Trailers this past weekend to pick up his newly built trailer and took some pictures of mine while he was there.

This guy is 6'2"...give you an idea of the size of the trailer.


This is to mount the awning.


Swing away spare tire carrier.


60 watt solar panel.


My A/C and heating unit.


So large that Robert needs to use a step stool to work on it.
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Clamp holding the front on and rested on an upside down bucket. Not sure if I would be sleeping there if I were that dog
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Got an update on the WFTW trailer Outlander Trailers is building...







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I received another update from Robert (Outlander Trailers) tonight. He's really working his tail off to get the trailer completed as soon as possible. Considering all the options on the trailer (not to mention the size of the beast), it's amazing how fast he's getting things done).

Here's the info...

1) Water System and Generator - The generator is mounted. The water system is complete except for wiring the pump. As you can see, it will have a 12VDC faucet, a gravity outlet, and the fill inlet. Robert will fabricate a cover for the faucet to keep road grime off of it.



2) Air Conditioning and Heating - The HVAC system is mounted and complete.



3) Area Lighting - LED lights mounted on each side of the awning.



4) Fridge and Solar Panel - The fridge is mounted but not wired. The solar array is also mounted (its in the raised position in the photo). The array is also removable for positioning in the sun when the trailer is parked in the shade or facing the wrong direction. I will have between 25 and 50 feet of cord to connect the array to the electrical system.



Major items left to complete:
1) All wiring
2) LPG and fuel can brackets
3) LPG - stove plumbing
4) shelving in fender boxes

The next item in line is the auxilliary electrical system. Robert has the box ready and most components mounted on their panels.

One more pic...

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Got any info on that nifty little heat/ac unit?

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Anything for a fellow JKO member. http://www.golittleguy.com/cms/content/view/62/163/

The duct work on mine was modified so that it can stay in place wether or not my RTT is in the open or stored position.

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The web site for the AC unit indicates it requires a 20 amp cuircut, will the the Honda 1000 power that unit?

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Sweet trailer set up.
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