2013 Load Trail Load Max 102x32' gooseneck with driveover fenders and 2012 Jayco 154BH.
The camper is mounted to the trailer in three points with tongue still intact. The subframe has forklift slots so that the camper can be easily lifted up and off. I have the axle for the camper and it is registered and inspected through 6/18. Camper has a window unit and roof AC system with shower and toilet (roomy too). Fridge, both ACs, all lighting, etc are all completely operable. I had the original window tint stripped off and 5% tint installed recently as well. Includes Anco cover seen in the pics.
Load Trail has brand new 14 ply tires and fresh black powder coated wheels with matching spare. They have been from Dripping Springs to Crystal Beach and back once. They were installed two weeks ago. Registered and inspected through 6/18.
Deck space is right at 15'. My JK fits just fine with 83" width and a 102" wheelbase and here is room t spare both directions.
Both trailers are in excellent condition and are ready to go. I bought this setup from a friend a few months back and did a bit of refreshing and have decided a race trailer better suits my needs. I just spent three nights in it with the AC set on 64 and slept like a baby. It is a great setup, I just have a desire for an enclosed trailer.
I have clear TX titles for both in my name.
Please text or call me at 512-568-4929. Trailer is located in Dripping Springs, TX which is west of Austin.
This build was chronicled here and there are lots of details about weights and such. Check it out.
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