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    Default Trailer Supported Adventuring

    For those of you interested in Trailer Supported Adventuring, check out Dinoot Trailers I have some thing new in the works

    Scott
    Compact Camping Concepts

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    Love it

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    Thanks!
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    Looked around the site, blog, etc. I really like the modular DIY kit idea.
    '83 Subaru GL, '09 Yamaha Zuma 50, '01 Kia Sportage, '04 Ranger xlt, '14 CRF250L

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    Thanks, the modular kit form will open the door to a more budget friendly way for folks to get into a backcountry trailer.

    Scott
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    I like where this is going. In the future a small, off road capable trailer will likely be added to my outdoor "arsenal".

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    Glad to hear you like the idea and are planning on one. Next week is a milestone for the project, work on the molds gets underway.
    Scott
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    Interesting, I just put a question on the board as to taking my trailer with me was a option. Mine is about the same size but not as nice. Just starting to change over spindles to match my FJ for spare tire convience. Nice unit you have there.

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    Badmanred, Thanks! For matching tow rig and trailer tires / wheels, many time you'll need to go with aluminum adapters. Most trailers have a 5 on 4.5 pattern, adaptitusa.com can convert that to most bolt patterns.
    Scott
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    The trailer is a old military style and has a 4 lug pattern that I am having a hard time finding wheels for. My FJ-40 has Chevy axles so thought I would put on new 6 lug Chevy spindles. Last things I want to be is a pain in the ass on the trail. I alos thought about one of the hitches that rotate. Not knowing what I am getting into here as far as (tough going) it may not be a bad idea. I don't do any (4 wheeling) with the trailer behind me so I may just have to see what you guys come up with for a route and pick the best place to join you. I am loving the area and idea of what you got going there.

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