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    Trailer Build For My Jk

    Just finished my trailer build for my JK. Got my license and VIN from DMV on Friday. Cant wait to use it. Has a Smittybilt roof top tent an a smittybilt awning. It's going to be a work in progress. Might put drawer system and maybe slider for the ice chest. Using a Goal Zero 400 and 150 for battery power.IMG_4050.jpgIMG_3733.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by 07streetbobrider View Post
    Just finished my trailer build for my JK. Got my license and VIN from DMV on Friday. Cant wait to use it. Has a Smittybilt roof top tent an a smittybilt awning. It's going to be a work in progress. Might put drawer system and maybe slider for the ice chest. Using a Goal Zero 400 and 150 for battery power.IMG_4050.jpgIMG_3733.jpg
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    one more pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by 07streetbobrider View Post
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    one more pic
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    I guess I should show the beginning...

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    That's Bad Ass! Could you fit a Dirtbike or Quad inside...?

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    Awesome work!

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    That came out awesome!
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    Awesome! Man I wish I could weld!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    That's Bad Ass! Could you fit a Dirtbike or Quad inside...?
    no I couldn't fit those inside. But if I wanted to I could have made it to fit those...when you fabricate you can custom make anything to any dimension you want. I made this 4'x6' not counting the tongue box...

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    Kick ass trailer, nice job! What does it weigh in at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by I-Eat-Mud View Post
    Kick ass trailer, nice job! What does it weigh in at?
    It's under 700 pounds without the tent..tent is a little over 100 pounds I think. Cant even feel it behind the jeep.

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