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    Quote Originally Posted by TrainWreck618 View Post
    Are you planning on a camper also? Most of the ones I’ve been looking at need at least 10’ so I was thinking a 30’ would be fine since the Jeep from end to end is 16.5’


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    Nah, just dragging two Jeeps. I agree, a 30’ is probably perfect to do what you are looking to do.


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    Southeast Fall Bash at Windrock ORV October 4-6 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Nah, just dragging two Jeeps. I agree, a 30’ is probably perfect to do what you are looking to do.


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    Southeast Fall Bash at Windrock ORV October 4-6 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by Rst8rox View Post
    A 30’ is just enough for 2 TJ’sIMG_3407.jpg

    We have fit a JKUR and a TJ but was very very tight.
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    Yeah, the 32 gives the clearance that I needed to fit two JKUs up there with the spare tire of the rear Jeep just hanging just off the end. Mine also doesn’t have a dovetail. It’s flat with slide in ramps.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 19YJ94 View Post
    Are you thinking like a "truck bed camper" on the gooseneck trailer and room for the Jeep? I seen a few setups like that. Seems like it would be reasonably easy.
    Yeah, a truck bed camper and room for the JK.


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    This really sounds like an awesome trip. Can you add me to the list? And I have a friend that's on the forum will probably want to go also.
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    It keeps getting better!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    It keeps getting better!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Yeah, the 32 gives the clearance that I needed to fit two JKUs up there with the spare tire of the rear Jeep just hanging just off the end. Mine also doesn’t have a dovetail. It’s flat with slide in ramps.


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    The ramps folding up is what screws things up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffj View Post
    This really sounds like an awesome trip. Can you add me to the list? And I have a friend that's on the forum will probably want to go also.
    I’ll add you!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rst8rox View Post
    The ramps folding up is what screws things up.


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    Yeah, the first couple of trailers I looked as were like that. It takes up a bunch of room.


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