Discussion in 'Jeep Trailer Tech' started by 97XJ_95YJ, Aug 13, 2008.
Seriously? It takes all kinds....I guess ?
I think we have the same neighbor, Ron
Wow... just wow.
At that point cut it and push it back onto his yard.
The little trailer on a run to Carlisle (3 hrs away with construction) to pick up some trailer axles for a job I have.
love it. My trailer (Spen model S) is in pieces at the moment. I just finished welding on a patch panel to the front bottom edge, and next I have a 16" section to patch on the drivers side panel. Pics to follow!
Today I sold the 2 Fhead motors that I had advertised here a few months back. Sold them locally.
The green B handled the load just fine.
Went across the truck scales this morning at work, 4860lbs with me in it, and this eve after the motors were unloaded, 3860 with me in it.
It's crazy F-heads are 500lbs each. it's no joke that V6 CJs are lighter.
And today just the B and me went across the scale at 3140, so the 1948 Montgomery Ward trailer weighs 720 or therabouts.
My David Bradley weighs in at 540, but I don't have a spare mounted.
Still unpacking after two moves in 5 years. Used the Bantam to haul some old boxes of junk up to the house from the shop. It gets sorted to the Goodwill or to the dump.
Rubicon big sluice at the end of a long day. Now if we could just get that JK at the tree to move faster...
dog and i took the broken welder to the local shop
I love the back of your trailer! Back in the 80's it was just a group of friends and family and we called ourselves Newport Beach Yacht and 4x4 Club!
That came from when we used to run the Rubicon river in the trailer races. It was all for fun and spectators during the Jamboree. I never won, I always sank.
Wrong trailer? You gotta be more specific. I don't even have a hitch on the CJ.
That is awesome!
Using the '55 David Bradley for yard work behind the '46 VEC. Good patina on both.
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