Jesse Beckton: just an observation for your next build.. hinge the cover on the other side
so if you have to pull over to the shoulder of the road and get something
out of your trailer your not at risk of getting run over.
Medium Man: Lookin good. BTW for those who dont know, some of his products are
upgrades to harbor freight tools to make them usable. Not to mention his
prices are reasonable on top of that. So buy a cheap tool, upgrade with
his parts and still be better than some tools costing 4x as much off the
start. Would be interested in some of the cad files in 3ds format for the
trailer itself. I had the same trailer and my YJ I made in 3ds format and
converted to a couple games but lost it all in a hard drive failure.
Jesse Beckton: How heavy is the trailer now after all the new metal work?
scooter2099: So .... how do you get into the trailer tray when the tent is out ?????
Sorry, but this is a silly set up
- seen much better set ups
wfd805: Any chance on more info on the tent? We have a similar style trailer that
I've wanted to add a tent to for a few years now. Thanks!
MF11283: not a selling point when you say "harbor frieght"
Leadfoot2112: thats all kinds of badass tho
ColtDeltaElite10mm: Awesome jeep trailer! I just hope the safety chain connecting point was
brought back closer to the center point of the bumper area. With the chains
spread so wide, it really limits the turn radius of the entire rig.
Robert Mercado: Not bad at all. Quite ingenious!
19hawk11: I liking this trailer. Almost want I want to make for myself. The closest I
have have seen as of yet though.
Mark Marin II: What I would give to spend a week with you troy in your shop and learn
everything I could... Great work as always troy. I have pretty much all of
your products. Thanks again from Texas.
Spikey DaPikey: Nice, want one!
MrMotortech: Very nice work sir, I think it will look great with the bed liner finish on
the whole trailer.
Qais Alamar: amazing trailer
Fred Miller: Very nice job! Love your ideas...
Tristan Johnson: this is so sick! i want one!
Chad Schultz: what thickness sheet did you use for the lid?
Alvarez Metal Works: What do you think about using 16 gauge with 3/4" 16 gauge square tube for a
skeleton for the box of of a trailer like this? Strong enough? I have an
extra sheet of that and plenty of 3/4" tube I could use to start building
yukonpic: Looks very nice Troy. Just FYI the gas shocks are mounted upside down. The
seal will dry out and it will start to leak. Mounted the other way the oil
in the main body will keep the seal lubricated.
PhunkyMunky76: Holy Awesomesauce!!! Nice work :) I want to make something like this but,
alas, I'm perpetually broke LOL. However, with some smart planning I bet I
could make such a trailer happen regardless. Looks like it'd be a blast to
use for family adventures.
montwolfman: Well done Troy.
careks: Nice trailer, must build one for my Wrangler also...
Lioslaith01: I want one.
RedDragon1260: About how much do you think all of this would cost? I have an M105 that is
sitting at my ranch that i only use once in a while and this is a good idea
for me an my son for camping trips.
gonnabeufc: had to mute this video, the sound of your lips smacking every time you
talked made me want to catch you on fire :D
PrepperLink: Great video, and I really like the design. Can you please provide the part
numbers for the gas springs and the mounting brackets?
DN ew: what was the final weight? or did you get around to it. im looking for a
trailer to do a winter project like this before next season
kbar4x4: I seen a few useful points for my trailer I'm about to start building.Thank
you for posting this video
bakwoodz08: Thank you for the detailed video, very nice work by the way!
Paul Perry: Great job. I've just started on my own Bantam trailer build. Very much like
what I have planned. Thanks for posting.
Swagoffroad: It was made out of 12 gauge, however the 2nd one I built was out of 14
gauge which was much lighter and worked just as well. Troy
SHOTGUNJIM1: what do you charge to build one if trailer is supplied
Swagoffroad: @Newt0040 I never did get the empty trailer to the scales. The guys I built
it for said all loaded up full of gear for travel it was ~1,540 lbs.
This is our Journey: the original trailers bodys were 16 ga, so Im betting you'd be just fine.
4ucarlosmurphy: Nice rig but the safety chains need to be crossed under the hitch, HP will
give you a ticket if their not.
truedeadman: Sweet trailer. Nice work
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