fishingdrone wrote:Just got mine ready to roll, still a lot left to be done (add AC and DC aux power system, live well, rod tubes, etc.) Will haul 2-3 yaks on top, and one smaller one could fit in cargo area until the power system and live well goes in.
It's 6'x3' and rides on 35x17x12.5 tires (same as the jeep, and sits at the same height). Pulls like it's not even there. The tounge is adjustable by 2.5', for different length 'yaks.
Had a friend do the design and fab, and I've been adding the finishing touches.
jackh wrote:any updated pics? i hope your adding fenders to it, you could tear up some yaks with those tires throwing up road debris. really nice fabrication though i like it a lot
fishingdrone wrote:jackh wrote:looks good ill be lookin for you there this summer
Thanks! You'll likely see me with the orange frenzy on SLP during the summer - running out bait for the surf rods =)
G-Man wrote:Here's mine. Its a Harbor Freight-1090 Lb. Capacity 40-1/2" x 48" Mini Utility Trailer with 12" Four-Lug Wheels and Tires, extended the tongue and added 2 sets of bunkers for 2 kayaks.
msr wrote:G-Man wrote:Here's mine. Its a Harbor Freight-1090 Lb. Capacity 40-1/2" x 48" Mini Utility Trailer with 12" Four-Lug Wheels and Tires, extended the tongue and added 2 sets of bunkers for 2 kayaks.
G-Man, what do you think of your trailer? I am looking at one of those.
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