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Adventure Forum A place for outdoor side of your XJ/MJ. Discussions revolve around camping, equipment, and camping trailers. As well as outdoor activities that take off from your XJ/MJ like hiking, geocoaching, and rock climbing. Also the place to discuss tips and hints for the best places to camp off the beaten path.

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Old September 13th, 2017, 08:12
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Re: Finally starting my teardrop offroad trailer build.

Awesome.

I need to start my build. Mine will probably take five years or more too. And that would probably work out about right: Finish it up about the time I start kicking Varmints out of the house. Be just about the time I need to start convincing The Bride she needs to go on Jeep trips with me. I will need the teardrop then.
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Old September 13th, 2017, 11:00
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Re: Finally starting my teardrop offroad trailer build.

Between working 60+ hours a week, working in Minnesota for close to two years, three surgeries, a new home, and a daughter getting married, it surprised me it took so long.
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Old September 30th, 2017, 20:58
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Re: Finally starting my teardrop offroad trailer build.

Read this whole thread tonight -- great trailer build -- Being fairly new to I never saw this thread before today

Now that you have a trip on it, How did the suspension preform? Would you still build it the same way?
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Re: Finally starting my teardrop offroad trailer build.

Pulls flawlessly on the highway and with the isolation hitch, you really couldn't hardly feel it on the trail. With the shocks and air bags, it rode great.
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