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    Default Looking for a car trailer

    Looking for a car trailer if anyone has one. Something to pull the Jeep around so I will care even less about breaking it than I already do.

    Alright with needing work, hopefully not rotted, something with paperwork would be nice since it'll be over 3k and technically need a title.

    Thanks!
    '99 TJ, 5.9L Magnum V8, Atlas-4, Waggy 44s, links, air struts, 37s, etc etc etc
    She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid. I've made a lot of special modifications myself.
    KC1KAX

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    It's possible for you to care even less about damage! Impressive.

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    2005 LJ Rubicon Metal Cloak control arms, Currie 4" springs, Currie Track Bars, Rancho RS5000X Shocks/Stabilizer, 1" Alum BL, 1" MML, Currie Correctlynk Steering, Savvy T Case Cable Shifter, Currie Anti Rock, UC Fab LoPro Skid Plates, HD Driveshafts, US Alloy Front Axle Shafts, Revolution Gears rear axle shafts, MC F/R Fenders, MC Sliders, JCR Stubby Mauler Bumper MC rear w/tire carrier, Superwinch 9.5 Synthetic Line. Revolution Gears 5.38, OX lockers F/R, Goodyear MTR's 35" Raceline Steel Beadlocks, Mastercraft Seats

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJ Rubicon View Post
    It's possible for you to care even less about damage! Impressive.
    Beat me to it!
    Mary Anne: 1988 YJ, 258, Weber 32/36 DGEV, AX15/231/SYE, 4.10 HP-D30 & non c-clip D35 w/Truetrac, 33" KO2's, BDS 2" lift, Warn 9.5ti, and a bunch of skid plates

    Boomer: 1997 Ram 2500 4X4, Cummins 12V, 47RE, work in progress...

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    What you need is a Jeep Pickup to haul your Jeep. Not tow on a trailer... drive it up in the bed.
    -- Tundra (yes, really my name, not my truck!) - KC1DQY

    As yet unnamed - 2021 Wrangler Rubicon - mine-mine-mine-no-matter-what-the-bank-says - https://forums.exploringnh.com/showthread.php?33005
    Wheezy Chicken (Gone now, RIP) - 2013 Wrangler Unlimited Sport S - not stock any more - Schoolbus Yellow (er, 'Dozer') - https://forums.exploringnh.com/showt...ame-for-it-yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by LJ Rubicon View Post
    It's possible for you to care even less about damage! Impressive.
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueberryHill View Post
    Beat me to it!
    You guys.... I do have feelings you know.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivoryring View Post
    What you need is a Jeep Pickup to haul your Jeep. Not tow on a trailer... drive it up in the bed.
    I've honestly thought for years about looking for an old tow truck to make into a woods beater. Considering what I do for a living it would make sense and it would be fun. But the last thing I need is one more vehicle kicking around. A trailer can sit behind the garage 99% of the time, and if I only use it two or three times a year, it won't matter.
    '99 TJ, 5.9L Magnum V8, Atlas-4, Waggy 44s, links, air struts, 37s, etc etc etc
    She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid. I've made a lot of special modifications myself.
    KC1KAX

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    When I was in Moab got a good look at this. With your occupation I think it's required.20200923_150806.jpg

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    2005 LJ Rubicon Metal Cloak control arms, Currie 4" springs, Currie Track Bars, Rancho RS5000X Shocks/Stabilizer, 1" Alum BL, 1" MML, Currie Correctlynk Steering, Savvy T Case Cable Shifter, Currie Anti Rock, UC Fab LoPro Skid Plates, HD Driveshafts, US Alloy Front Axle Shafts, Revolution Gears rear axle shafts, MC F/R Fenders, MC Sliders, JCR Stubby Mauler Bumper MC rear w/tire carrier, Superwinch 9.5 Synthetic Line. Revolution Gears 5.38, OX lockers F/R, Goodyear MTR's 35" Raceline Steel Beadlocks, Mastercraft Seats

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreakinJeep View Post
    You guys.... I do have feelings you know.
    Only because we think you're awesome. (Your Jeep too.)
    Mary Anne: 1988 YJ, 258, Weber 32/36 DGEV, AX15/231/SYE, 4.10 HP-D30 & non c-clip D35 w/Truetrac, 33" KO2's, BDS 2" lift, Warn 9.5ti, and a bunch of skid plates

    Boomer: 1997 Ram 2500 4X4, Cummins 12V, 47RE, work in progress...

    The Ancient and Honorable Society of the Leaf Spring
    Tread Lightly!
    KC1EIJ WQZJ411

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