If you’re looking for a tough-as-nails trailer to haul down your favorite off-road route, look no further than To Extreme’s Rugged N’ Ready line. Countless hours of R&D have gone into developing a trailer that To Extreme calls, “perfect for smaller tow vehicles and narrower trails.” To Extreme manufactures their Rugged N’ Ready trailers in the USA and offers two different sizes for your gear-hauling needs.
Utilizing Timbren axle-less suspension with 20 inches of clearance and a 2,000-pound capacity (3,500 pounds on the 72-inch model), To Extreme’s trailers pair well with smaller vehicles that have limited cargo storage. Their 60-inch model, which weighs 860 pounds, provides 35 cubic feet of storage space for all of your camping and overlanding equipment. A front storage rack gives additional real estate for items like jerry cans or a generator, and adding their optional overhead rack provides a suitable platform to mount a rooftop tent, offering even more utility in this already small footprint.
Aircraft-style L-track for Cargo Management
L-track (used by commercial airlines) is mounted inside the trailer, providing an adjustable tie-down system to secure your gear so it can’t shift around while driving. If you opt for the hinged trailer lid, you can lock all of your belongings securely inside the trailer on extended road trips where you might find yourself away from your vehicle in the front country.
Simple but Spendy
There is no denying the robust cargo capacity and ground clearance of these trailers, but does their design justify the price? After adding the overhead rack, rooftop tent, awning, and lockable gear cover, the smaller of To Extreme’s trailers exceeds $10,000 (and you still haven’t addressed the bathroom, kitchen, or power). My take: if you already own a rooftop tent as well as the other camping gear needed for a weekend in the woods, but your vehicle lacks cargo capacity, one of To Extreme’s trailers might be a good solution. Their no-frills, simple design looks great behind your rig, is made in the USA, and will haul plenty of gear to your backcountry campsite.
Interior: 60x42x24 inches
Exterior: 118x70x50 inches (+24inches with tailgate down)
Empty weight: 860 pounds
35 cubic feet of storage space
2-inch-square-continuous chassis tube, includes hitch and rear receiver
Rear receiver doubles as a recovery point
2,000-pound Timbren axle-less suspension
33-inch BFG KO2 all terrains on aluminum alloy rims
Xtreme Liners coated fenders and frame
Durable powder-coated body panels
Heavy-duty front cargo rack
Adjustable cargo management system
LED brake and marker lighting
Lighted license plate frame
Automotive-grade wiring harness
20 inches of ground clearance
T-handle lockable tailgate
To learn more about To Extreme’s Rugged N’ Ready line of off-road trailers, visit their website at https://store.to-extreme.com/collections/trailers.