The locating pins on my springs are a much smaller diameter than the holes in my spring perches.
Do I need to find some kind of bushing to make sure these fit tightly, or can I just center the axle as best I can and tighten the u-bolts down?
Here it is - new to me trailer.
Very lightweight homebuilt that should suit my purposes perfectly. Will fit a top to it, add some matching wheels and tires, and create some kind of camp kitchen or table for use in camp. There will not be a RTT, but I will haul my big Cabella's tent in it.
I'm looking at building/equipping my first trailer - definitely more of a basecamp unit than an on-trail unit. Mostly just something to haul my gear in to the campsite.
That being said, aside from tire sizes, what really differentiates an off-road trailer from a run of the mill cargo trailer...
I'm new to the whole concept of expeditions and expo trailers, but I've got an idea brewing in my mind and I can't get rid of it.
I've just completed a rework of an 89 Ford Bronco, and think a matching F-150 bed turned into a trailer would make a great support/tow behind for camping...