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  1. amoya1986

    M101A1 to Expedition Trailer Conversion Bryan, TEXAS

    I haven't weighed it yet but from the countless hours I spent here reading forum after forum, its roughly about 250 pounds. BUT it really is nice having the trailer brakes. If I had the a2 or a3 version I never would of swapped it and just dealt with the surge brakes LOL at "trailer hoarder"
  2. amoya1986

    M101A1 to Expedition Trailer Conversion Bryan, TEXAS

    buffalo congrats on your choice of trailer! i swapped the full axle on mine and got electric/ parking brakes too, im currently fabricating some thing too for my parking brakes, ill post soon
  3. amoya1986

    Post favorite pics of your rig and trailer

    i dont really have any of me towing it with the 4runner, still a work in progress, but its useable, test it out in the ozarks this past memorial weekend
  4. amoya1986

    Telescoping rack questions

    yeah i figured that out the hard way, i have to drill holes at the bottom to let water drain out
  5. amoya1986

    brand new Toyota 4Runner Towing a m101a1 with a rtt

    thanks i feel way more comfortable now. im just glad also read the manual, apparently i have to put 500 miles on 4runner before i can tow anything
  6. amoya1986

    brand new Toyota 4Runner Towing a m101a1 with a rtt

    Hello everyone, I'm new to the scene of overlanding and basically have one question or rather requesting opinions. Do I need a transmission cooler? I already swapped the old axle for a new dexter with electronic brakes and parking brake option too on the m101. so I know I dropped some weight...
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