When I get a chance, I'll take some pictures of how I have mine set up now. It's a work in process though, been buying all sorts of stuff for it, I'm going to run power inside it and power it with a generator, plus a window in the door and a few other things that I've come up with over the last couple of years.We have pulled a utility trailer several times and are planning on buying a enclosed soon. I think it will be way better. If anyone has any pics of how they installed beds or anything cool would be great to see.
When I need to haul more than will easily fit in my Jeep, I use this little "Jackwagon Basecamp" enclosed trailer. They're made in Prescott Arizona. I picked mine up used. Watertight. Fairly light, only about 1,000 pounds. There's no axle, so ground clearance is nearly 18" and this one has trailer brakes. Something like this might suit your needs?Currently own a utility trailer that I occasionally take on my hunts. Thinking of getting an enclosed one to keep most of my gear and take it on the long trips. Thoughts?
Never thought about that before. Very good idea!Also, my enclosed trailer works a one stop shop for range time. It’s all set and all I have to do is pull it to the field, drop the ramp, put out the targets, and I am ready to go. Today it was a cold muddy mess outside but it sure was nice shooting out the back of clean, dry, and heated trailer.
I cannot agree more with the tandem axles, it will pull better, a little extra security if you have a blow out and you will not have to worry about going for a ride when you stand on the gate side without it hooked up.Enclosed is the way to go, two axles if you can afford it.