jpnjake Posted January 10 Share Posted January 10 I picked up this trailer at the end of last year for a steal of 500$ so far I’ve gotten some decent work done on it, when I got it it needed 4 new tires(they are the original 1999 tires) the roof was caved in a decent amount from the record snowfall from about 10 years ago, and the roof needs to be sealed. But in order for me to use it, I have to wire up my MJ for an official 7 pin instead of just being tapped into the tail light sockets(blows fuse) and put a break controller in the MJ to haul longer distances and more weight. Here’s some pictures from when I got it to present day First day: First day working on it removed passenger side bench to fit more vehicles: Painted the wheels and power washed it, also took the curse off the dented roof: A Couple weeks later my neighbors tarp shed uplifts and attacks the trailer in a massive wind storm: A couple weeks later I measured and found that both my 4 wheelers would fit if I made one go under the main shelf in the front: so I cut a notch for it: Now Today, I was sick of the Original tires that wouldn’t hold air while I was moving it in the yard on short trips, so I took some old 30x9.5 Goodyear Wranglers on, and if you were wondering, the wheels are only 5”. They don’t fit too good and I’m not a fan of how tall they are but the fact that the trailer is more mobile and looks better in the yard is worth it.(these tires are temporary until I have the MJ sorted to tow with, then I will buy real tires): Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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