I wish my Borderland was in state! Gonna have to go up to Utah to get it, but that'll just give me an excuse to swing through Colorado for a couple of days on a shakedown cruise!Nice looking trailer RonH! Congrats on it, and the new Jeep! :D
I will be getting one. I actually decided against getting a Rubicon, so I can put the savings towards an off-road camping trailer.
I wish I had the free time to build my own trailer, but honestly it would probably wind up one of those half finished projects sitting in my garage. So, I'm considering the Runaway Venturist (4x8x4 $6995) or the WeeRoll Overland (5x10x5 $6295). I'm leaning slightly more towards the Overland, as it's bigger, cheaper and made from aluminum. The fact they both have large cargo doors on the rear, means I was able to convince the Wife they could also be used to haul furniture etc. Both companies are within are in state, so I can pick the trailer up and save on shipping costs.
Nate- is that grey cargo craft pictured a 6x12? Looks smaller..I’ve been eyeballing Cargo Craft’s “off road” line for a bit. They make a few custom rigs depending on personal needs. I’m pretty much settled on my “Tramper” (trailer-camper) decision....Best of both worlds for my needs since I can have it customized with tons of features. Coloradotrailers.com is a dealer but any Cargo Craft dealer should be able to order.