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Old 08-31-2015, 02:39 PM   #1
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Small Off Road Cargo Trailer recommendations?

We are currently full time 5th wheelers and while that is a big downsize from our sticks and bricks, the truck camper is a much smaller unit.

We are going to buy a truck camper for 4-8 week trips from our base to adventure/fishing/hunting/hiking spots that the 5th wheel would not be ideal for.

We are trying to decide whether we need a cargo trailer for bicycles, small gas grill, kayak, fishing gear, portable black water tank, extra clothes, backpacking gear, extra cookware, extra canned goods, small chest freezer, etc.

I like the idea of being a minimalist and being able to go wherever the 4x4 truck will take us, however, I also realize that getting there without any of the toys/tools necessary to enjoy the destination really defeats the purpose.

I'm thinking a 7' x 12' as the MAXIMUM size, it would be even better with a 6' x 9'.

Two axles ride better on rough ground?

So, how about some advice???

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How off road? I want a trailer for my TC... kick boat, trolling motor, fly fishing gear, backpacks, RC DLG gliders, Honda 600 gen, mt bikes, maybe 200-300 watts solar and twin 6 V batteries.
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