Re: Off road Trailer. Anyone have an Xventure?
I have a 1950's Dodge 1/2 ton pickup bed utility trailer. It has served me well for transporting gravel, firewood, slash, doing dump runs, and moving furniture, but I have day-dreamed about welding a tandem axle utility trailer of approximately the same relatively-small size but with more weight-bearing ability with kind of a "transformer" expandable nature.
Thank you for posting the link to Schutt Industries. Their products are just brilliant. Their products materialize the brilliance of and the refusal(s) to compromise of the brain(s) of the designer(s). Looking at their products, I think "Howard Roark," and am humbled.
Schutt Industries website has added features to my still-daydreamed proposed transformer utility trailer.
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