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I have four small trailers with various hitch heights and got this Drawbar that adjust from a 6" plus rise to a 7" plus drop. Heavy duty.
Pics show it hitched to my enclosed cargo trailer with my camping stuff inside. I tent camp but not bare bones! Notice the double 20lb propane tanks on the front...heat, cooking, campfire...I feel like Hank Hill. I love Propane and Propane Appliances. lol. :)
 

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That's a nice trailer you have. Definitely like the idea for having a trailer to put on the gear in. I would have to put a lift kit on the trailer and some bigger tires though.
 

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I like that adjustable drawbar. What is the tongue weight capacity of the drawbar?
 

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CrzCajun That's a nice trailer you have. Definitely like the idea for having a trailer to put on the gear in. I would have to put a lift kit on the trailer and some bigger tires though.
I like the idea of making the trailer an off-rd trailer with lift and tires. It has as much if not more clearance than the stock Comm. right now. The Aussies have some neat Off-Rd trailer ideas. One was named the Outback if I remember.
I got this last summer as I was tired of loading and unloading camping stuff and it works primo. I wanted a small enclosed trailer and this one is beauty. Got it from Campout Inc, based out of New Jersey but they have a local dealer to me...don't know of anywhere else. It was made by CargoExpress and has a GVWR of 2k. I don't know if they make this model anymore as it is not featured on their website. I mounted a spare on the door and want to add some running lights on the front top.

GPintheMitten I like that adjustable drawbar. What is the tongue weight capacity of the drawbar?
5k trailer weight with 500lb on the bar. Not max to the ability of the Jeep but it will cover me. $40.00 without the ball in Wal-Mart.
 

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CrzCajun That's a nice trailer you have. Definitely like the idea for having a trailer to put on the gear in. I would have to put a lift kit on the trailer and some bigger tires though.
I saw this. Nice if you want a real Off Road Trailer...Probably cost more than the Commander to get one over here but these people think of everything.

http://offroadtrailers.co.za/index.html
 
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