The M1101/2 trailers use a “FreeBack” backing plate made by Dexter.
The M101A2/3 trailers did not have them, which is exactly why they have a hole for a
They are available for the M101A2/3 and work very well. I installed them on my M101A2 trailers.
The shock probably isn’t the...
I was looking at eBay at the right moment and bought a NOS set of brake cables for $25.
The originals were too stretched to save.
I towed it around almost full yesterday for a few miles on backroads.
Even being 90-95% full, you can feel the water sloshing around...
I decided that it’s not worth the time and expense to install a surge brake actuator as I originally wanted.
It will almost never be on a public road and when/if it does, it will only be for 7 miles of backroads to my families ranch.
I’m very happy how it turned out and it is now ready to...
Well it’s all finished except for stenciling.
Tows great empty around town and does really well when full around the ranch.
Truck was in 4L when towing it this morning around the ranch. Up and down hills were comfortable.
I know when it’s half full it will be a completely different story and...
www.crofttrailer.com might have them.
It’s a standard pocket tie-down.
I just saw some for sale a few days ago when searching for something else.
Can’t remember now what site it was.
The manufacturers almost always never deal with individuals/civilians.
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