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    That is a prototype trailer for the prototype amphibious MUTT. I forget the numbers, I'll get back to you on that. Or it is a matter of some one with to much time on there hands. And lots of parts laying around.
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    I think Doghead may be right. The suspension is not M151. But the box is for sure US.

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    I been searching and found this # (XM416A1 IRS) for a prototype M151 trailer but could not find a photo. Maybe some else can find one.
    M1009
    M1008
    M101A2
    XM384 trailer

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    http://g503.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=99&t=107353

    I have not only messed with M151 designs but also decided to modify a 416 trailer.

    The standard 416 has a solid axel that complicated trailing in the field as well as constant resistance to the Independent suspension on the M151 Jeep.

    I construct 3 trailers, 2 trailers were build using the rear IS from M151A1's and the thrird trailer has the trailing arms from a M151A2.

    I sol one XM416A1 to a buddy of mine in California the other two are mine and Nates.



    link post on message board, still no picts
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    The Top Dog nailed another one, A Home Grown Trailer,....

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    Would $275. be a fair price for an altered or home made military trailer?
    This box style is a new one for me. Been searching for hours and did not see another like it.00j0j_EJD4JQ7HSi_600x450.jpg

    Thanks Tony
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    Good price, worth that in aluminum. Do you have a picture that shows the tail lamps? The draw bar is military.

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    The 3 pictures I have do not show any tail lamps.
    I am thinking I've caught this olive drab sickness I heard about here.



    I just called the owner. He says it has the miltary tail lights and he never altered it. He believes it is all stock military.
    But I have to look it over good to believe that is unaltered.
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    M1009
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    XM384 trailer

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    That's what I was thinking. But the box doesn't look like home-brew. Maybe somebody had a military trailer body with no frame, and they cobbled something together....
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    Non standard parts in CUCV?
    You offend against the pure OEM design!
    Evaluate self! Reflect and repent!

    Or... maybe not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 656owner View Post
    The 3 pictures I have do not show any tail lamps.
    I am thinking I've caught this olive drab sickness I heard about here.
    Post #9 the pic shows the tail light on the right side behind the tail gate.

    If you cut yourself and you bleed green.......................

    That looks a lot like 151 front suspension with short tie rods to hold center.
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    The tail lights are mounted in the body.

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