M416 Overland trailer, turn key

Clrussell

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As we decide to move to a slide in pop up camper for our further adventures it’s time to sell off what we have.

I built this over a couple years, any questions just ask.

Clean Arkansas title in hand.

$7500

Comes as seen minus fuel/ water cans. I
Will take updated pictures today when the sun comes out.

-weighs approximately 1500lb
-25 gallon on board water tank with 12v pump, -31 series battery and charger in the tongue box
- adjustable length tongue; loosen a bolt, pull a pin, and length changes 24”
- 360* hitch from Australia
- 5x150 wheel spacers adapters to Landcruiser/ tundra bolt pattern.
- 3 17x9 “0” offset wheels with LT285/70r17 Nitto Ridge Grapplers “E” load range (10ply)
- tongue runs full length of trailer and back to a 2” receiver in the rear, I did this for torsional stress and to have a stronger pull point if we had to pull the rig backwards at anytime.
- Ikamper Xcover tent, king size mattress, easy up and down. New cover Included with tent.
- swing away rear cooler rack, this is removable with a few bolts and the hitch is usable again.
- 7 pin plug in, battery will charge off 7 pin connector, back up light under trailer activated by 7 pin backup feed.
- side open lid, the tent will close as you open so the tent can be open and still be able to get in the trailer. Obviously without anyone in the tent.

This trailer has been with my family for a little over 10k miles of road trips since built. In fact I just got home yesterday from a 500 mile trip with it. Provide bedding and it’s Turn key ready to use.

Pictures of the build. It in action a couple times and I will get detailed pictures this morning of it currently.
 

Clrussell

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Clrussell

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SlowCarFast

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What's your general location in Arkansas? How weatherproof is the box? I'm assuming no stabilization jacks (I don't see any). Any clue on the general tongue weight fully loaded? Also, how weatherproof is the box? Thanks!!
 
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Clrussell

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What's your general location in Arkansas? How weatherproof is the box? I'm assuming no stabilization jacks (I don't see any). Any clue on the general tongue weight fully loaded? Also, how weatherproof is the box? Thanks!!

I’m actually in southern Missouri. West plains to be exact. Can help deliver if needs be.

The box is pretty weather proof, has a bulb seal around the lid. I’ve towed it though rain and snow and never had anything internal get wet.
I took it to the car wash before those pictures and had minimal water intrusion. I can get a picture of the sealing.

No stabilizing jacks, I’ve never felt the need for them. It’s honestly pretty dang stable. I expected to need them as I always see trailer with them but I’ve never been in a situation where I wanted them.

Trailer is really well balanced. Tongue weight fully loaded is less than a couple hundred pounds. I can easily move it around with the water tank full. It doesn’t squat my 200 when I hitch it on.

I’ve towed it 90mph and it’s never swayed like it’s rear heavy either.
 

MajorNate

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Hello there! I apologize if you have been asked already, but is the tent a necessary part of the deal? What attachment to the trailer are bolted on versus welded on? Is there a spare wheel/tire? Do you have any pictures of the water and electrical system?

Thank you!
 

Clrussell

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Hello there! I apologize if you have been asked already, but is the tent a necessary part of the deal? What attachment to the trailer are bolted on versus welded on? Is there a spare wheel/tire? Do you have any pictures of the water and electrical system?

Thank you!

Man I never saw this until now

I kamper is clamped to the trailer just like you would on a cross bar. In face any tent like that would work.
Doesn’t necessarily have to have the tent sold with it.

Matching spare wheel and tire. Same exact everything. I planned to put it underneath on a winch like a vehicle. Keep the weight a little lower and it out of the way.
 

Winterfell_JK

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GLWS! Sorry for a brief hijack, but did you find value in the extendable tongue?
I have been considering it for my M100 build, but I was mostly convinced I didn't need it. My unmodded short tongue tows great down the road loaded or unloaded, but is tough to reverse, especially when it's difficult to see it behind my Jeep. Is the tongue extendable just for a smaller storage length, or were there situations where you drove with it shortened as well?
 

Clrussell

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GLWS! Sorry for a brief hijack, but did you find value in the extendable tongue?
I have been considering it for my M100 build, but I was mostly convinced I didn't need it. My unmodded short tongue tows great down the road loaded or unloaded, but is tough to reverse, especially when it's difficult to see it behind my Jeep. Is the tongue extendable just for a smaller storage length, or were there situations where you drove with it shortened as well?

I built the tongue with trails and long towing in mind.
Longer trailers generally tow better and are easier to back up. Shortening the tongue for storage is definitely a bonus. I’ve never had it in a situation where I needed it shorter on a trail. But I have the option.
 

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