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    Default M101 CDN2 Canadian Army 1/4 ton trailer

    SOLD!!

    Hello,

    $1200

    This item is cross posted. The trailer is in Newmarket, ON

    The M101 CDN 2 1/4 ton trailer was a light duty trailer used by the Canadian Military and typically pulled behind the Iltis jeep. It has some rust but is built for Army conditions. I have set it up with a 7pin harness. The hubs are 5x100 and have Jeep rims with offset spacers/converters. The hand brake works and will come with the canvas tarp and hoops. I have the original drop down foot for the tongue if you want to convert it back. I have also had a 2" hitch receiver professionally welded in to mount a bike rack. There is also a galley shelf that fits onto the side for camping. A 2" pintle hitch will accompany the sale.

    I am selling it because we have moved to a Pop-up for camping and I no longer have my Jeep.

    Serious inquires only please.

    Pics to follow
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    Purchased, I look forward to setting this up for travel and taking a stab into trailer life
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadly99 View Post
    Purchased, I look forward to setting this up for travel and taking a stab into trailer life
    Well you know that means we will have to see some pick of it at least once it is done! Good buy!

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    Will do, this is going to be a complete budget build so don't expect any awesome product at the end of the day

    I want to see if trailer life is suitable for me, I figure best to try it out on the cheap before making a huge investment. Some cheap paint, a lid and a cheap rtt is all I have in mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadly99 View Post
    Will do, this is going to be a complete budget build so don't expect any awesome product at the end of the day

    I want to see if trailer life is suitable for me, I figure best to try it out on the cheap before making a huge investment. Some cheap paint, a lid and a cheap rtt is all I have in mind.
    This is how I do a lot of my stuff, up until that day ( well that would be next monday) when I tokk delivery of our brand new T@G max outback tear drop. Hope this will not be a crazy desapointment for back country travel.

    My off road utility/adventure trailer as been more than 20 years in the making and it is not done, but a good jack of all trade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky j View Post
    This is how I do a lot of my stuff, up until that day ( well that would be next monday) when I tokk delivery of our brand new T@G max outback tear drop. Hope this will not be a crazy desapointment for back country travel.

    My off road utility/adventure trailer as been more than 20 years in the making and it is not done, but a good jack of all trade.
    Lets see some photos of your new trailer

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