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Scout Trailer Take 1…

The first weekend “real use” of the scout trailer and we have to say we are both impressed with this trailer! It tracks extremely well, so well in fact that fully loaded we had to keep looking back to see it was still there, we really did not feel this trailer at all, which makes for really easy driving and we had her loaded!

 

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Locked and loaded 🙂 Ready to Roll!

 

 

We put a Snomaster 42s in one of the back sliders with a battery pack behind it for all the lights and the fridge. On the slider next to the fridge we made a custom box to sit on the slider so we could pack her to the hilt 🙂

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Snomaster 42s

We also designed a little table top that sits on the wheel well for additional cooking space, which was tremendous!

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Table top and Snomaster

We had a sundogx on the top of the scout and a 270 awning which both served their purpose more than adequately!IMG_0572

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If you are looking to buy a trailer take a serious look at the Scout, they are an incredibly well built aggressive trailers

Below are our setups, a scout trailer with a sundogx and 270 awning and a F150 with a big sky and a 270 awning, lots of mods to both setups. More on the mods as we prepare for our trip in September around Labrador and Newfoundland.

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A birds eye view of our site

 

 

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Overland Trailer

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Overview

Fully boxed galvanized steel frame which is then powder coated with the under carriage featuring heavy duty undercoating.

Payload of 1763 pounds that allows you to carry enough gear for even your biggest adventures.

Two-inch receivers are found at each end of the trailer that allow the use of articulating hitches and the addition of hitch mounted accessories.

Three off-road jacks make it easy to unhook and level.

Electric axle brakes in conjunction with a self-charging trailer break away system provide the ultimate security in the event of trailer detachment.

The independent trailing arm suspension features coil springs, dual shocks and limit straps which are both simple and reliable while providing a smooth ride.

The galvanized 14-gauge powder coated tub has a large main compartment and two side cabinets meaning that you will never run out of space again. The side cabinets make a perfect spot to fit your generator or a camp kitchen, with easy access and locking t-handles.

Removable steel fenders accommodate almost any size tire and an aluminum tongue box is perfect for deep cycle batteries and electrical systems.

Dual sliding floors with four tie down points per slider and dual locking T-handles.

Rain gutter rails allow for even further mounting of rack systems to carry your kayaks, bicycles, or whatever toys you want bring along on your next backcountry journey.

Technical Details
Removable/adjustable fenders
Pro Comp AT tires 35″ mounted on Pro Comp Series 51 Steel Wheels
5×5 wheel bolt pattern
All doors equipped with locking t-handle latches
3 main doors with slider drawer system
S/S sliders with 200 lbs. capacity
Rear sliders have hold open/closed latches to prevent unwanted movement
All sliders equipped with hold close latches
Kitchenette cabinet with locking drawer

Generator/fridge cabinet with Mesh floor
Integrated tie down points front and sides. 2 front, 4 each side one on top of main compartment
Electric brakes with integrated break away brake system
7 pin trailer wiring socket
2 inch front receiver /hitch mount adaptable to use articulating hitch or pintle hook
2 inch rear receiver hitch for mounting accessories, beaver step included
2 rear mounted shackle mounts for 3/4 inch shackles included
2 inch ball coupler included for on-road use ONLY
For off-road use you must use an articulating style coupler

Photos and pricing to come contact us @ rtt@wildcoasttents.com