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Old 01-29-2013, 01:14 PM   #1
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Anybody tow one? Been thinking about trading my '12 JK in for a '13 JKU and picking up one of those 17' hybrids. Just curious what experiences any of you may have had.

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I am an RV tech in Texas and if you do decide to do this pay very close attention to the GVWR of the trailer. I would highly recommend a weight distribution hitch (chain style with a sway control kit). The jeep should have now problem pulling with those factors considered. Pm me or comment here if you have any further questions. Have fun buddy

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Anybody tow one? Been thinking about trading my '12 JK in for a '13 JKU and picking up one of those 17' hybrids. Just curious what experiences any of you may have had.

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I have a 2 axle 18' hybrid travel trailer that I have towed with my '12 JKU. As was stated, a weight distribution hitch, electric brakes(with brake controller) and sway control will go a long way to safely tow the trailer.

The JKU doesn't have any trouble towing or stopping with the proper equipment. The only trouble I have is backing up the trailer, especially on an incline. It is kind of a pain to do it with a manual. Many have recommended that I use 4Lo. I will be trying that this spring.
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I am an RV tech in Texas and if you do decide to do this pay very close attention to the GVWR of the trailer. I would highly recommend a weight distribution hitch (chain style with a sway control kit). The jeep should have now problem pulling with those factors considered. Pm me or comment here if you have any further questions. Have fun buddy
Will do, I expect I will be pretty careful. Although, if I understand this correctly, the GVWR of the trailer can exceed your towing capacity as long as you don't load the trailer past the towing capacity. So a 3000 lb trailer with 3800 lb GVWR would be ok for a JKU with 500 lbs of gear but not with 800, right?
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I have a 2 axle 18' hybrid travel trailer that I have towed with my '12 JKU. As was stated, a weight distribution hitch, electric brakes(with brake controller) and sway control will go a long way to safely tow the trailer.

The JKU doesn't have any trouble towing or stopping with the proper equipment. The only trouble I have is backing up the trailer, especially on an incline. It is kind of a pain to do it with a manual. Many have recommended that I use 4Lo. I will be trying that this spring.
Mind if I ask what model trailer? Seemed like most of the ones I saw were 17' for whatever reason. I will probably get an auto this time around just to make my life easier, although I've always had and always loved stick shifts.
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Mind if I ask what model trailer? Seemed like most of the ones I saw were 17' for whatever reason. I will probably get an auto this time around just to make my life easier, although I've always had and always loved stick shifts.
Our trailer is a 2008 Jayco Jay Feather 19H. Just to reiterate, I don't recommend or suggest that it is ok to tow beyond the stated limit of 3500. I haven't had any issues towing ours with all the towing equipment installed and working properly FWIW.
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We just looked at the Lance 1575. They have come out with a line of lightweight travel trailers targeted at SUV - Jeep owners. They have quite a bit of room and alot of amenities for the light weight. They also have a pop out giving you even more room. They have a smaller one also, I think it was the 1275. We looked at them and got a brochure, you can look online for the specs.

We have a 32ft. motorhome so if we are gone a long while we can take that and have lots of room. for a short get away with the Jeep the Lance is awesome. We plan on getting one in the next year, after we recover from tax season
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Our trailer is a 2008 Jayco Jay Feather 19H. Just to reiterate, I don't recommend or suggest that it is ok to tow beyond the stated limit of 3500. I haven't had any issues towing ours with all the towing equipment installed and working properly FWIW.
I totally understand. I think I can squeeze in under 3500 loaded and still have enough, all I really want for sure is something with an inside shower.
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We just looked at the Lance 1575. They have come out with a line of lightweight travel trailers targeted at SUV - Jeep owners. They have quite a bit of room and alot of amenities for the light weight. They also have a pop out giving you even more room. They have a smaller one also, I think it was the 1275. We looked at them and got a brochure, you can look online for the specs.

We have a 32ft. motorhome so if we are gone a long while we can take that and have lots of room. for a short get away with the Jeep the Lance is awesome. We plan on getting one in the next year, after we recover from tax season
I was looking for trailers that the jeep can tow and came across the lance.... Looks really nice and I about fell out of my chair when I saw the price tag.

There are not going to be a ton of options for the jeep crowd. Factor in that by the time your wife loads it up with a bunch of extra junk and you load 40 gallons of water (300+ pounds) you could easily be exceeding the jeeps limits.

Another thing is alot of trailers are groosly underrated weight wise....My 05 weekend warrior was a ton heavier than the sticker said.
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We just looked at the Lance 1575. They have come out with a line of lightweight travel trailers targeted at SUV - Jeep owners. They have quite a bit of room and alot of amenities for the light weight. They also have a pop out giving you even more room. They have a smaller one also, I think it was the 1275. We looked at them and got a brochure, you can look online for the specs.

We have a 32ft. motorhome so if we are gone a long while we can take that and have lots of room. for a short get away with the Jeep the Lance is awesome. We plan on getting one in the next year, after we recover from tax season
Thanks for the tip! I looked at the 1575, wow that is sweet! I have a lab mix myself, she's almost 6 months, about 55 lbs. Supposed to be part mastiff but if so she's smaller than we expected. Doesn't matter though, she is an absolute sweetheart and I cannot wait to take her out Jeep camping!!!
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I was looking for trailers that the jeep can tow and came across the lance.... Looks really nice and I about fell out of my chair when I saw the price tag.

There are not going to be a ton of options for the jeep crowd. Factor in that by the time your wife loads it up with a bunch of extra junk and you load 40 gallons of water (300+ pounds) you could easily be exceeding the jeeps limits.

Another thing is alot of trailers are groosly underrated weight wise....My 05 weekend warrior was a ton heavier than the sticker said.
Ya, they don't give them away. Lance always carries a pretty big price tag we've owned two of their campers and loved them though.

I promised my husband I would not load the Lance like the motorhome is loaded, lol. Funny how the husbands always say we fill up the RV's, yet look at the outside storage and see all the, "necessary" stuff you guys put in there The horseshoes I know are a must, along with the big sledge hammer and other, "lightweight" tools. Lol

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Thanks for the tip! I looked at the 1575, wow that is sweet! I have a lab mix myself, she's almost 6 months, about 55 lbs. Supposed to be part mastiff but if so she's smaller than we expected. Doesn't matter though, she is an absolute sweetheart and I cannot wait to take her out Jeep camping!!!
I love the 1575, that's the one we will end up with. The 1275 was just too small if we take the dogs or my grandson goes with us.

Congratulations on the puppy, I've got three monsters myself. Two good ones and one bad one A 9 year old yellow, a 2 year old Chocolate (the bad one) and the best dog in the world, my 7 year old Choc. /Pitt cross. He has a big Lab head and a big Pitt butt, lol. They are a handful, I say it's their house and I just clean it and pay for it
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If you want to see the only option we had, we have a 2012 2dr Jeep so the trailers were very limited for us. Not really wanted one of those tiny trailer. This is what we use not the prettiest travel trailer and I don't have any pics of the inside now as we take everything out to use the trailer for snowmobiles in the winter We put the jeep in the back and tow it with our truck. Kind of like tent camping but with real beds and a bathroom. We use propane to cook and heat water with and a generator for electric. It has a marine toilet a sink and a hot outdoor shower.
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I was looking for trailers that the jeep can tow and came across the lance.... Looks really nice and I about fell out of my chair when I saw the price tag.

There are not going to be a ton of options for the jeep crowd. Factor in that by the time your wife loads it up with a bunch of extra junk and you load 40 gallons of water (300+ pounds) you could easily be exceeding the jeeps limits.

Another thing is alot of trailers are groosly underrated weight wise....My 05 weekend warrior was a ton heavier than the sticker said.
I have a small popup, 1500 pounds. Instead of filling the water tank up before I leave, I find a location near the campsite that will let me fill up the water! I saves a lot of weight for driving in the mountains. I paid $1000:



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I have a small popup, 1500 pounds. Instead of filling the water tank up before I leave, I find a location near the campsite that will let me fill up the water! I saves a lot of weight for driving in the mountains. I paid $1000:



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http://www.forestriverinc.com/rpod/
tent trailer is a very good option.....

I look at craigslist to see if I can find a used coleman offroad tent trailer for a song but so far there has been nothing in my area.

The rpods are nice...They pop up used out here in the 10-13K range
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Ah everyone has different constraints. If it was just me, I'd just throw a tent in the back of my 2 door and go. With the fiance and puppy, that's still *kind* of an option. But it gets so much more complicated, she wants to take actual people food when we go camping whereas I subsist on peanut butter and bottled water. She wants to take an actual shower whereas I just get used to my own smell.

Bottom line - getting packed for tent camping just takes forever. I really want something with hard sides that I can just lock my gear in, hook up, fill up, and go. And I also want something I can lock my Jeep doors in securely.
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I would be fine with a pop-up, we always go camping at the same places, and those places have nice, hot showers and bathrooms, so for our needs, just something to stay warm and dry, a place to sleep and eat when its raining. We don't need, or want anything extravagant.
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Down here in South Texas my wife DEMANDS A/C. No tents allowed. I've seen air conditioners on pop-ups. Do they really work OK to keep the trailer cool with all of that canvas and such? Also, how long does it take to set up a typical pop-up? I'm usually ready to start relaxing with an adult beverage after a long drive!
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Down here in South Texas my wife DEMANDS A/C. No tents allowed. I've seen air conditioners on pop-ups. Do they really work OK to keep the trailer cool with all of that canvas and such? Also, how long does it take to set up a typical pop-up? I'm usually ready to start relaxing with an adult beverage after a long drive!
I have read they can be set up in as little as 10 minutes, but thats NOT from personal experience, as I have never done one.
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Down here in South Texas my wife DEMANDS A/C. No tents allowed. I've seen air conditioners on pop-ups. Do they really work OK to keep the trailer cool with all of that canvas and such? Also, how long does it take to set up a typical pop-up? I'm usually ready to start relaxing with an adult beverage after a long drive!
A/C on popups keep it cool with no problems. Setting up a popup doesnt take too long, however, packing and unpacking is what takes so much time. We eventually picked up a travel trailer and it is much quicker to set up and tear down if you are in a hurry because you can leave stuff stored in the trailer rather than taking gear in and out.
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Saw one of these at the Houston R/V Show this past weekend. The smaller lightweight trailers are really starting to get popular...again.

http://www.forestriverinc.com/rpod/

Jayco's 17 and 16 Series Jay Feather hybrid all gross at 3500 and under:

Floorplans - Jay Feather Ultra Lite Travel Trailers - Jayco

I saw the X17Z and it was a very roomy trailer. I liked the looks and the bathroom of the RPOD a little better but both were very nice.




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tent trailer is a very good option.....

I look at craigslist to see if I can find a used coleman offroad tent trailer for a song but so far there has been nothing in my area.

The rpods are nice...They pop up used out here in the 10-13K range
Yeah it's a timing game on CL,but if you are diligent it'll pay off.

I LOVE that thing. For $1000 its unbeatable!
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Ah everyone has different constraints. If it was just me, I'd just throw a tent in the back of my 2 door and go. With the fiance and puppy, that's still *kind* of an option. But it gets so much more complicated, she wants to take actual people food when we go camping whereas I subsist on peanut butter and bottled water. She wants to take an actual shower whereas I just get used to my own smell.

Bottom line - getting packed for tent camping just takes forever. I really want something with hard sides that I can just lock my gear in, hook up, fill up, and go. And I also want something I can lock my Jeep doors in securely.
Yup. That's why I ended up getting the popup, and one too many times of getting eaten alive while the swarm just fell into my breakfast as I cooked it on the stove. Good news is I didn't need to add pepper and got my protein too. Lol. Wish mine had a shower though, but one can usually find a stream.

My popup had two burners inside and two that slide out on the outside. Choices are good.

Nothing says you can't go light and grab the peanut butter, water and a tent, just because you have a popup.
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Down here in South Texas my wife DEMANDS A/C. No tents allowed. I've seen air conditioners on pop-ups. Do they really work OK to keep the trailer cool with all of that canvas and such? Also, how long does it take to set up a typical pop-up? I'm usually ready to start relaxing with an adult beverage after a long drive!
15-20 minutes to set up, once you have it down. If you are amateur and get there after dark- 30-40. LOL. The most time consuming part is locating and situating the trailer on ideal ground (darkness multiples your time here). Once you are pro, you get right next to the water. Expert level is when you are 10' from moving water. It is indescribable to listen to water moving (especially over and across rocks and stones) while you fall asleep and wake up.
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I like hard walls too.....and my own version of "it gets so much more complicated, she wants to take actual people food when we go camping whereas I subsist on peanut butter and bottled water. She wants to take an actual shower whereas I just get used to my own smell."


Aliner - The original A-frame pop up camper

The 1-gallon sun-bag is a wonderful shower after a few days around the old campfire....
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Well just to revive this thread from the dead, I finally got around to buying a trailer. A Cub 170 FL, seems about perfect for towing behind my JKU. Just picked it up yesterday and towed it from Eugene to Spokane.

Thanks to all who shared their advice in this thread!
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Well just to revive this thread from the dead, I finally got around to buying a trailer. A Cub 170 FL, seems about perfect for towing behind my JKU. Just picked it up yesterday and towed it from Eugene to Spokane.

Thanks to all who shared their advice in this thread!
Looks good buddy. And the beds are the cable system not poles.
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Well just to revive this thread from the dead, I finally got around to buying a trailer. A Cub 170 FL, seems about perfect for towing behind my JKU. Just picked it up yesterday and towed it from Eugene to Spokane.

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It looks awesome! How does it tow? What did it do to your fuel economy?

We just picked up a classic 1969 starcraft pop up tent trailer in prime condition for 400.00. It will be great for our needs, and I won't be too concerned about tugging it down some trails after we get the soa done. This will be my first time not in a tent and sleeping pad on the ground camping experience. I have no problems with a tent but the wife has different needs.

The trailer does tow great behind my 13 jkur averaged, 15.5 mpg towing back home 260 miles.
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Looks good buddy. And the beds are the cable system not poles.
Yeah, it's pretty much exactly what I wanted! Dry bath, enough room to sleep 4, and an awning. Sure, it'd be nice to have a bigger one, but why spend time in the trailer? The point is to be outside!
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It looks awesome! How does it tow? What did it do to your fuel economy?

We just picked up a classic 1969 starcraft pop up tent trailer in prime condition for 400.00. It will be great for our needs, and I won't be too concerned about tugging it down some trails after we get the soa done. This will be my first time not in a tent and sleeping pad on the ground camping experience. I have no problems with a tent but the wife has different needs.

The trailer does tow great behind my 13 jkur averaged, 15.5 mpg towing back home 260 miles.
I also have a '13 JKUR, mine is auto/3.73's. Towed fine, the trailer is about 2700 dry so it didn't wag me too bad at all. Gas mileage is always pretty brutal here in the Pac NW on winter gas, I probably only get 18 highway unloaded and I was down to about 10.5 mpg towing the trailer at 65 mph. You can just feel how dense the cold air is.

In the summer, I always saw about 2 or 3 more mpg out of my 2 door, so I'm hoping to see about 12 or 13 with this guy. Slowing down helps SO MUCH with the gas mileage, especially in the winter.

That is really cool having a classic popup, have fun with that thing!

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