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Old 12-05-2016, 06:49 PM   #61
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My set up

Here is my set up. I am able to pull this with any of my jeeps.

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Trailer Loaded

Here is a view of the trailer in the tear mode, and some images from the inside.
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Here is my set up. I am able to pull this with any of my jeeps.
Dude where did you get this?!?!?! I need info, PM me if you have to. Thanks!!!!
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Dude where did you get this?!?!?! I need info, PM me if you have to. Thanks!!!!
Sportsmans warehouse carries something like that. 5kish for a trailer and tent. His may be different but it looks similar.
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Sportsmans warehouse carries something like that. 5kish for a trailer and tent. His may be different but it looks similar.
5K?!?!?! um no thanks, ill by a $1500 trailer with a $150 tent and be good. I just really like that setup, but not for 5K
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Dude where did you get this?!?!?! I need info, PM me if you have to. Thanks!!!!
Think this is the one, or very similar.

Looks cool, but also like A LOT of work.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVY4OxEgC6U
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Think this is the one, or very similar.

Looks cool, but also like A LOT of work.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVY4OxEgC6U
Im pretty sure that's the exact one. For the cost that's not bad because you still have a utility trailer when not camping
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Im pretty sure that's the exact one. For the cost that's not bad because you still have a utility trailer when not camping
Yeah, it depends on what you want. If you're looking for utility trailer and you're going to use it regularly possibly. However, if you're looking for a camper, $7000 would buy you a hell of a lot more camper with more amenities than that thing comes with. I'd rather sleep and camp in a $7000 camper than in a $7000 utility trailer!
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Here is our A-Frame camper which weighs about 1,000 pounds dry and just shy of 1,400 fully loaded for camping. Tows very well. We pulled it from Southern Michigan to Yellowstone/Grand Tetons last fall with no issues (about 3,500 miles round trip with the camper hooked to the Jeep).

Jeep has 3.73 gears, 1.5" Teraflex puck leveling kit, 33x12.50x17 tires (tire/wheel combo is about 100 pounds each). I will say braking is compromised slightly with the heavy wheels/tires so I had a brake controller installed and the camper has electric brakes. Also, towing uphill on the longer steeper grades we did loose 15-20 mph by the top of the hill but no issues with that here in Michigan. Fuel economy wasn't too bad at 13-14 mpg but I was running 80-85 on the highways.

Hope this helps in your decision.
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Whats the make and model of that camper? never really seen anything like it. Looks good and pretty roomie for a few people. Cost?
The info 10-96 posted earlier has good info on all the different fiberglass campers out there. Mine is a U-haul CT-13. U-haul manufactured and rented them for a couple years in the mid 80's before closing the division and selling them off. They and others like it can be found from around $1500 and up depending on their condition. I picked mine up cheap but I'm also doing a complete rehab on it. They do hold their value well so any money you put in is a solid investment. I have a build thread just for it if you wanna check it out. Hope to get it finished this winter. Mine is unique and sure to be one of a kind when we are done. We call it the "exo egg"......you can check out the link to see why it got that name https://www.wranglerforum.com/f118/my...d-1644073.html
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Think this is the one, or very similar.

Looks cool, but also like A LOT of work.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVY4OxEgC6U
Yes that is the same one. There are serval dealers in the US. I got my here.
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I am looking at different sleeping pads, and cooking set ups... Might add a the shower/bathroom tent to my set up next year. I saw a waterless toilet set up online last week.
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Here is our A-Frame camper which weighs about 1,000 pounds dry and just shy of 1,400 fully loaded for camping. Tows very well. We pulled it from Southern Michigan to Yellowstone/Grand Tetons last fall with no issues (about 3,500 miles round trip with the camper hooked to the Jeep).

Jeep has 3.73 gears, 1.5" Teraflex puck leveling kit, 33x12.50x17 tires (tire/wheel combo is about 100 pounds each). I will say braking is compromised slightly with the heavy wheels/tires so I had a brake controller installed and the camper has electric brakes. Also, towing uphill on the longer steeper grades we did loose 15-20 mph by the top of the hill but no issues with that here in Michigan. Fuel economy wasn't too bad at 13-14 mpg but I was running 80-85 on the highways.

Hope this helps in your decision.
what did you pay, if you don't mind me asking?
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what did you pay, if you don't mind me asking?
$7,500 in 2014. It is a 2013 year model (Aliner Scout) which has two dinettes that fold into beds so it could sleep 4, a sink with city water hook-up (no on-board storage tank), a dorm-sized refrigerator that runs on 110 only, 110 air conditioner, 3 110 interior outlets, and 3 110/12volt lights (1 exterior & 2 interior). No heater but we simply use a portable 110 heater that does just fine.

We opted for a stripped down model which suits our camping style perfect to keep the weight down but you can find heavier models with propane and three-way appliances. We leave the back dinette made into a bed all the time as it is just the wife & I.

We love this camper. It literally sets up in 45 seconds once you level it. Putting it back down is just as quick too.
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$7,500 in 2014. It is a 2013 year model (Aliner Scout) which has two dinettes that fold into beds so it could sleep 4, a sink with city water hook-up (no on-board storage tank), a dorm-sized refrigerator that runs on 110 only, 110 air conditioner, 3 110 interior outlets, and 3 110/12volt lights (1 exterior & 2 interior). No heater but we simply use a portable 110 heater that does just fine.

We opted for a stripped down model which suits our camping style perfect to keep the weight down but you can find heavier models with propane and three-way appliances. We leave the back dinette made into a bed all the time as it is just the wife & I.

We love this camper. It literally sets up in 45 seconds once you level it. Putting it back down is just as quick too.

I just sold my tent trailer as I was tired of the time and energy wasted to lifting and lowering the trailer. It was up to load, down to drive, up to camp, down to come home, up to unload and clean, and down to store. This thing looks like the up and down is simpler can you comment? What is the accessibility once its down? Thank you.
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I just sold my tent trailer as I was tired of the time and energy wasted to lifting and lowering the trailer. It was up to load, down to drive, up to camp, down to come home, up to unload and clean, and down to store. This thing looks like the up and down is simpler can you comment? What is the accessibility once its down? Thank you.
The accessibility when it is down is not good on mine as I can't open the door with the roof completely down. If we unlatch the roof panels and let them go up slightly you can open the side door to crawl in.

The set-up & take down is vastly different then pop-up tent campers with the slide out bunks. You simply unlatch 1 latch on both sides of the roof panels and the two roof panels glide up to create the A-Frame portion, then open the door and raise the door side panel and secure with two interior quarter turn latches (similar to shop compressor air line valves), then raise the back panel and secure with two interior quarter turn latches. Literally takes about 45 seconds to completely set-up or take down once you have the camper leveled.

We have had two standard pop-up tent camper brands, travel trailers, and various tents and this is by far the easiest/quickest/best towing set-up. Another great benefit if you are traveling and just stopping for the evening is you can leave the camper hooked to your Jeep and just set it up since nothing protrudes out of the front side. Here is a photo where we stayed at a Wal-Mart on the way to Yellowstone last fall (most will let you camp overnight for free). You can youtube 'Aliner camper set up' for a video that shows how easy it is.
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How do you like that trailer? I really want the Aerolite equivalent. How does your jeep do towing it? Do you have a weight distributing hitch?
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How do you like that trailer? I really want the Aerolite equivalent. How does your jeep do towing it? Do you have a weight distributing hitch?
Well, I DID have a wd hitch, but I found that the coil rite air bags were capable of maintaining a reasonable ride height. I ditched the wd hitch and it's mass of extra weight.

My Jeep has 4:10's and the auto. Hauls pretty well provided that you're not ascending hills too much. I've learned to disable cruise on the big uphills and travel a bit slower. I find that I needed to get used to/appreciate my motor approaching 4000 rpm if I wanted to hold a good speed up the hills. Most of the time I'm running between 2400 and 3400 rpm every where else.

My camper is WIDE so I have also gotten used to that aspect. I have some extended mirrors that help a little, but it is not perfect. Highway is no big deal, and parking to camp means I have Honey out there watching.

Camper has a class III hitch installed that serves to haul bikes or the generator. Provides some negative tongue weight as well.

Gas mileage is around 12 at best towing.

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Well, I DID have a wd hitch, but I found that the coil rite air bags were capable of maintaining a reasonable ride height. I ditched the wd hitch and it's mass of extra weight.

My Jeep has 4:10's and the auto. Hauls pretty well provided that you're not ascending hills too much. I've learned to disable cruise on the big uphills and travel a bit slower. I find that I needed to get used to/appreciate my motor approaching 4000 rpm if I wanted to hold a good speed up the hills. Most of the time I'm running between 2400 and 3400 rpm every where else.

My camper is WIDE so I have also gotten used to that aspect. I have some extended mirrors that help a little, but it is not perfect. Highway is no big deal, and parking to camp means I have Honey out there watching.

Camper has a class III hitch installed that serves to haul bikes or the generator. Provides some negative tongue weight as well.

Gas mileage is around 12 at best towing.

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Thanks for the info. I unfortunately have 3.73's. Will prolly re-gear at some point though. I don't plan on towing super long distances or over any mountain ranges at this point, so I think I'll be fine in that respect.

Do the air bags affect off road ability to articulate? I like the idea of air bags over the hitch due to less weight as well.

The thing I like about your trailer is that none of the space inside is consumed with beds (since they fold down). Seems like it's so much more efficient than other hard sided trailers.
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Thanks for the info. I unfortunately have 3.73's. Will prolly re-gear at some point though. I don't plan on towing super long distances or over any mountain ranges at this point, so I think I'll be fine in that respect.

Do the air bags affect off road ability to articulate? I like the idea of air bags over the hitch due to less weight as well.

The thing I like about your trailer is that none of the space inside is consumed with beds (since they fold down). Seems like it's so much more efficient than other hard sided trailers.
During off-roading, I reduce air pressure to 5 psi. This allows my rear axle to flex. The system uses 'press to connect' fittings that I am not in love with, but that's the way Firestone produces the bags.

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The accessibility when it is down is not good on mine as I can't open the door with the roof completely down. If we unlatch the roof panels and let them go up slightly you can open the side door to crawl in.

The set-up & take down is vastly different then pop-up tent campers with the slide out bunks. You simply unlatch 1 latch on both sides of the roof panels and the two roof panels glide up to create the A-Frame portion, then open the door and raise the door side panel and secure with two interior quarter turn latches (similar to shop compressor air line valves), then raise the back panel and secure with two interior quarter turn latches. Literally takes about 45 seconds to completely set-up or take down once you have the camper leveled.

We have had two standard pop-up tent camper brands, travel trailers, and various tents and this is by far the easiest/quickest/best towing set-up. Another great benefit if you are traveling and just stopping for the evening is you can leave the camper hooked to your Jeep and just set it up since nothing protrudes out of the front side. Here is a photo where we stayed at a Wal-Mart on the way to Yellowstone last fall (most will let you camp overnight for free). You can youtube 'Aliner camper set up' for a video that shows how easy it is.

Thanks for all the info. The A-frame is one of the styles we are looking at going to next.
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Here's mine
But it's a 2009 Jayco 1207 popup. I tow it with a 2012 JKU 6 speed.
(There is a tow picture in here with my 08 I no longer have just so you're not confused. LOL)
Handles it with zero issues.

The box when closed is 12x8. Opens to 23 feet long.
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Another Aliner fan - it's the Expedition. Jeep has 4:10 and AEV 3.5" with Toyo AT 35s. Dragged it to Moab and all over camp spots in the Colorado Rockies.
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Another Aliner fan - it's the Expedition. Jeep has 4:10 and AEV 3.5" with Toyo AT 35s. Dragged it to Moab and all over camp spots in the Colorado Rockies.
Whats the difference between the Expedition and the Base? I'm thinking about going to an Aliner next.
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I wanna play. Here's my Teardrop. Jeep is a 2009, 315/70r17 tires, 5.13 gears. It's a bit sluggish until I'm "at speed". I definitely notice it back there even though it's about 800lbs.
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On the Aliner - the Expedition is the largest model. Standard weight from the factory is 1950 lbs.

We chose it because we could get two "dormers" and all the counters are at the same height. In the smaller models the counter tops were more like a classic pop up.
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