This is the trailer I am planning to buy at this time. Saw one out on our last type and while on the heavy side for my Jeep I don't see any issue pulling it.Getting a Rubicon and wondering what kinda trailer I should a buy to go with it. Planning on spending several months in Co. Can you show me what you kind of trailer you have? Thinking about the Castita? What is realistic about towing with my jeep?
You really haven't given us much information. A Rubicon? JK, JKU, TJ Rubicon... Each have different towing and braking characteristics and NONE of them are the best vehicle for towing.Getting a Rubicon and wondering what kinda trailer I should a buy to go with it. Planning on spending several months in Co. Can you show me what you kind of trailer you have? Thinking about the Castita? What is realistic about towing with my jeep?
Because the search feature here sucks. Try Googling "towing with a JK or JKU. Or something like that... It will give you tons of threads here on towing as well as what others are towing. :thumb:We are looking hard at a JKU Rubicon. The 16' and 17' Casita trailers weigh in at 2500 pounds. Using weight distribution and trailer braking, the math says we will be fine. But, we would love to hear real life feed back. And thanks for the answers Sinister6.
he could get more than that if in great condition.I just talked with a guy this morning who just got back from Michigan, we are in Texas and pulls his 17' Casita with his 2013 Wrangler JK, His Casita is 10 years old and has put around 75,000 miles on it since new, Oh, he and his wife are in there 80's. He did also say that he paid around $10,000 for it new, 10 years ago, he thinks he can sell it for $8,000 today, he says it's in perfect shape and has always been stored under cover.