utahiker
Before taking it out for its first adventure. Added a 3" lift, 15" A/T tires, replaced mattress with cot, rug and additional storage. Will be replacing stock fenders with jeep fenders once some warranty work has been done. Lifted.JPG  Cot.JPG 
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Tom
Nice work.  The 15's look great.
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Jhickman578
Looks great! I did the same thing with mine, but I made a custom 5” lift, and after doing so, and adding 33” nitto all terrains on black 17” Jeep wheels, the wheel wells didn’t fit. So I made some steel framed ones covered in diamond plate, wired a clearance light so that I could see how wide I am at night, and put mud flaps on the back. The full size matching spare no longer fit where it was on the a frame, so a custom mount was made. This made the back corner of the trailer 22 inches off the ground sitting level.. a bit of a jump to get inside, so I added steps as well. 
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sunvalleyjoe
I cannot beleive the gash in the siding. Teardrop looks good. I checked out the Website for trailer rebuilds also looks good >GBA!!SVJ
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Jhickman578
Thank you! Are you talking about Bestway is salt lake? Referring to the stickers on the side 
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sunvalleyjoe
yes wish we had somthing like that in Reno. GBA!!SVJ
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utahiker
Jhickman578 wrote:
Looks great! I did the same thing with mine, but I made a custom 5” lift, and after doing so, and adding 33” nitto all terrains on black 17” Jeep wheels, the wheel wells didn’t fit. So I made some steel framed ones covered in diamond plate, wired a clearance light so that I could see how wide I am at night, and put mud flaps on the back. The full size matching spare no longer fit where it was on the a frame, so a custom mount was made. This made the back corner of the trailer 22 inches off the ground sitting level.. a bit of a jump to get inside, so I added steps as well. 


Nice. I love the fenders. I carry the trailer spare under my Xterra. It's lifted with larger tires. Too big to fit underneath so moved to the rear bumper. Worked out great.
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