Here's a link to a place in Texas that has a great selection of different military trailers.
They have all sorts of military vehicles all the way up to 5 tons as well.
I have been in 200+ demolition derbies in my life. The old bumper jacks could be easily modified as body tools. Weld a couple of hooks and use them to hook to the body panels you need to move and the other end to your truck or trailer.
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If you can't do it yourself, I'd limit my travel to reflect such. Don't go places where your suspension is going to fail, or the trucks has a risk of under body damage.
I have to disagree a bit. Pushing the limits is how one grows both as a driver...
No, my wife's Father only has 6 weeks or so to live. We are heading that way in the next couple of days and will be there as long as needed. We are both retired so we don't have to hurry back for work.
Our 2001 K2500 Suburban does everything we need it to. The only non stock parts are the wheels and the shackle mounts I built on the front. The bolt you see is not structural it just holds the brush guard up.
Sounds like you are on the right track.
Stop by almost any auto parts store and buy a Haynes and an OBD2 scan tool. The most mechanically reclined person can do a heck of a lot more than they think they can.
The investment of $100~$175 will pay for itself the first time that you you don't have...
I've found the Suburban/Yukon XL to be the perfect vehicle for me. It's nice not having to set up a ⛺ in the rain and snow. I never have been much into rock crawling so the stock IFS served my purposes quite well. My Suburban right now is a 2001 k2500 8.1 4L80E with full floating 14 bolt with a...
With a one click no start and works well at others I would look first at both ends of both battery cables. I think you have a corrosion issue on one of them. I would recommend replacing both of them, cheap insurance you can do in your own driveway. I build my own using heavy welding cable and...