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I was going to put together a list of trailer manufacturers, but when I searched, I found a great resource on The Adventure Portal

http://www.theadventureportal.com/off-road-trailer-buyers-guide-2015-2016/

They have a spreadsheet with several manufacturers listed, with web links, phone numbers, prices, etc. [LINK], but I'm sure this will change frequently. So if you are in the market, look around and see what's available. Please post links to any other sources or manufacturers that aren't listed. No need to list distributors, as that is region specific.

Three that I know of not on the list are
Sylvan Sport Go http://www.sylvansport.com
Taxa's Cricket and Tiger Moth Trailers http://www.taxa.us
Backcountry Box's Roady and Rocky trailers http://www.backcountrybox.com
 

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Tennessee Trailers, Inc. now makes an Overland trailer. I got the following information from Eric Burger, the VP:

"The overland trailer is 78" wide overall. The box is on the trailer itself is 48" W x 70" L x 24" H approximately. The side rail tubing is exposed inside so it takes up some of that space. The trailer has a 5,200 lb GVWR and over 4,000 lbs of payload. It'll go wherever the tow vehicle can go."

The trailer starts at $4995, and they are in the process of redoing their web site to include these and their kayak trailers. http://www.tntrailers.us

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Little Frog Kayak Trailer (Base Price: $1,535):

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I'm having them look at something in between; a light enclosed trailer with kayak capabilities.
 
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Tennessee Trailers, Inc. now makes an Overland trailer. I got the following information from Eric Burger, the VP:

"The overland trailer is 78" wide overall. The box is on the trailer itself is 48" W x 70" L x 24" H approximately. The side rail tubing is exposed inside so it takes up some of that space. The trailer has a 5,200 lb GVWR and over 4,000 lbs of payload. It'll go wherever the tow vehicle can go."

The trailer starts at $4995, and they are in the process of redoing their web site to include these and their kayak trailers. http://www.tntrailers.us

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Little Frog Kayak Trailer (Base Price: $1,535):

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I'm having them look at something in between; a light enclosed trailer with kayak capabilities.
These look good but no doubt shipping to the UK would be expensive. I'll have to keep looking here for a cheaper option.
 
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Anchor Mountain Overland makes custom overland trailers.

Our standard Overland Utility Trailer (OUT) starts at $4250 and comes with a black powdercoated frame and tub powdercoated in a number of colors. A custom made 65" wide 3500lbs torsion axle, LED lights, aluminum tailgate and 17" wheels with 285/70/17 tires are all standard. The tub is 60" x 48.5" inside with an additional room for gear on the tongue. Each trailer is built to order in Fruita, Colorado.OUT1.jpg
 
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Anchor Mountain Overland makes custom overland trailers.

Our standard Overland Utility Trailer (OUT) starts at $3900 and comes with a black powdercoated frame and tub powdercoated in a number of colors. 3500lbs torsion axles, LED lights, tailgate and 17" aluminum wheels with 255/75/17 tires are all standard. The tub is 60" x 48.5" inside with an additional room for gear on the tongue. Each trailer is built to order in Fruita, Colorado.View attachment 17616
looks good. a nice simple design
 

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I was going to put together a list of trailer manufacturers, but when I searched, I found a great resource on The Adventure Portal

http://www.theadventureportal.com/off-road-trailer-buyers-guide-2015-2016/

They have a spreadsheet with several manufacturers listed, with web links, phone numbers, prices, etc. [LINK], but I'm sure this will change frequently. So if you are in the market, look around and see what's available. Please post links to any other sources or manufacturers that aren't listed. No need to list distributors, as that is region specific.

Three that I know of not on the list are
Sylvan Sport Go http://www.sylvansport.com
Taxa's Cricket and Tiger Moth Trailers http://www.taxa.us
Backcountry Box's Roady and Rocky trailers http://www.backcountrybox.com
Great Info! Thanks
 
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I'm thinking a trailer is the way to go if you want to do some 4x4ing while out on the trail. Having to unpack a rig and unmount stuff from the top/back seems like it would be much more trouble.
Is there a good consensus about which is best if you like to do more serious 4x4ing while on a trip?
 
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I'm thinking a trailer is the way to go if you want to do some 4x4ing while out on the trail. Having to unpack a rig and unmount stuff from the top/back seems like it would be much more trouble.
Is there a good consensus about which is best if you like to do more serious 4x4ing while on a trip?
I would say that it really depends on budget, vehicle, how much comfort you want, and how long you're going to stay out there...
 
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I would say that it really depends on budget, vehicle, how much comfort you want, and how long you're going to stay out there...
I guess my main thing is that I want to be able to do as many different things as possible so I know I have to compromise in the level of each thing.
 

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I guess my main thing is that I want to be able to do as many different things as possible so I know I have to compromise in the level of each thing.
Going with more utility, and less purpose built (slide outs, etc) will probably be the best way if you want flexibility. The next is size. If you're going to use it offroad, I would recommend that you don't go any wider of a wheel base than whatever your pulling it with.
 
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