Welcome from North Carolina!Thank you for letting me in. I recently bought a very clean M101a2 with a M116a2 frame. Hope most of you won't hate me but I do not plan to keep it stock.
Thank you. I have to look for the TM on mine and see how things work.Welcome from North Carolina!
Welcome to the site too. There are TM's for your trailer. How to inspect the brakes and other important things like that. Be sure to use them - and if you need advise - there are a bunch of folks here with trailers of all shapes and sizes!
I have the side rails and should have the bows at some point when I can make it back to MD and get them from the seller. I do not plan to keep them as I have other plans for the trailer then keeping it stockWelcome from S.E. Missouri!
You have the side racks and what else? Are you going to keep them, or lose them?
Yes I definitely plan to post up a build thread at some point. Hopefully I can sell the box to the trailer at some point to use the frame for an epic camping trailer.Welcome from UpState NY... hopefully there will be a load of pics of your build - for what ever you are making! I have two trailers modified into other things - diesel tank for the farm and a generator/compressor combo.
Go Hokies!! (our son is there)
Skyline Drive is one of our favorite places to drive. Hopefully when I get this Frankenstein trailer build we will be camping out on Skyline again.Welcome from Front Royal, home of the scenic start of Skyline Drive! It's an addiction, and we won't crucify you over modding your trailer. They are meant to be used and enjoyed...
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