On this one we finish welding out the lid, attaching the closure latches, and installing the license plate holder. Thanks for watching! Destaco Latches: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0006NC6D0/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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In this episode I finally get the tongue gate installed. A huge step in the right direction to get this thing complete! NEW FOXPRO SOUNDS: https://www.gofoxpro.com/products/sounds/sound-pack-new
Here I weld out the frame for the lid on the M101 trailer build.
Update and install of the rear stabilizer jacks on the M101 trailer build. I also start to get the trailer lid planned out and what I’m going to do up front to the second tail gate. Rear Stabilizers: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002P2YTIA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Ross heads back to Texas to meet up with Ladden, Lance, and Brody to do some more night hunting for coyotes.
This episode we get the lights complete and the trailer ready to be inspected, titled, and registered! I think the light design turned out great, making it just a little more unique from other M101 trailers.
Out with the old pintle hitch and in with the new lock n roll hitch. All the advantages of the pintle hitch without the clang!
A year after buying the trailer I’m finally swapping the old military axle for and axle-less Timbren axle. I ran into a few snags but eventually end up with a trailer that can roll down the road again. What’s that hat you’re wearing? It’s a Notch, find it here: https://www.notchgear.com/
You have to tear down before you can build up and that’s what we do on this episode. Sand blasting was too expensive so I spent a weekend wire wheeling the whole thing.
Charlie and Ross head South on a scouting trip but film in the process. The coyote hunting is good and the coyotes decide to make an appearance throughout the morning. Make sure to watch to the end where we call one in to 10 yards and use the red dot to put it down! MUCH […]