M1102 and M1101 Trailers

StaleAle

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There was a guy in the club who had one of these with the canvas and bows at Rausch several years ago. It looked big behind his 80 series. As I recall he had a bunk bed arrangement for himself and his son on one side. I'm thinking it was the S&R guy with the red 80 series (Shaun?). Can't remember his MUD name.
 

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Steve Scott pulls a steel trailer of similar size behind his 80.
Just don't be tempted to load it full of concrete and expect it to tow well!
It would be best as a camping trailer outfitted on the lighter side...
Or pulled with my tow vehicle-an 8.1liter Yukon XL 2500
 
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There was a guy in the club who had one of these with the canvas and bows at Rausch several years ago. It looked big behind his 80 series. As I recall he had a bunk bed arrangement for himself and his son on one side. I'm thinking it was the S&R guy with the red 80 series (Shaun?). Can't remember his MUD name.
I think his name was Alan and he is not on Mud anymore. It was a BIG trailer.
 

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Upon further research I'm thinking maybe the M101A1, 2 or 3 is a better choice - I think that is what Steve Scott has.
 
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