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Sam’s Jeep Trailer

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Flatfender Willys owner Sam Thomas scaled back his projects for a while, but  plans on creating a little busier shop.  After doing some research, he believes he is the only flatfender-specific rebuilder and restorer left along the eastern slope of colorado now that Mile-Hi Jeep has closed.  So, he is looking to hire a couple mechanics who are experts with older jeeps. If you are interested, call Sam at 720-841-0614.

If you have been reading eWillys for a while, you might have remembered Sam was working on a simple conversion process for adding a rack and pinion steering system to an older jeep.  I will detail that tomorrow.

In the meantime, I wanted to share Sam’s recent project, a trailer designed specifically for carrying a jeep.  Here are the specifics.


1. Two 5500 lb. Axels with brakes
2. Constructed of 190 seamless square tubing throughout.
3. All wiring runs inside tubing
4. All electrical is armored core electrical cable.
5. Tall lights enclosed in 3/8 channel
6. 20,000 lb. hydraulic Ram
7. Deck is redwood stained and sealed.
8. Square jeep fenders
9. Spring assist rear ramps
10. Bed is 14 X 8 Feet.
11. Front Aluminum utility box
12. Bulldog front hitch
13. Brake Away Brake system
14. All LED lights.
15. LoJack equipped
16. Powder coated
17. Wheel Bolt Pattern 5 on 5 1/2…Jeep
18. Side Pockets all the way around.”

If you want Sam to build you one, call him to learn more.  What isn’t shown in the pictures is the canvas top and the kayak side racks (added specific for the owner of this trailer).


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