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front reciever = removable coupler

Discussion in 'Jeep Trailer Tech' started by Walldog, Jul 14, 2006.

  1. Jul 14, 2006
    Walldog

    Walldog New Member

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    Following Mike's idea
    http://www.boyink.com/jeep_comments/39_0_2_0_M2/

    I replaced the stock lunette setup on my M101Cdn w/ a new fab'd front receiver. I was going to have to remove 1/4" off the stock drawbars, but didn't want to ruin any possible future restoration project, so I made new drawbars too.

    This is only a CAD rendering of it, but I will post up some pix after I get it all bolted up tonight.



    Thanks,
    wally
     
  2. Jul 14, 2006
    Walldog

    Walldog New Member

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    Here it is bolted up. Will be adding a regular jack instead of the pivot landing leg
     
  3. Sep 14, 2006
    Robert Bills

    Robert Bills Member

    Orange County CA
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    Here's mine, which uses the standard Bantam T3-C casting. It is basically a "shoe" which fits over the square tube at the front of the casting and bolts to the "A" frame. It can be removed and the trailer restored to "100% original" with the original Fulton hitch.

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    Yes, it is inspired by Mike's idea.

    Robert Bills
    Orange County CA
    '46 Bantam T3-C #9466
     

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