In an earlier post we discussed Military CARC paints, but we didn’t explain why Expedition Supply does not sell or offer CARC paint on our vehicles or trailers. We do sell CARC color replacement paint that is a perfect replica of the military colors dating back to WWII. We sell them in both a touch-up […]
In this post we discuss the options, pricing, problems and possibilities for adding a receiver hitch to the back of your Military Light Tactical M1101 M1102 Trailers. #expeditionbuilt #expeditionsupply
On the top, or inside, of the wheel well for each military vehicle and trailer is stamped “TP” and a number. Here is what it means and what you need to know about tire pressure in military tactical trailers and vehicles.
Every light tactical trailer LTT should have two metal plates affixed to the unit, a shipping data plate and identifications sticker, that gives you critical details about your trailer. Both are located on the front of the trailers, attached by rivets. Here is what you need to know to understand the M1101 data plates and […]
There is a long history when it comes to military paint chemicals and colors. The Federal and Military standard is CARC, which stands for Chemical Agent Resistant Coating, better known as the camouflage paint used on United States Army and Marine Corps tactical vehicles, equipment, trailers, aircraft, or helicopters. Here’s what you need to know and […]
Before you transport your military trailer, such as the M1101 or M1102, you’ll have to decide how you’ll load your light tactical trailer. It’s not as easy as backing it up into the driveway, depending on the method and company you decide to use. Here are some useful options and tips we’ve learned.
So you’ve seen all the military trailers appearing on the streets and in public. You might think there is only one Military Tactical Trailer pulled behind the HMMWV, but there are two trailer that look the same, but have one unique difference between them.
If you’re on the military auction site, GovPlanet or IronPlanet, you’ll notice a convenient “shipping estimator” on the right side of each auction. Confirm your delivery location and you’ll get an estimate in seconds. It sounds simply, but here’s what we’ve learned.