What is the smallest tow vehicle that I can use to tow the Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 Overland Trailer?
The standard Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 Overland Trailer is very lightweight, tipping the scales at only 600 pounds empty with a GVWR of 2200 pounds. The Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 Overland Trailer can be towed with a vehicle tow rating of 2500 pounds.
What type of hitch do I need?
A class 3, 4 or 5 receiver will work if using a 2″ ball coupler. If using the standard Lock N Roll 3 axis off road coupler, the Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 Overland Trailers is equipped with the entire coupler and your tow vehicle must be equipped with at least a Class 3 receiver.
What is the construction material of your campers?
The frame and skeleton is constructed of 6063-T6 tubular aluminum that is completely Mig welded. The exterior is covered with ACM, aluminum composite material, which consists of 2 sheets of aluminum continuously bound to a polyethylene core. ACM is known for its flexibility, durability, strength and lightweight. The interior is clad in aluminum tread plate. This means that your Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 or the T4 Overland Trailer will never rust or rot. This also means you will be optimizing your fuel mileage while towing any Highland Expedition Outfitters Overland Trailer camper.
Why do you build your Overland Trailers out of aluminum?
When fabricated correctly, an aluminum trailer is extremely strong and lightweight. Building from aluminum gives you the best of both worlds, strength and light weight.
What kind of suspension is used on the Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 or the T3.5 Overland Trailers?
We use the Rockwell American Equalizer Torsion Axle as standard equipment on both models. This is a 3500 pound axle de-rated to 2200 pounds, and has 3500 pound spindles. This proven design allows the suspension to react to the trail independently and there are far less parts to wear out and give you maximum ground clearance versus the leaf spring suspension.
Can I put larger tires and wheels on my Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 Overland Trailer?
Yes, but we will be required to put wider fenders and a longer tongue jack on the trailer at an additional cost.
What type of trailer plug do I need to hook up to a Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 or T3.5 Overland Trailer?
Flat 4 or Round 7 with trailer brakes.
Can I get trailer brakes on the Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 or T3.5 Overland Trailer?
Yes. Trailer brakes can be installed on the Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 or T3.5 Overland Trailer as an option. This option will have a breakaway switch, round 7 blade electrical connector, and must be ordered prior to the build. Your tow vehicle must be equipped with a compatible round 7 blade electrical connector.
Do you offer a rear hitch receiver on the T Series Trailers?
Due to the light tongue weight, we do not offer rear hitch receivers for safety reasons.
Do you offer a warranty on the Overland Trailers?
Yes, we offer a 1- year limited warranty. This limited warranty covers any defects in material or workmanship under normal use during the warranty period. This limited warranty does not cover any problem caused by conditions, malfunctions, or damage not resulting from defects in material or workmanship. Any alterations to the trailer after delivery or pick up voids the warranty. The warranty is transferrable within the warranty period.
Where are the Highland Expedition Outfitters Overland trailers Built?
All of our trailers are built in the USA! They are manufactured in Cosby, TN.
OK, I’m ready to order my Highland Expedition Outfitters Overland Trailer, what’s next?
On the Trailers Page, open the PDF Build Sheet for the Highland Expedition Outfitters T3 or T3.5 Overland Trailer, fill this out and email it to us at [email protected].
Is shipping the trailer to me an option?
You are welcome to pick up your trailer at our factory in Cosby, Tn and we also have shipping available. Please contact us for quotes.
Do you offer financing?
Yes. We offer financing. Please see the link on the Trailer Page.
Am I responsible for paying the Title, Tax and Registration fees?
Yes. We will provide a Certificate of Origin and Bill of Sale to obtain a Title from your local DMV from your home state.