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The TRIBE Basecamp Trailer is completely solar ready (panels not included) including a camp kitchen, waterproof storage compartments, built in led lighting assistance, a 17-gallon water tank and a large rear slide out for cooler or generator storage with 12V receptacles built in. It's the perfect hub for your next overland adventure.


The TRIBE Basecamp Trailer features independent suspension with heavy-duty shocks for rough trail riding, a local capacity of 2000 lbs. and several inside cargo areas for every overlanding need.


Trailer size 143" x 74" x 55"
Box size 68"x 61" x 26"
Toolbox size 22" x 22.5" x 26"
Tare weight 1654 LBs.
ATM 3307 LBs.
Suspension Independent suspension with shock absorbers, trailing arms and coil springs
Breaks 10" electric brake plus additional hand brake included
Draw-bar 27.5" x 20" Q345 RHS, 75.5" extended draw bar for easy corner turning and better stopping
Safety chain Dual (not single) drawbar safety chains
Chassis Heavy duty off road galvanized chassis
Rims and tires 15" alloy 5-stud Jeep pattern rims and 31×10.5 R15LT offroad tires, including spare
Finish Hot-dip galvanized frame. Zinc-coated steel plate then baked enamel
Jockey wheel 8" heavy duty solid steel
Stabilizer legs 4 × heavy duty lockable and adjustable drop-down
Jerry can holder 2 × jerry can holder
Gas bottle holder 1 × gas bottle holder
Lights LED tent light, additional LED kitchen light, modern design LED taillights, LED number plate light
Electrical 1 × 100 A/H deep cycle battery, Overload protection, Cigarette sockets, Water sensor, Voltage meter (DC & AC), 1000w inverter,Solar power control
Kitchen system Stainless steel with stainless steel sink, tap and a dual cooktop burner stove (6,000 BTU per burner)
Water tank 17 gallon, stainless steel, with alloy protector, with electrical pump
Large storage drawer

Large Storage Drawer

Command Center

Command Center

Complete Kitchen Setup

Complete Kitchen Setup

Campsite Coverage

Campsite Coverage

Heavy Duty Off-Road Suspension

Heavy Duty Off-Road Suspension

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FAQs

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Yes the TRIBE® trailer only weighs approx. 1654Lbs and can be pulled behind practically any vehicle. Always read the limitations of your vehicle and the attached tow hitch. Note that when towing you want have the trailer level, not pointing up or down in front/back. There are many adjustable tow hitches available so that you can adjust the height of the trailers tongue compared to the vehicle.

The TRIBE Basecamp can go anywhere your vehicle can go. Always know the limitation of your vehicle as well as the trailer. Practice with the trailer in terrain that is controllable. If you drive the trailer against rocks or deep holes you could damage the trailers suspension so go slow and always be cautious.

The TRIBE® Basecamp trailer is equipped with a 17.5 Gallon tank.

Yes we are certified in many states and if you get a tribe from a dealer we will be certified in that state as the “manufacturer of record” with your certified VIN #.

The VIN# is located on a metal plate on the side wall of the front tongue of the trailer. You will also see a safety plaque with some safety requirements.

Yes they are fully assembled with the TUFF STUFF® ALPHA® tent and awning system already installed and completed. You will need to read the instructions on how the tent operates or call us and we will explain.

Yes the TRIBE trailer is 100% ready for a solar panel system. You will receive all the connectors you need to adapt to your solar system to the trailer so that you can recharge the included battery.

The TRIBE® trailer comes with a full kitchen and sink. The kitchen has two stove style burners and the sink is directly connected to a water pump that will get you water from the 17 Gallon water tank. There are more than enough storage drawers in the trailer to keep all your cooking utensils and condiments. The kitchen also has a slide out table to get some extra space. The kitchen bring home to the outdoors.

The ball hitch does not move with the trailer and can potentially tip the trailer if you are at an odd angle. The articulating front hitch moves in all directions allowing you to take the trailer into extreme conditions. The articulating arm also has a plunger that when off-road you open up so that the trailer does not push the vehicle when stopping but rather slowly plunges into a spring and softly stops itself. When on road you lock the plunger and the trailer will stop quickly behind your vehicle.

Yes there is an adjustment where you can adjust the camber of the tires. What this does is allow for better tire wear down if the trailer is not on camber correctly.

Do not exceed 55 on the road and go only as fast as the conditions allow off-road. Many states have restrictions with regards to towing a trailer, make sure you know these restrictions. California (For Example) only allows towing in the first 2 lanes and only at 55 MPH.

Never just leave thinking that everything is okay with the trailer especially if you did not check the trailer the last time you went off-road. Always assume that you need to check everything before you leave.

Think of the trailer like a “Captain” thinks of his ship. Check everything because if you don’t there could be a failure on the road and you could lose your trailer.

These are just a few check points.

  • Check to see that the Lugs are tight on the tires.
  • Check to see that you have the trailer safely connected to the vehicle and all safety chains are on and the brake and backup lights on the trailer are working.
  • Check to see that the tires are in good condition and safe to use.
  • Check to see if the doors are all locked down and safely stowed.
  • Check to see if the brakes work on the trailer.
  • Check to see that there are no loose nuts anywhere on the trailer
  • (mark the nuts with a white marker to make sure they don’t move).
  • Check to make sure the tent is secure and locked down so that it does not open during driving.

The TRIBE Trailer has 4 stabilizing feet that you lock in place to stabilize the trailer. The stabilizing legs are located on each corner of the trailer. When you disconnect the trailer from your vehicle you will need to drop down the Jockey Wheel first and then disconnect the trailer from the vehicle apply the brake and then lower the 4 stabilizing feet.

The dimension of this trailer are 143” x 74” x 55” and should fit into a regular size garage.

The current wheels are 15” alloy and the Lug pattern is 5 on 5 or the same as a JEEP® JK. The Tires are 31x10.5 R15LT off road tires plus a spare located underneath the trailer.

The TRIBE® trailer has two Jerry can holders located in the front of the trailer.

Yes the TRIBE trailer has an electric brake so that when the vehicle stops the brakes are applied. There is also a “hand Brake” located in the front of the tongue to apply the brakes when the trailer is in a Basecamp position and will not be moved.

TRIBE® trailers come with a 100 A/H deep cycle battery included with the trailer.

You will receive one of the best tents on the market, the ALPHA® by TUFF STUFF® Overland. The tent can be viewed on www.tuffstuff4x4.com you also get an overland awning by TUFF STUFF® overland giving you instant shade.

The outer finish is similar to LINE-X® and you can go to any LINE-X® location and they will be able to respray the outside of the trailer.

TRIBE warehouse and distribution keeps all parts on hand or we can get them for you pretty quickly from our suppliers.

The TRIBE basecamp trailer has a awesome awning mount that allows you to move the awning to different heights and adjust the distance from the trailer. When traveling on the road or trail you will want to place the awning in the tightest position against the trailer so that it does not hit anything on the trail. Once you "basecamp" and start setting up the trailer the first thing you want to do before you open the tent is to extend the awning mount as far as possible away from the trailer. The reason is that the ALPHA tent opens in that direction and will hit the mount if not moved and potentially damage the tents hard cover. When you pack up, close the tent and move the awning bracket in the tightest position to the trailer.



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