Common trailer questions
Is the trailer wiring connection a standard 7 pin?
Yes, all units come standard with a 7 pin junction box. Depending on your tow vehicle (ie: late model 4 runner), you may require a 7 pin extension available through OGT. Please let us know on your order.
Do you sell additional propane tanks?
We can provide a price on many additional options, simply reach out when you order!
What is the exterior height?
The Expedition 2.0 and Pando 2.0 are 79 inches from asphalt to roof rack top.
What do I require for pickup?
You will be provided a trailer checklist both before you pick up the unit as well as an electronic and hard copy of the owners manual.
1-For standard coupler, you require a 2″ hitch ball and ball mount; for a max coupler, you require a ball mount with a 1″ shank hole to mount the OGT provided yolk.
2-You will require a brake controller to operate the 10 inch electric trailer brakes.
3-Trailer license plate (or travel permit) and registration.
Is a trailer brake controller required?
Yes, you will require a trailer brake controller for your tow vehicle to operate the 10 inch electric brakes.
Is there a maintenance schedule?
Yes. Trailer maintenance is paramount and there is a maintenance schedule included in the owners manual.
Will the upgraded electric MaxxFan clear any roof top tent?
No. Please consult with an OGT salesperson. While many roof top tent sizes will work on our models, an oversized RTT may interfere with the deluxe 7500 upgraded fan.
Will my standard queen size bed sheets fit in the trailer?
Yes. The mattresses are custom made for highest quality but also to fit standard linens for Queen size beds.
Can I custom match my wheels?
We use Timbren 3500HD suspension exclusively, which are limited to a standard hub with a 6×5.5 bolt pattern. We will work with you directly on selecting a custom option and spacers/adapters if required.
What is the tongue weight?
Tongue weights are listed on our trailer specification sheets and are model specific. Note that tongue weights will change depending on gear loading and weight distribution.