BIBO offers a fully equipped model that comes filled to the brim with survival gear to sustain two people. But you can also customize your own with a do-it-yourself model.
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For the base of your BIBO trailer, start with a custom shell that comes with these standard features:
- 5-foot-by-10-foot-by-48-inch extended tongue
- 80-inch overall height
- Four side doors and a rear ramp (including lock bars and keyed locks)
- 5,200-pound-tested drop axle with electric brakes
- Durable, slip-resistant, waterproof flooring
- 15-inch radial tires and a replacement tire
- Walk-on roof with 500-pound capacity
- Rear ramp with 500-pound capacity and leveling legs
- 3-inch tube frame/wall framing for durability
- All plywood interior
- LED Lighting
- Stabilizer jacks (on all four corners)
You can then pick as many of the 21 equipment packages options to add to your trailer, such as:
- Sanitation: On-demand hot water system with sprayers, enclosed shower with removable floor, NBC decontamination fluids, teak shower foot grate, RV toilet with 5-gallon reservoir, fold-up shelf with stainless steel sink or 5-gallon waste water metal Jerry can and mount
- Nuclear/Biologic/ Chemical (NBC): Grab-N- Go Velcro bag system, full face mask with NBC filter, chemical- resistant suit, K-2 potassium iodine tablets, N-95 masks or PVC boots and gloves
- Storage: Bucket storage rack, 5-gallon food-grade plastic buckets, Gammo screw-on lids and plastic storage boxes
- Other Add-Ons: Addition- al upgrades include navigation gear, food and cooking appliances, additional seating, more lighting, water systems, sleep- ing areas, medical supplies, fuel, tools, communications gear, security systems, heating, alternative energy options and rugged terrain suspension.
Visit the BIBO website for a full list of components for these trailer packages.
This article was originally published in the SURVIVOR’S EDGE™ Fall 2015 edition. Subscription is available in print and digital editions here.
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