Originally Posted by SeaDog
Most of the problems you envision can be eliminated by adjusting your tow speed. I take my normal TT off maintained roads and have had no problems nor have any of my camping friends we go slow.
Exactly! Lowering speed in many cases will help with the vibrations, but depending on terrain, has the potential to create additional rocking too. It's important to understand basic off-roading technique with a trailer. Sounds like this might be a similar principal to driving a vehicle off road as well.
In general, I'm curious if anyone has found any off-road modifications to their trailer helpful. I listed a few in my op, but if anyone has any other suggestions, I'd love to hear that as well.