thank you! We generally only use the trails to connect us from Starbucks to the Whole Foods parking lot.
Kidding of course, but I read all the time how no one takes their trucks offroad and all Jeeps are mall crawlers.
Has anyone found good little bags to use in the Alu-Cab zippered pockets on the rear door or bulkhead of the camper?
I envision having a bag for 1st aid, or small toorolls or maybe something for personal hygiene or kitchen storage, that we could quickly grab and go.
of course, pics and amazon...
The pentastar paired with the 8speed is surprisingly better than it should be. To answer you though, ya, the 3.6 is not going to blow you away with its torque or power, but it is enough for the trails and keep pace on the highway.
i am really hoping the HEMI teaser is not just a tease. I think...
Located in Colorado
Jeep Gladiator Rubicon
13,700 miles (still has that new truck smell) Miles will increase as we use it.
Never smoked in
2” Mopar lift plus the standard Rubicon suspension with zero miles
37” KO2 with 13,700 miles on method 701 wheels
Also comes with factory Rubicon MT...
Update: here is the listing
I have some bittersweet news!
Hodor and Bran are on the market.
Reason being, I need to sell the truck so that I can place my Diesel Gladiator...
This is great! Very good and detailed write up of your experiences.
I absolutely love the canopy camper and glad we went this route.
I can’t wait to see your install and hopefully we will see you out on the trails!
More pics to enjoy. I am awful at nighttime pics. But I thought the one with the moon and the string lights turned out ok.
We survived our 1st true thunderstorm, the canopy camper did a fantastic job of keeping us dry and out of the elements! So much better than the old tent days.
I didn’t want to duplicate my pictures, but I added some to my build thread for those that are interested. Not much, but more to come...