Recent content by rickmac

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    Travel bed for kid

    For my 6 year old those would be very small. We use hiking inflatable pads for my kids when traveling. Tiny and light to pack and can also use them camping and they will not outgrow them. Sent from my Pixel 4 using Tapatalk
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    How do you transport your fishing rods?

    Check out Emmrod. Setup is perfect for me to use while out with ATVs and easy to fit in the canoe. Look odd as they are designed for horseback or something but it means I can take them anywhere. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    Outback as backroad camp vehicle? forum has as much info as you could ever want. My old school thinking is that the 6 is smoother, quieter and better for off road and light towing. This is based on prior experience with turbo 4s and many now argue that the new turbo 4s are the future and will be better at...
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    Outback as backroad camp vehicle?

    2020 is a complete change. Similar look on the outside but guts turn over to their global platform and the 3.6 is gone with a 4 turbo coming in as a replacement. Both have pros cons depending on your wish list but I ran out to buy a 3.6 knowing the change was coming. Rock solid engine. Sent...
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    Best ground tent under $500 for 2 kids and 2 adults

    6 person big Agnes with the built in glo LED strips is a big hit with my kids. Not sure why those lights are so much better than a lantern but the whining disappeared. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    Why don't i see any Thule or Yakima boxes on Overland rigs?

    Garage storage on Crawford overhead bars...$40 on amazon Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    Kifaru Woobie vs Rumpl Down

    Rumple is very warm and great quality but I find most of the time that the Kelty Bestie is our go to. Got them originally for the boys...not as warm and not down but grabbed them on Amazon for under 20 bucks and have become a favorite. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    My rusty 100

    Love to hear any recommendations for somebody dealing with rust worth hiring in New England! Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    Electric Chain Saw???

    The ego electric chainsaw is so great I haven't pulled my Stihl out in probably two years. Still leaks bar oil but super low maintenance and I appreciate being able to keep it in the truck with no fumes. As others have said if you do go gas buy canned fuel and save yourself the headache of...