The question I have been trying to answer is....What rear buckets seats will work in a JKU with a Snomaster CL56D fridge and an Outback Adventure Trailgater.
It's tight. Leaning towards Mastercraft Baja RS. They have 9 points of recline. I wish I could determine if the Mastercraft Nomads would work.
My motivation is weight and clearance. Maybe I am wrong but the LT version seems like it sits lower.
Additionally the LT version is about the same weight as the Rhino Rack Batwing.
I wanted a smaller footprint and I am installing it on quick disconnects from Smart Touring Systems.
My lithium PLB40 will generally last 24 hours for a 66L Snomaster fridge running in fridge mode on both sides.
After killing my OEM battery i decided to only use the Lithium alternative.
One day I might use a Battle Born but until then I will use the PLB40 with a solar panel or the Jeep's...
I have been searching here and on the Chinese Googles for fridge slide reviews.
I have not found a decent comparison review thus far.
I am leaning toward DFG Offroad but would like to exhaust other options before I pull the trigger.
I am trying to keep the weight down to use quick release brackets.
Additionally, I cant get into my garage with an awning permanently attached.
I took some measurements and on the Jeep Wrangler JKU it will put the awning about midway on the drivers door...
OVS 270 LT 53lbs. $699
Has anyone reviewed this lighter version yet?
It looks like it squares up with the back of the vehicle better.
I used the LP66 as a dual fridge. I am more concerned about the space and remorse from not replacing my LP66 with another dual zone. The LP66 was a great fridge and if I had Toyota 4-Runner i would have kept it. However the TR42S is more geared for the cargo space of a Jeep.
if I ruled out...