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2011 CC LWB Frontier with Vagabond Drifter

That should say jackery.
I like it. It's super light, portable and easy to use. It will power my fridge for like 3-4 days without charging. I was about to build my own AGM battery bank and decided to go the Jackery and I am pretty happy I did. Although building your own certainly has some advantages. I'm currently figuring out how to hook everything up to it as a "house" battery for the Drifter, which it isn't as well suited for. I rarely use my 80ah AGM camper battery for much other than some lights.
 

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I saw a similar thing in NC years ago, his interior was empty. How much it weigh? If u were to add a window AC unit, could you?
 
I saw a similar thing in NC years ago, his interior was empty. How much it weigh? If u were to add a window AC unit, could you?
I just sold it but the original paperwork showed an option for an AC unit...not sure how it would work though. It was around 550 lbs dry.
 
Now that the camper is off and I am playing the waiting game for the new one, I got the tailgate EZ down lift strut, bulb seal, roll up tonneau cover(craigslist deal!), and the Mountain Hatch tailgate cover installed! Pretty happy with all the mods, all are functional and make the use of the truck bed/tailgate better.Screen Shot 2021-03-23 at 6.43.59 PM.png
 
WOW, what a great find. Truck looks fantastic. So where you off to first? :)
well, I drove 1600 miles in two days to go get it so probably somewhere kinda close this first weekend! But lots of plans to use it the rest of this summer/fall and ski season!
The build is now accelerated!
 
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