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vevans

Retired 4-Wheeler
2003 Jeep TJ set up for "overlanding" with the ability to sleep inside comfortably.

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Picture missing the seat whose mount slides into the trailer hitch. Allows me to sit down to cook, eat, and use the computer at the fold down table. I also have a tarp that attaches to the back of the TJ creating a small room and privacy out of the weather.
 

PCO6

Adventurer
I use this Jeep, an '88 Comanche Eliminator, for day trips, kayaking, fishing, trips to the dump, etc. plus chasing down used Jeep parts. I have never taken it on over nighters, I use my LJ & XJ for that. I finally found a set of original Turbine wheels for it so I thought I'd post it here again. They were in rough shape and a local shop did a great job of restoring them for me. The basic steps were to media blast them, paint them silver, machine the originally polished surfaces by turning them in a lathe and then powder coating them in clear. I'm still looking for the original centre caps which I'm sure are out there somewhere!

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WhiteJKURubicon

New member
2003 Jeep TJ set up for "overlanding" with the ability to sleep inside comfortably.

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Picture missing the seat whose mount slides into the trailer hitch. Allows me to sit down to cook, eat, and use the computer at the fold down table. I also have a tarp that attaches to the back of the TJ creating a small room and privacy out of the weather.
Looks good!
 

Recommended books for Overlanding

Vehicle-dependent Expedition Guide
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timsjeep

New member
@timsjeep I love that roof rack, what model is it?
So the tent is mounted to a Rhino Rack Backbone System with the 3 rail bars. The front basket is a aluminum harbor freight hitch basket with the hitch bar removed and then mounted to a Thule rain gutter rack system. Worked really good this past season with plenty of trips to test it out. Only issue I have is the front rack had too much weight in it and the basket was starting to crack in a few spots. I will put less heavy items up there next year. Tim
 
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