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    Quote Originally Posted by ridg3runner View Post
    Come on, Frank, give me a tough one. Attachment 96746


    Bam!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    No true overlander is complete without one of these

    kidshydrasnorkelsidepic copy.jpg
    That looks like a rear plug-in version of something...

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    Great thread...what about a power inverter? At least my 2010 needs it but maybe not the newer models?

    I saw some things online about converting your stock rear bumper into a water reservoir...but many of us don't have stock bumpers anymore. There is something u can out on roof...great for showers or washing off

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKFlyer View Post
    Great thread...what about a power inverter? At least my 2010 needs it but maybe not the newer models?

    I saw some things online about converting your stock rear bumper into a water reservoir...but many of us don't have stock bumpers anymore. There is something u can out on roof...great for showers or washing off

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    Or you could do this in true overlanding style...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    I'm starting this thread so I can keep track in one place things I find of interest and might want to buy.

    Focus on items to use in the jeep for camping…er…overlanding.

    Feel free to post up as well if you see something along those lines too.

    Please post up if you have used a product that has been posted, opinions (good or bad) are welcome. Well, except overlanders.
    Hey Mike,

    Have you had a chance to use that new stove? My folks have the same one but curious what you think. I'm getting ready to pull the trigger one one of them vs. the tried and true Coleman version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    No true overlander is complete without one of these

    kidshydrasnorkelsidepic copy.jpg
    That is epic Eddie!! LoL Takes me back to your heated debate that you started on overlanding. Had me rolling!

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    Cool thread idea.

    One thing to think about with the chairs I've seen posted, if you're older or have a bad back then forget about those "no arm" chairs....they are really hard to get out of if you have mobility issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaddleTramp View Post
    Hey Mike,

    Have you had a chance to use that new stove? My folks have the same one but curious what you think. I'm getting ready to pull the trigger one one of them vs. the tried and true Coleman version.
    Sadly no. I think Jags might have bought one. Maybe he has used it?

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