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Thread: ROOF TOP TENT : What Should We Get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    As in Brian? When did he go back to Trans?
    Yup. He’s been at trans since they closed 4WD.

    He still lives in Ohio. He’s does business accounts remotely.


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    I found this pic and it seems like it would be short enough to fit over the bed of your truck Eddie
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    That's probably even a lot smaller than needed being that we have a 5' bed.
    It must flip open I hope, or its for the people that sleep in the fetal position!


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    They do look decent when it doesn’t go higher than the cab.

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    LOL - Oh yeah, they flip open but even still, it'd be nicer to have something just a bit bigger.

    Oh, and yes, sitting below the cab makes for a nicer look in my opinion.

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    Are you going to do an overlanding trip for JTs?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Are you going to do an overlanding trip for JTs?
    If by "overlanding" you mean camping trips in between destinations, yeah, that would be the plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    If by "overlanding" you mean camping trips in between destinations, yeah, that would be the plan.
    May have to steal my sons gladiator when it comes in


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    Eddie, here’s my Gladiator with a Tepui Kukenam on an American Adventure Lab rack. It works perfect for me. It light and deploys well. It also fits really well over the bed.
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