Sorry can’t really offer any specific recommendations, but my advice is grab a MVUM from the forest service and go explore! Tons of FS roads and if they get too sketchy for your taste whip a U turn and keep on rocking :rock:
It’s a beautiful area and definitely hit up the burger joint in Custer...
My expensive not “needed” but awesome to have is our Ursa Minor J30:like: it’s a total game changer. The much less expensive really useful is the XG Gama cargo bags. They end up being really useful for storing common use items.
Just a quick UM update, just got back from a 4k mile round trip from PA to Wyoming and back! Spent every night in the J30 and it was awesome. I know they are pricey but it was AWESOME! Couple lessons learned and was a great first long trip.
Hope everyone is doing well
If you don’t have a ton of stuff in the Jeep we sleep 4 in our Jeep. 2 upstairs and we bought a full size gel mattress topper and with the back seats folded down it’s pretty darn comfortable, that said if you are a tall guy that probably wouldn’t work.
All the Best with your search:like:
Well I actually got to see a GFC and the UM (for a JK) side by side a few years ago, and honestly I was much more impressed with UM quality. Not that GFC was bad but for the Wrangler ease of entry and the quality it was not even close in my opinion. Hatch Adventures in Bozeman has JK’s with UM...
Yes I don’t have any lift yet and I have plenty of room, I do plan on 35’s and a 2.5” lift in the future.
Honestly choose the drivers side for the awning because that’s what I have seen the most, down the road I would like to get a batwing to cover the rear as well.
A dual battery set up is...
1.Being I just got mine this week I can only say the white top should do a good job reflecting sunlight
2. I just spent last night in it with a low of 30 and it stayed comfortable (had a Kelty 20deg bag and blanket) the UM when closed up is pretty tight
3. No it doesn’t but at least for last...