Sleeping inside Jeep?????

Maverick909

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i love my roam RTT. it makes the Ms's happy which in turn allows for more mods. LOL. Ill take camping anyway possible. ill sleep on the floor but if i had a choice id sleep in a hammock every trip. cant beat the stars when you sleep thats for sure

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With a friend of mine who has an awesome shop and has all the know-how to use the machines, we came up with this platform after having deleted both back seats. It works perfectly and I am in love with it. I also got the NitePad by Xprite and which I only use the 60% part and I am set. Have traveled Chicago to DC and back and Chicago to KY and back sleeping in the back of the Jeep and it has worked for me.

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how heavy is that altogether in your estimation?
 

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In my design, the weight came to 58lbs. It's not bad I guess. I was considering weight saving measures like cutting triangular holes in the substructure, but may be able to live with it.
 

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Can you imagine if I had said just a few weeks ago that sleeping in ones Wrangler might have indication if you or an immediate family member is COVID-19 positive?
 

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how heavy is that altogether in your estimation?
Not very heavy at all,. It was all cut from one sheet of 8x12 3/4" plywood-the entire thing was cut from half of the sheet. I would imagine around 40-50lbs. The seats were a lot heavier - so there was a gain in weight for sure.
 

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We each slept in our own Jeep. 4" polyfoam pad in hers 3" polyfoam pad in mine both trimmed to completely fill in the rear.

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