So!!! Getting ready to go rough camping? Show your gear!!

geem03

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Like the title says... let's show our gear or set up to go out camping.

Let me start...
1-jeep
2- carrier racks(rooftop and rear hitch mount)
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3-first aid kit, multi functional shovel
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4- personal protective devices
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5- water jug, gas jug, totes





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James

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Here is my current setup

I’ll do around 17+ major trips a year and a dozen or more day trips, roughly around 90 days or so a year off road camping. We try to go to places less traveled and where you need a good off road rig to get there.

The cabinet system is 100% carbon fiber, the drawer faces are carbon fiber Kevlar composite, weighs in at 30lbs.
Built in grill
ARB twin air
ARB 50qt fridge
Baja design OnX6 lighting.
Warn Zion platinum S10 winch
And the list goes on.

I can set up my entire camp in under 5 minutes, break down ready to roll in 10-15 minutes depending on the mess from the night before.
Let me know if anyone has any questions

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99wishes

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Here is my current setup

I’ll do around 17+ major trips a year and a dozen or more day trips, roughly around 90 days or so a year off road camping. We try to go to places less traveled and where you need a good off road rig to get there.

The cabinet system is 100% carbon fiber, the drawer faces are carbon fiber Kevlar composite, weighs in at 30lbs.
Built in grill
ARB twin air
ARB 50qt fridge
Baja design OnX6 lighting.
Warn Zion platinum S10 winch
And the list goes on.

I can set up my entire camp in under 5 minutes, break down ready to roll in 10-15 minutes depending on the mess from the night before.
Let me know if anyone has any questions
What is your favorite accessory? What is your most used accessory?
 

wibornz

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I have had a transformation for camping. Way back when, my wife and I started tent camping, then a pop up, then a 5th wheel, then we were horse camping so we got a truck camper, then a big motorhome. I thought I would haul the Jeep behind the motorhome. I did on a nice trailer, then I flat towed it.





It was just a hassle and we wanted to camp way out in the boondocks, so we down sized to our current set up.

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Centurion07

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I have had a transformation for camping. Way back when, my wife and I started tent camping, then a pop up, then a 5th wheel, then we were horse camping so we got a truck camper, then a big motorhome. I thought I would haul the Jeep behind the motorhome. I did on a nice trailer, then I flat towed it.





It was just a hassle and we wanted to camp way out in the boondocks, so we down sized to our current set up.

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Now that is a sharp setup. I'm an old Soldier who likes everything minimal, but I'm starting to understand the draw of a small trailer.
 

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