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4 days ago

So I currently have a Jeep tj and have been using it as an overlander/off-roader. But the last trip was 14hrs of on road driving before any trails and I’ve noticed that the majority of trips I’ve been on can accommodate much bigger vehicles than my little tj so I was thinking about buying a used f-250/350 crew cab diesel 4x4 and build it for overlanding like one of the Toyota pickups expedition overlander uses and be able to tow the Jeep on longer trips. My questions are would a diesel be too heavy for a lot of trails, would it be more difficult to find fuel and parts for when somewhere remote (in my experience I’ve always been able to find gas and Jeep parts in a pinch as they were basically unchanged for 20 years) and would a vehicle this size just be too big and have too stiff of suspension for trail use? I have a wife and toddler who love to basically drive out as far away from people as possible and camp and explore. We would like to be able to travel from coast to coast and the Jeep is just a bit too small for that. Sorry for such a long post and any input is appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 day ago

Just bought my first truck and planning to drive to Alaska as soon as school lets out. The pop up camper I want it’s my available till fall so I’m debating pitching a tent or buying a used topper and selling it end of summer. What would you bring for a 2 month long trip? I have my own gear, but want to hear what you love. Feel free to share links to whatever you use or pictures of your setups. I bought this thing for turning a big water bottle into a sink this for sleeping in the back seat (apparently according to the reviews it’s for dogs, but eh I’m trying to save up for something better...) bought a hammock tent but not sure on the quality. If you have one you recommend that’s cool! Looking for ideas around sleeping solutions as well as things to stop and see. Starting in San Diego Heading north through Montana and Idaho back south through Washington and Oregon ... See MoreSee Less
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16 hours ago

So what kind of gear would you take for overlanding or offroading? Would you bring a coffee machine or any cooking gadgets on the road? Personally, I think these devices are optional and depend on how long you'll be on the road and your off-grid living requirements. But, in my opinion, a puppy is definitely a must-have because they're such great stress relievers! Who agrees?🙌 ... See MoreSee Less
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7 days ago

We travel not to escape life but for life not to escape us...IG @geared2xplore ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Trying out the new camping mattress. Very comfortable when fully inflated. Compared to the air mattress that i used for camping, the difference is night and day. ... See MoreSee Less
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