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post #16 of 36 Old 11-03-2009, 11:37 AM
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I want more info on the easy awn. I was gonna get one of those tent trailers, but the top tent like that is perfect.


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That thing is amazing, more pics!

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From what company is the switch assembly? Any ETA on it?
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nice rig... id ditch the rims though- only thing i think that looks out of place on the rig.

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nice rig... id ditch the rims though- only thing i think that looks out of place on the rig.
What? I love those rims, best ones I've seen on a JK

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This makes me want a 4dr JK! very nice rig!

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I'm a big fan of overland rigs, and want to get into the "sport" myself.
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From what company is the switch assembly? Any ETA on it?
X2 (I hate to do that)! Anyway, add me to the interested party list. That is a very clean aux switch panel.

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post #24 of 36 Old 11-18-2009, 06:55 AM
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Scott,
Those 2" Rigid lights are new to me; how do they compare to the Solstice cubes. I was thinking of mounting two of those in a flood pattern on the back of my Jeep, flanking the third eye.

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Crappy iPhone picture, but here is the Jeep just before leaving Prescott. My KTM 950 is in the show too. Maybe I will see some of you at SEMA!
That KTM looks very much like the one i saw with a BMW in eureka CA., when i was there with my wife in the gas station parking lot. Sorry i missed you at SEMA, we were so busy! how was it for you?

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Would you please tell me about the roof rack that is on the SEMA 2009 Jeep Overland.

I have searched on the internet and it shows it to be an ARB. However, when I go to the ARB online catalog, there is no such rack listed for a Rubicon Wrangler Unlimited.

I am interested in mounting a rooftent and awning on a hardtop Rubicon. I would like to know how it was done on your vehicle.

Thanks.

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post #27 of 36 Old 05-10-2010, 05:35 AM
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I was just out in Arizona, got to meet Scott and take some pictures of this project.
I'll try to remember to upload them when I get home. I think I took close-ups of the rack mounts.

There was this thing too; note its rack:






And speaking of Mr Brady... ...the shaved-head guy.

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post #28 of 36 Old 05-10-2010, 04:30 PM Thread Starter
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Nice pictures of the J8 Bill.

I am loving that truck and the Overland JK. Jeep really nailed it with the four door.

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post #29 of 36 Old 05-10-2010, 07:32 PM
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Would you please tell me about the roof rack that is on the SEMA 2009 Jeep Overland.

I have searched on the internet and it shows it to be an ARB. However, when I go to the ARB online catalog, there is no such rack listed for a Rubicon Wrangler Unlimited.

I am interested in mounting a rooftent and awning on a hardtop Rubicon. I would like to know how it was done on your vehicle.

Thanks.

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post #30 of 36 Old 05-11-2010, 03:13 AM
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Since there were pictures of the inside mounts on ExPo, I just shot the top part. It's an ARB; this is what the rack looks like up close:




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