I'm talking about like living out of your jeep for a couple days traveling offroad? Is that a thing
There was a thread a few months ago where a young guy built a bunk in the back and was traveling the country doing odd jobs and seeing the sights. Well maybe that's not what you're talking about.
I jeep camp n wheel quite a bit but would be nervous about breaking down a couple days from a get-out point.
"You can set my jeep on fire and roll it down a hill,
But I still wouldn't trade it for a Coupe DeVille."
I'm building mine for it as well. I think max from dirtbound has an AWSOME setup on his rig, albeit a bit "bigger" than I would like. I just picked up one of his front bumpers actually and will probably do a custom rear carrier. I'm 3" and 33x10.5s, 4.56s, trutrac front, Aussie rear, ax15/242 tcase. I swapped the 242 because I personally feel its "safer"..if overlanding snow or ice or nasty rain is usually A option so I felt it would be the safer bet..only con I see is its a bit longer 4" roughly and you don't get a true. "Sye". All hack n taps...but you can get 2 low, 4:1, fat chains ect so the. Whole deboggle of the 231 vs 242 I vote 242
[QUOTE=Motorcharge;15252353]Overlanders do it over land via overlanding because they like to overland?[/QUOTE]
I go 2 times per year on trips through the Ozarks 2-3 days drive and camp difrent spot each night forestry roads rivers and fun. here are some pics to make you want to do it more
video of last trip
this last one is from last year
Just spent a ton of my evening on this thread.....Wow, just wow....
I am considering doing some sort of mini overland type trip. I will probably go for a 3 day weekend or something like that for my first trip.
I have always loved camping, fishing, hiking (back when I could walk well enough to do so) and being away from civilization in general.
I know, I know, there are gonna be some people who wanna say " 3 days, that's not an overland trip, I once went out for 17 years!"....I will just hit that on the head now, it would be my first trip so I plan on taking a short, fairly close to some sort of civilization trip,as I am sure I will forget something on my first time as well as most of any trips I take afterword.
So, anyways...I really like the idea of overlandin, I just wonder if anyone out there has any suggestions of where to go in the Indiana area. I don't really know of any forest service trails or anything of the sort in my area. All I know of us having is the run of the mill orv park. Nothing worth taking an extended trip to.