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Unread 10-29-2007, 01:10 AM   #1
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Jeep Tent... anybody have it?

So i was looking at the "Jeep Tent" and wondered if it would work with a lifted jeep. Anybody using this thing and if so, how big is your lift / tires and are you having any issues with it?
Oh, i'm not talking about the rooftop version either.
Pics maybe?

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Unread 10-29-2007, 08:27 AM   #2
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Are you talking about the one that funnels leftover exhaust fumes directly into your sleeping area? Those are sweet.
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I hear China is now putting extra lead based paint on Jeep branded garbage.
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Wait, you have a Jeep mountain bike? Shocks? Pegs? Lucky.
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Wait, you have a Jeep mountain bike? Shocks? Pegs? Lucky.
Nope, I've got a Jeep stroller with shocks and pegs and an MP3 player.
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So i was looking at the "Jeep Tent" and wondered if it would work with a lifted jeep. Anybody using this thing and if so, how big is your lift / tires and are you having any issues with it?
Oh, i'm not talking about the rooftop version either.
Pics maybe?


Yep bought it for around $100 shipped off of Ebay.

The thing has plenty of room, see sig for mods..














































































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Well, I guess I can't buy one... it does'nt have square headlights!

(although I did pick up a real nice Jeep pocket knife @ a Big5 the other day for only $10. Score!)



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Yeah thats the coolest tent ever.
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Are you talking about the one that funnels leftover exhaust fumes directly into your sleeping area? Those are sweet.
"Honey, I'm cold!"

"Don't worry, I'll get the heater started..."

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"Honey, I'm cold!"

"Don't worry, I'll get the heater started..."

vrrroom!!!

hey, gotta get her to put out some how right???
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Yeah thats the coolest tent ever.


Yeah, it's a pretty decent tent. When we leave the site, I can just shut the hatch, and lock the Jeep up so nothing gets stolen. It takes less then a minute to disco the tent and shut the hatch when we take the Jeep anywhere. It'll have to do til I can afford a small camping trailer. Having the TV and stuff is nice, but having an AC would be even better!
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As long as you dont buy a RV with direct tv. I mean whats the point of camping if people have everything their house has? I guess they can see things without missing anything.
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As long as you dont buy a RV with direct tv. I mean whats the point of camping if people have everything their house has? I guess they can see things without missing anything.


You're right!

Next time I'm going to hike my 3 year old, and my wife 5 miles back in to the woods with my Buck knife, and a flint.


Seriously, what's the big deal if I watch a DVD at night and drink a 6 pack or 2. I'm not trying to catch a tv show. That's what the DVR is for!
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Unread 10-30-2007, 11:25 AM   #15
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Yeah you're right on that point. I have no expirence with bringing kids or a wife camping. So I change my remark, but still that tent is cool.
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