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Rob GoVenture

Rank III

Advocate I

We weren’t “hotdogging”. Once we sunk, we stopped, evident but the lack of huge rooster tails of mud.

“New to me” rig. Believe it or not, it climbs like a mountain goat on dry land but the mud, it sinks like a submarine.

We are in the building/becoming familiar with each other stage of our relationship.

So far, I think it’s gonna be a long beautiful love.
 

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Trey375669

Rank II
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Off-Road Ranger I

289
Hampton, Virginia
First Name
Trey
Last Name
Sesek
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21274

Ham Callsign
Apollo Overlander
My 2006 Jeep TJ Rubicon pulling my custom made 1967 M416 trailer with a Smittybilt Roof top tent. It was a buddy of mine’s trailer that he made and he also made the custom lid for it as well with a roof rack on it to put the tent on to. Love this little trailer and love the adventures that it takes my wife and I on
 

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League With A T

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Contributor I

233
Edmonton, AB, Canada
First Name
Teague
Last Name
Styles-Tripp
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24933

My 2006 Jeep TJ Rubicon pulling my custom made 1967 M416 trailer with a Smittybilt Roof top tent. It was a buddy of mine’s trailer that he made and he also made the custom lid for it as well with a roof rack on it to put the tent on to. Love this little trailer and love the adventures that it takes my wife and I on
Sweet looking setup!