Outback Adventure Trailgater for JK

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Tupenny

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Clean. I have been researching a tailgate table system for a minute. The design I decided would be right for me was very similar to what you have, although in black. Any issue with rattles? How sturdy is the table to work on?
 
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I’ve been looking at the Trailgater for some time. Do you use it as your only table while overlanding and does it have enough workspace for cooking?
 
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I’ve been running a Trailgater for about two years now. They are one of the pricier tables, but they are extremely high quality, fit easily and very well, have zero rattles, and provide a ton of room with the cutting board.

It’s one of those items you may hesitate wanting to spend the money on, but once you do you have zero regrets.

Made in USA, superb fit and finish, and amazing customer service as well.

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I’ve been running a Trailgater for about two years now. They are one of the pricier tables, but they are extremely high quality, fit easily and very well, have zero rattles, and provide a ton of room with the cutting board.

It’s one of those items you may hesitate wanting to spend the money on, but once you do you have zero regrets.

Made in USA, superb fit and finish, and amazing customer service as well.

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Well, I can check tailgate table of the list. I'll be ordering soon, thank you!
 
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Jerry James

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I’ve been looking at the Trailgater for some time. Do you use it as your only table while overlanding and does it have enough workspace for cooking?
Well after this past weekend I found that I can't use my coleman stove on the table. The bottle for fuel does not allow for it.. Kinda sucks, so I am looking for a different solution.
 

Jerry James

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I’ve been running a Trailgater for about two years now. They are one of the pricier tables, but they are extremely high quality, fit easily and very well, have zero rattles, and provide a ton of room with the cutting board.

It’s one of those items you may hesitate wanting to spend the money on, but once you do you have zero regrets.

Made in USA, superb fit and finish, and amazing customer service as well.

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Love the light idea. I will be doing something like this soon.
 
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Jerry James. A different solution and keep your Trailgater. Get a 4 to 6' propane hose and connect to a 5lb small bulk tank sitting on the ground or back of your JK, and use your existing stove. Or a One Burner stove with the 1lb cylinder.
 
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Been eyeing the tailgater for a long time. Just hard to bring myself to drop $300+ on a little bitty table and cutting board.
I can totally relate to the same feeling. It was definitely one of those purchases that I thought about for a long time, looked at tons of pics, read all of the reviews. And that was just it......every single review was positive when it came to the quality, ease of installation, rattle free, huge amount of workspace, etc. Nope, it ain't cheap, but nothing that is best in class ever is, and I'd rank the Trailgater as definitely being best in class. I'm more than happy to pay for quality. Love the Trailgater, and would absolutely buy it again.
 

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Just a thought for anyone looking for a cheaper tailgate table option... on eBay you’ll occasionally see what looks just like a teraflex table... I paid 50$ for mine. It literally comes with instructions and the cutout they have teraflex branding on them. Can’t imagine it’s any different... easy to save 100ish bucks.
 
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Jku Ben

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Just a thought for anyone looking for a cheaper tailgate table option... on eBay you’ll occasionally see what looks just like a teraflex table... I paid 50$ for mine. It literally comes with instructions and the cutout they have teraflex branding on them. Can’t imagine it’s any different... easy to save 100ish bucks.
I have the same table & works great & yes you can save $ for other gear.
 
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BIG4570

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I want one but both of the sites they are offered on don't ship to Canada, I'll have to wait until another vendor picks them up or another option is released that is just as good.
 

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I want one but both of the sites they are offered on don't ship to Canada, I'll have to wait until another vendor picks them up or another option is released that is just as good.
It looks like amazon also sells one, but I don’t know if they ship to Canada or not. I believe it was a little more but still around 80$