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Yes with the 1.0 brackets you can get longer carriage bolts if needed. iKamper also sent them for free when I explained my rack was too thick for the 2.0 style. They only asked for a picture before sending them along. I will say they are a bit more of a pain to put on vs the 2.0. But a much better fit so I’m happy with them.
Thats awesome man and good to hear iKamper came to the party with a bracket assist for free.
 
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That A-pillar IS sticker is such a nice touch, well done and sweet rig! Cool to see the progression of it
Thanks, Conner, but I can't take credit for it. My wife picked the decals and with the help of @IceIceBaby42 they decided on that location.
 

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Normally when I use the F350 for mountain camping, I pull the trailer with one of the Jeeps on it and I stop to fuel everything up. This time around I had to drive the F350 for fuel without the trailer because it was blocked in by the Mustang that is out of gas. Then I had to go back to get the Jeep to fuel it up. Anyway here are two of my rigs that I camp out of.



Running the JKU without the hard top, roof rack, and RTT due to the trail we are taking this Saturday.
 

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Normally when I use the F350 for mountain camping, I pull the trailer with one of the Jeeps on it and I stop to fuel everything up. This time around I had to drive the F350 for fuel without the trailer because it was blocked in by the Mustang that is out of gas. Then I had to go back to get the Jeep to fuel it up. Anyway here are two of my rigs that I camp out of.



Running the JKU without the hard top, roof rack, and RTT due to the trail we are taking this Saturday.
Dream rig....Has Forest Service all over it and I'm obsessed. LOL. Thanks for sharing.
Zim
 
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