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mface7

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I prefer the site for posting personally. I can format the post more easily and a few things you can't do on the App yet. App is great for viewing though.
my one prob with the app is I can't really dive into the member info like on the site...see other postings from the member, etc.
 
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Yeah it is. I've already removed mine and it's been sitting on the roof (it doesn't fit when you bump up to a full size spare with 35s), but working on a swing-away option, hopefully in the not too distant future. IN place of it right now I have a small inverter wired to my house battery, hoping to improve that space after I put in custom rear drawers...maybe a 3rd battery and some additional electronics (upgraded inverter, solar charge control) sitting in that space.
Nice! Gahhh so many memories in our 97 Burb. Definitly post all those when you do it. I'm going to upgrading to a canopy instead of a tonneau next year. Thinking a Drawer system for kitchen will be the way to go.
 

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Yeah it is. I've already removed mine and it's been sitting on the roof (it doesn't fit when you bump up to a full size spare with 35s), but working on a swing-away option, hopefully in the not too distant future. IN place of it right now I have a small inverter wired to my house battery, hoping to improve that space after I put in custom rear drawers...maybe a 3rd battery and some additional electronics (upgraded inverter, solar charge control) sitting in that space.
Nice! Gahhh so many memories in our 97 Burb. Definitly post all those when you do it. I'm going to upgrading to a canopy instead of a tonneau next year. Thinking a Drawer system for kitchen will be the way to go.
I definitely will post them. Link to the build thread is in my signature if you haven't already checked it out. I have a bunch of stuff lined up before I get there though. Lots of maintenance stuff coming up immediately though...brake discs and calipers, egr valve, temp sensors. Unfortunately have to do the boring stuff to make the fun stuff worth it!
 
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SJ.Overland

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Beavercreek, OH, USA
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Shaun
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I definitely will post them. Link to the build thread is in my signature if you haven't already checked it out. I have a bunch of stuff lined up before I get there though. Lots of maintenance stuff coming up immediately though...brake discs and calipers, egr valve, temp sensors. Unfortunately have to do the boring stuff to make the fun stuff worth it!
I feel ya lol
 

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Hey Guys,

this is my 2006 - E350 4x4 UJoint - 6.0 Diesel - Bulletproof - CCV Poptop.
Picture is made in Autumn this year on Sardinia. I work now round 1 year on the E350 to make it an Overland Rig. I have build in a whole RV Setup with sleeping Bench, Hob, hot Water, Heater, LPG Tank, Solar, 220V Converter and many more.

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