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JDGreens

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We just purchased a dual sleeping bag for our camping needs. Teton 0° , got the chance to test it out on our OB overnight trail run that Neal put together last weekend. (Thanks Neal). Was a little comical trying to get ourselves settled in for the night but well worth the effort. I have a sleeping set-up in the back of my 2-door Xj. The temperature for the night was 20° and we were never cold. Wasn't the most restful experience, there are a couple things we will do differently ne t time we just sleep in the rig. I think it's going to be great in our new tent during summer trips together.

We got to do about 100 miles of trails from Saturday 9 am to Sunday 2 pm. Was one of my best winter exploration experiences with my wife yet. She got a little nerves a few times but did enjoy the trip. We are looking forward to our annual June Jam in Buena Vista with our new set-up. She hasn't slept in our new tent yet.

Next on my list;
Hoping to finish my roof rack before my next adventure. It will make carrying the lighter bulky stuff a little easier.
 
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wvuoutback

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OB1

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Alex
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Long
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Last thing I bought was a full set of Primitive Racing skid plates for the Outback.

Next thing I plan to buy are 15x7 Black Rhino Rumble wheels and 235/75/15 Falken Wildpeak At3w
 

Smileyshaun

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Clackamas, Oregon
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Shaun
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Hoffman
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We just purchased a dual sleeping bag for our camping needs. Teton 0° , got the chance to test it out on our OB overnight trail run that Neal put together last weekend. (Thanks Neal). Was a little comical trying to get ourselves settled in for the night but well worth the effort. I have a sleeping set-up in the back of my 2-door Xj. The temperature for the night was 20° and we were never cold. Wasn't the most restful experience, there are a couple things we will do differently ne t time we just sleep in the rig. I think it's going to be great in our new tent during summer trips together.

We got to do about 100 miles of trails from Saturday 9 am to Sunday 2 pm. Was one of my best winter exploration experiences with my wife yet. She got a little nerves a few times but did enjoy the trip. We are looking forward to our annual June Jam in Buena Vista with our new set-up. She hasn't slept in our new tent yet.

Next on my list;
Hoping to finish my roof rack before my next adventure. It will make carrying the lighter bulky stuff a little easier.
ive had a Teton 0deg bag for years and love it , it’s big and bulky but I love the soft lining .
 
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David C Gibbs

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A right rear travel, light - side, not rear. OEM was smashed in 1990 in Calif. Enough... 8862-FJ3FE 330K still. functioning.
 

Sebt1890

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Got my Noco boost plus gb40 in today. The next major upgrade I want to buy is a suspension/lift kit but those are on backorder. I AM heading to Colorado at the end of the month so I'm considering instead opting for a Transmission skid plate to complete my full RCI protection kit on the 4Runner (I've got the transfer case skid coming in soon). I figure if I can't get the clearance I want atm then I'll get the protection just in case.