Bronco Overlanding Equipment

ChopSui

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It's a pricey option, but Ursa Minor has already announced that they're doing an integrated hardtop/RTT for the 4-door like their J30. They also say they'll be looking at the feasibility of doing something like that for the 2-door. Not sure how long the roof is on a 2-door but that would be awesome. I just hope they can make a decision before I have to choose myself between 2 and 4 door.


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My plan is to build a rack on a m1102 military trailer that is extendable and put a 32zero tent on top. I can still store my gear underneath in the trailer. I'd like to get a locking tonneau cover for it that can roll up and when I dont have my gear in there I can put my four wheeler in it. Kinda like the xventure xv-2. I might even call them and see if they will sell me their armored water tank for under the trailer
 

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if your looking tent....check out the Gazelle.....goes up and takes down in 90 seconds.....quick easy and only 30 lbs......toss it in a roof rack and still have room in your bronco
 

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Im looking to overland the sh*t out of my BD Sassy bronco, Northern Ontario is breathtaking any time of year. Unfortunately at 6'5 and almost 300lbs ill be sticking to my Coleman instant tent with a air mattress. basically transfer all my current camping gear to the bronco and save some serious money till a decent rack that can carry a reasonable amount of weight comes along for a rtt. I dont plan on ever removing the roof panels so a semi/permanent solution would be ok with me, Although from factory Ill be getting all my "electrical" stuff done ie. lights, winch and other stuff because i want that warranty coverage incase electrical gremlins show up. (my 2011 ram 1500) cough cough. Also Im requesting that when i buy my bronco they relocate all my breather valves as high as possible for piece of mind. any idea if a snorkel will be part of the factory accessories? i dont plan on crossing rivers or deep water, the snorkel is more for the dust.
 

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Seen this listed today

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