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    The EEXP was designed from the start to carry...

    The EEXP was designed from the start to carry Maxtrax. Over the past year I have been VERY thankful to have these amazing recovery tools on my adventures. If you're getting off the beaten path,...
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    I'm surprised that you and "many others" have...

    I'm surprised that you and "many others" have heard other versions of this. That can only mean that the other party involved has another version and has been talking about it publicly. While that is...
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    I LOVE my Maxtrax!

    Maxtrax are the single most used piece of recovery gear in the EEXP. They come in handy in so many situations. They were integrated into the build from the start and have been used all over North...
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    The 16.5ti is the right winch for this big truck....

    The 16.5ti is the right winch for this big truck. Impressed by it in all ways. Do wish it was lighter in weight, but switching to synthetic might help me in that direction. Weight reduces capability...
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    I was wrong in my information. The Zeon does have...

    I was wrong in my information. The Zeon does have a brake internal to the drum.
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    I have not used and do not own a Zeon winch. I...

    I have not used and do not own a Zeon winch. I also do not work for Warn. If you have talked to them and they have told you that the Zeon 12K is not suitable for synthetic than I'm sure that is sound...
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    Not sure the confusion here. The 16.5ti is an...

    Not sure the confusion here. The 16.5ti is an older style winch, with an internal brake in relation to the drum, and not part of the Zeon lineup. The Zeon only goes to 12K I believe.
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    Your information is a bit off, as XPCamper never...

    Your information is a bit off, as XPCamper never "declined to continue to be a sponsor." The details of the relationship between myself and XPCamper is not something I talk about or write about, it...
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    The 16.5ti is well known to work well with a...

    The 16.5ti is well known to work well with a Synthetic line, I've seen it on many rigs in person. Never heard of the drum crush issue. The only issue with Synthetic on this "old school" style winch...
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    Thanks for that. You are right, I'm not very...

    Thanks for that. You are right, I'm not very subtle at all. I try hard to let people know exactly how I feel, where I'm coming from and what the deal is right up front. Maybe I need to work on that,...
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    No disrespect taken. A LARGE majority of...

    No disrespect taken.

    A LARGE majority of products that I review on my site are thoroughly tested and only published if it is something I'd recommend. I regularly give back products to...
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    The Warn Zeon has an external brake, to the drum,...

    The Warn Zeon has an external brake, to the drum, and is designed to specifically work well with synthetic line. Warn only offers the synthetic line up to 10K lbs, but a number of other winch line...
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    EEXP: Warn 16.5ti Winch

    The Warn 16.5ti winch is the right tool for the job of solo vehicle off-road overland travel in the EEXP.

    Check out what makes this product awesome:
    EEXP: Warn 16.5ti Winch

    Thoughts on what...
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    The Warn 16.5ti winch

    The Warn 16.5ti winch is the right tool for the job of solo vehicle off-road overland travel in the EEXP. Check out what makes this product awesome:

    EEXP: Warn 16.5ti Winch
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  15. These items are very new. Most reviews I do are...

    These items are very new. Most reviews I do are much more long term. I found these, got some and honestly just thought they were a great deal and wanted to share the find. I have beat on them a bit,...
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    Your right about the fellow Americans part, at...

    Your right about the fellow Americans part, at least when it comes to stuff like this on the internet, but the rest of it aren't things I've run into issues with while down there. Really didn't like...
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    "The rig is 8’7″ tall, 22’5″ long and 7′ wide..."...

    "The rig is 8’7″ tall, 22’5″ long and 7′ wide..." and a ton of other specs can be found in the "Does It Measure Up" post. I don't think I've ever published the camper dimensions. Honestly don't have...
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    I have. I'm getting 14-15ish MPG average over a...

    I have. I'm getting 14-15ish MPG average over a huge variety of terrain over the past year.
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    XP Decals

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  20. Life On The Road Loses That Woman's Touch

    "Great adventure was had, much life was lived and we have enjoyed sharing our journey with you all. This is our shared announcement, to the amazing readers of Exploring Elements, that the personal...
  21. Gear Review: Carhartt Tool Roll & Tool Pouches

    Bottom line; quality product at a great price! Pick them up on Amazon through the link in the article for a smokin deal. This is a great way to keep your tools close at hand, organized and not...
  22. Does WW Kayaking Have an Image Issue?

    There is a lot of talk about a recent article by Outside Magazine that showcases one of the sport's top events, the Whitewater Grand Prix, and its competitors in a pretty negative light. While we can...
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    New Hydrapak Stash Bottle

    Sarah checks in with the latest in water bottle technology. This little bottle is surprisingly durable, and is the perfect companion on a wide range of outdoor and travel adventures.

    REVIEW:...
  24. REVIEW: GSI Outdoors Bugaboo Waffle Iron

    Sarah checks in with a fun little writeup on a fun product to have around camp, the GSI Bugaboo Waffle Iron. How can you go wrong with hot waffles at camp? I'm the kind of person who will eat waffles...
  25. REVIEW: Sierra Designs DriDown Hoody

    I love this jacket and wear it everyday. A great piece that packs up small, is crazy light weight, works in a wide range of weather conditions and looks quite stylish. I LOVE the orange color as well...
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