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Dr. Marneaus

Station Wagoneer
Oh man! SO much goodness in that photo. Sun starting to hang low in the sky, trail of dust from a vehicle on a dirt road below, mountains in the background, and of course that Wagoneer and trailer! Beautiful!
I didnt even notice the dust trail until I posted on here, because it was the first time I saw it on a full screen lol.

Eugene the Jeep

New member
Hey Everybody,

Since I was in Africa last summer, I have become more interested in overland and expedition travel instead of rocks and mud. I have a 2000 TJ Sport and have had it on trails and some rocks. I have an REBB with 31 x 10.5" AT's. I am planning on replacing those with 33 x 10.5's. I would love to see what everybody's rigs are like. I have looked at other vehicle forums here and some are posting pics. I think that the TJ is often overlooked for this type of travel due to space limitations. Thanks
Here's my 2000 TJ that I've been outfitting. Keeping everything compact and accessible has been the main goal. Almost finished with the cooking setup.



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Recommended books for Overlanding

Long Way Round: Chasing Shadows Across the World
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999 Days Around Africa: The Road Chose Me
by Dan Grec, Dan Grec
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Build Your Own Motorcaravan, Build Your Own Overland Camp...
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There are some seriously awesome builds in this thread.

Here's my unconventional choice for an expedition/overland built Jeep. I don't crawl or mud much, if at all, (though it is capable enough to do so) so the ability to cruise economically (this little diesel returns about 26 mpg highway fully loaded down for 600+ miles of range per tank) and comfortably was a huge plus for me over the JK/JL.

The front has since been lifted/leveled, with ICONs on all four corners. It's a work in progress (aren't they always?). I still need to fit sliders, front/rear protection, fabricate a bracket for my compressor, and mount my winch, but the core of the build is in place. I plan on shaking it down this summer/fall with a trip to the outer banks in NC, followed by a couple weeks out on the Trans-America Trail. Here's to hoping!