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  1. #2051
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    Sometimes you have to respect simplicity in the overlanding world

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  2. #2052
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    How many points do you get for a giant topo map graphic that doesn't remotely resemble any of the topography around Tahoe?
    Quote Originally Posted by powder11 View Post
    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

  3. #2053
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    How many points do you get for a giant topo map graphic that doesn't remotely resemble any of the topography around Tahoe?
    it looks trippy, so an extra point for sure

  4. #2054
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  5. #2055
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    Quote Originally Posted by heckacali View Post
    24 years old
    240,000 miles
    Eight grand. Ok. Sure.

  6. #2056
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    it comes with a used mattress, so it's got that going for it too.

  7. #2057
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    The first two were nice enough to park next to each other for easy photography but one seem to be missing the condiments (I assume they were on the far side of the other). Van probably gets negative points for being used as a spot to gear up in a ski area parking lot, but the traction plates should still be unnecessary.Click image for larger version. 

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  8. #2058
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    24 years old
    240,000 miles
    Eight grand. Ok. Sure.
    I had one; great little camper in the flatlands, but the first time I took it up I-70 out of Denver, I was getting passed by semis.

  9. #2059
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    No pic, but had a Porsche Cayenne blow past me with a roof rack full of Gotos gear. The standard condiment containers, spare tire, boxes. They got extra points for a hi-lift jack they are completely unable to use not having all stock panels and bumpers, no hitch receiver even.


    Then saw this guy. Extra point for the RTT extending far enough behind the truck box it doubles as a short awning to keep the spare tire dry.

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  10. #2060
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    ^^^ Whats the point of having a pickup if you cant even get into the bed?

    Catsup supply is solid, though.

  11. #2061
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyoverland Captive View Post
    ^^^ What’s the point of having a pickup if you can’t even get into the bed?
    Yeah I don't know. A lot of them have a setup like this but with a tonneau cover over over the bed, under the bed rack. That alone makes it very hard to get to anything in the bed. Then they add all the condiment containers and other shit on the side of the bed rack. Now they can't get to the bed at all. Oh wait though, they can add a massive slide-out drawer system in the bed for "easy access". All they have to do is swing the tire mount out of the way, drop the tailgate and slide out the drawers.

    This guy must be wishing he'd gone with a 6-ft bed.

  12. #2062
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    Quote Originally Posted by evdog View Post
    No pic, but had a Porsche Cayenne blow past me with a roof rack full of Gotos gear. The standard condiment containers, spare tire, boxes. They got extra points for a hi-lift jack they are completely unable to use not having all stock panels and bumpers, no hitch receiver even.


    Then saw this guy. Extra point for the RTT extending far enough behind the truck box it doubles as a short awning to keep the spare tire dry.

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    First aid ketchup, always prepared

  13. #2063
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    Quote Originally Posted by evdog View Post
    No pic, but had a Porsche Cayenne blow past me with a roof rack full of Gotos gear. The standard condiment containers, spare tire, boxes. They got extra points for a hi-lift jack they are completely unable to use not having all stock panels and bumpers, no hitch receiver even.


    Then saw this guy. Extra point for the RTT extending far enough behind the truck box it doubles as a short awning to keep the spare tire dry.

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    What's funny is in the summer when you see the Altima in the next dispersed campsite down from the survivor mobile. RTTs do look cozy though.
    If we're gonna wear uniforms, we should all wear somethin' different!

  14. #2064
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    [QUOTE=Jong Lafitte;6516111]What's funny is in the summer when you see the Altima in the next dispersed campsite down from the survivor mobile. [\QUOTE]

    Sleeping in a tent on the GROUND?????


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  15. #2065
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    Quote Originally Posted by evdog View Post
    No pic, but had a Porsche Cayenne blow past me with a roof rack full of Gotos gear. The standard condiment containers, spare tire, boxes. They got extra points for a hi-lift jack they are completely unable to use not having all stock panels and bumpers, no hitch receiver even.


    Then saw this guy. Extra point for the RTT extending far enough behind the truck box it doubles as a short awning to keep the spare tire dry.

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    Was it this one I posted back at #583? Fuckin' baaaaller...

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  16. #2066
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    Quote Originally Posted by scmartin69 View Post
    Was it this one I posted back at #583? Fuckin' baaaaller...

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    I’m not digging the ballsack hanging shackles.

    But the hopped up aggro tire cayenne is making me hot.

  17. #2067
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    Quote Originally Posted by scmartin69 View Post
    Was it this one I posted back at #583? Fuckin' baaaaller...
    Haha, no. The one I saw was a pretty low key build aside from the roof rack. Offroad tires and maybe slight lift but no steel bumpers, tow hooks or rock sliders. So there's no way he could use the hi-lift jack, which is what made it amusing that he had it.

  18. #2068
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    I remember ketchup and guac ..

    But what are the yellow ones again?
    Chicken ramen? Nacho cheese that comes out of the pump thing at 7/11? Mustard?

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    north bound horse.

  19. #2069
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    Pretty sure that's plain yellow mustard
    Brandine: Now Cletus, if I catch you with pig lipstick on your collar one more time you ain't gonna be allowed to sleep in the barn no more!
    Cletus: Duly noted.

  20. #2070
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    It becomes Dijon once it has enough road grit in it

  21. #2071
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Striker View Post
    It becomes Dijon once it has enough road grit in it
    Pardon me, bro, but do you have any GOTOS Poupon?


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    If we're gonna wear uniforms, we should all wear somethin' different!

  22. #2072
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jong Lafitte View Post
    Pardon me, bro, but do you have any GOTOS Poupon?


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    Epic...

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  23. #2073
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    I score this eight points
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    Rack
    Traction plates
    Hoe with tines
    Luggage box (passenger side)
    Ladder on drivers side
    Snorkel (can’t see from pic)
    Street princess tires
    On back of tow truck

  24. #2074
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    i think those saddle bag things [ladder & box] are stock (or at least dealer option)

  25. #2075
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    I call bullshit on 59 mpg unless they mean 15 under its own power, and the flatbed takes it another 44

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