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Old 05-22-2019, 06:07 AM   #61
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I normally camp in my JKU with an RTT on top but recently bought a 2dr for my son. I tried my MORryde Trail Kitchen in the 2dr to see how it would fit, in case Robert wants to use the kitchen in his 2dr for tailgating or fishing trips.



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The full kitchen with drawers and running water would fit but I didn't install that just for this quick test.





The back seat needs to be out, but there's still room between the kitchen and front seat for storage.



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When we had the 2-door, we started with a ground tent but found it limiting.
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Old 05-22-2019, 09:17 AM   #63
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I normally camp in my JKU with an RTT on top but recently bought a 2dr for my son. I tried my MORryde Trail Kitchen in the 2dr to see how it would fit, in case Robert wants to use the kitchen in his 2dr for tailgating or fishing trips.



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The full kitchen with drawers and running water would fit but I didn't install that just for this quick test.





The back seat needs to be out, but there's still room between the kitchen and front seat for storage.

Which Dometic fridge is that one the 65?
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Which Dometic fridge is that one the 65?
It's a 35.
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@jscherb did Morryde ever come out with the aux battery set up for the deepcycle battery in the back?
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@jscherb did Morryde ever come out with the aux battery set up for the deepcycle battery in the back?
The last I heard was that the power panel and charging system were both ready to go into production and that they were waiting on a supplier to deliver one of the components before they could start production. I'll see if I can get an update.

For those who don't know what we're talking about, to go along with the Trail Kitchen (or to be used with any other fridge setup), MORryde will be offering a Power Panel and a Charging System. The Power Panel, a prototype of which is pictured below, can be connected directly to the main battery or used with a kitchen battery (as I do). It has two power outlets, two USB outlets and an ammeter and voltmeter for monitoring the battery.

If a kitchen battery is used, the charging system can keep that battery charged - when the Jeep is running the battery gets charged, when the Jeep isn't running there's no connection to the main Jeep battery so there's never a danger of the fridge running down the main battery. In the photo you can also see my fridge battery in the background, it's a $100 deep-cycle marine battery from Walmart. It's kept charged by a prototype of the MORryde charging system.

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thanks I really would rather have a set up where the fridge battery is in the back vs a genesis dual battery system.
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thanks I really would rather have a set up where the fridge battery is in the back vs a genesis dual battery system.
You can put the fridge battery in the unused space over the inner fender right next to where the fridge/kitchen will be.





I don't have a photo of the battery and the fridge/kitchen in at the same time, but the battery would go over the inner fender to the left of the kitchen, just in front of the roll bar.



The tray the battery is in is a prototype and hopefully will be on the market soon. It's intended for ammo cans but works very well for a battery too.

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You can put the fridge battery in the unused space over the inner fender right next to where the fridge/kitchen will be.

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The tray the battery is in is a prototype and hopefully will be on the market soon. It's intended for ammo cans but works very well for a battery too.

I know exactly where I want the battery, just waiting for it to come out. Tell them to hurry up
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I have no current need for a battery tray but I want one, may need one in the future dont ya know. A good use for the space behind my spare.

Besides I could always use a good place for another ammo can.
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I have no current need for a battery tray but I want one, may need one in the future dont ya know. A good use for the space behind my spare.

Besides I could always use a good place for another ammo can.

I have a meeting on Monday with a company that I think will be interested in manufacturing/marketing the ammo can/battery tray. Hopefully it will be on the market soon.

The tray with 2 30 cal cans in it...

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So clearly my set up is not worthy.
But thought I'd chime in on the rear hitch rack. (We camp with my dogs so I need the rear cargo space.) We have two action packers and a cooler that fit perfectly on the rack. (It's not the cheap Harbor Freight one which I do not recommend.)
Rightline Gear bags are a great way to use the over-wheel space in a 2 door. I can cram a TON in those.
Also the Bartact seat covers allow room for a ton of other small stuff
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I might be a woman but I don't pack THAT heavy.
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So clearly my set up is not worthy.
But thought I'd chime in on the rear hitch rack. (We camp with my dogs so I need the rear cargo space.) We have two action packers and a cooler that fit perfectly on the rack. (It's not the cheap Harbor Freight one which I do not recommend.)
Rightline Gear bags are a great way to use the over-wheel space in a 2 door. I can cram a TON in those.
Also the Bartact seat covers allow room for a ton of other small stuff
It looks practical but I wan't be able to hit the trail and not worry about the overhang of the hitch rack.

I'll be getting another dog at some point in the near future and I'm most likely going to add a Gobi rack and move most of the cargo to the roof. I'll still have enough space to keep a fridge or cooler in the back but that's about it.

Or I'll just get a Gladiator (for the dog) .
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When I go camping, I don't like anything that would be jeep dependent. All my gear is taken out of the jeep so I can wheel without the stuff bouncing around or rattling. Those roof tents look cool, but I don't like the idea of that weight up high and having to tare down and set up daily. (don't do overlanding)

Also I am kinda lazy when camping so I don't like a lot of time messing with tent poles and all that hassle. Currently I have 2 tents and they both are the quick setup type that open like an umbrella. I usually take the 6 man tent for the room and the availability to stand up in it. The smaller 2 man tent is for a quick one night stay. Also a canopy tent, tarps and cloths-line in case rain is in the picture.

I researched hiker air mattresses and purchased one based on their recommendations. Inflated it is only about 2" thick but it is very comfortable. 2 sleeping bags zipped together so it is like a queen size. Usually food that needs cooking is eaten only the first 2 days unless I can get more ice. Cook over the fire.

The 2 door jeep has the back seat out and a Jeep Backbone enclosure installed. The canopy tens and folding chairs stay on top because they are used often on the beach. When camping all the tent, sleeping bags, and other gear is strapped on top of the enclosure. Underneath is the ice chest, tools, recovery gear, and duffel bags with cloths. I also have a hitch mounted cargo rack, but haven't needed it cor camping yet. Mainly use it for hauling a fire pit and wood on the beach.
K.I.S.S. No need for anuthing whatsover pictured above this post. Pack a tent and a bag and a cooler. Guess what, your camping!!
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K.I.S.S. No need for anuthing whatsover pictured above this post. Pack a tent and a bag and a cooler. Guess what, your camping!!
Jeeps and campers are all different. Just because you enjoy basic camping doesn't mean that's what "camping" should be defined as. I love to cook- so figuring out what yummy stuff I can make over a big ass wood fire is a challenge and fun. Making campfire chili while kicking back in the woods vs. being stuck indoors in a kitchen is nirvana. I love it when people laugh at all the crap I bring- and then tell me they're eating the best burger they've ever had.
But a 40 ft. RV...now that's NOT camping. LOL
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It looks practical but I wan't be able to hit the trail and not worry about the overhang of the hitch rack.

I'll be getting another dog at some point in the near future and I'm most likely going to add a Gobi rack and move most of the cargo to the roof. I'll still have enough space to keep a fridge or cooler in the back but that's about it.

Or I'll just get a Gladiator (for the dog) .
That hitch rack sits a lot higher than it looks in the picture. My driveway is sloped so the angle is wonky. It has an angled tube so it sits higher than the cheap Harbor Freight ones.
Don't get me wrong- I wouldn't be doing John Bull in Big Bear with it on. But to get to any typical campsite off a fire road or even a mild trail it's done fine.
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Jeeps and campers are all different. Just because you enjoy basic camping doesn't mean that's what "camping" should be defined as. I love to cook- so figuring out what yummy stuff I can make over a big ass wood fire is a challenge and fun. Making campfire chili while kicking back in the woods vs. being stuck indoors in a kitchen is nirvana. I love it when people laugh at all the crap I bring- and then tell me they're eating the best burger they've ever had.
But a 40 ft. RV...now that's NOT camping. LOL
Using a big RV or fancy trailer is usually referred to as "glamping". Short for glamorous camping I guess.

To each their own and if you enjoy bringing a mobile home with you when you enjoy the outdoors, more power to ya. But I have to snicker a little when they say they're "camping".

Still in all, I don't primitive camp any more. There's a cot in my cabin tent and I stay at improved locations with flush toilets and showers. So I'm not as "rugged" as the "true campers" myself any more.
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Using a big RV or fancy trailer is usually referred to as "glamping". Short for glamorous camping I guess.

To each their own and if you enjoy bringing a mobile home with you when you enjoy the outdoors, more power to ya. But I have to snicker a little when they say they're "camping".
Now that hurts. lol.

As much as I love RV'ing, I am now planning to do some Jeep camping. I have a Dometic fridge, tailgate table and cot. Will be picking up a cabin tent soon enough. I hope to get in a two week trip to Colorado this year with just the Jeep and tent.
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Now that hurts. lol.

As much as I love RV'ing, I am now planning to do some Jeep camping. I have a Dometic fridge, tailgate table and cot. Will be picking up a cabin tent soon enough. I hope to get in a two week trip to Colorado this year with just the Jeep and tent.
I forgot to mention that I have an ARB fridge in my Jeep too. So I'm not a "real camper" when you compare me with the true rugged campers that take almost nothing out into the wilderness.

But as long as you're having fun doing what you do the way you want to do it, more power to ya.
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Yep. I love to do it this way, but that doesn't mean I wouldn't tow my Jeep behind a 45ft Newell motor coach if I could afford it.

PS. That pink bag is my daughter's! We were on a father/daughter trip to Yellowstone. I could still see out the back window until she put her stuff in it.

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Jeeps and campers are all different. Just because you enjoy basic camping doesn't mean that's what "camping" should be defined as. I love to cook- so figuring out what yummy stuff I can make over a big ass wood fire is a challenge and fun. Making campfire chili while kicking back in the woods vs. being stuck indoors in a kitchen is nirvana. I love it when people laugh at all the crap I bring- and then tell me they're eating the best burger they've ever had.
But a 40 ft. RV...now that's NOT camping. LOL
I hear ya loud and clear. Both of my boys all the way through cub scouts then Boy Scouts. I was the camping director all those years. From primitive camp to winter camp. I have done more camping than Jeremiah Johnson. My point was that you don't need anything whatsoever hanging off, bolted, hinged, etc. If you like it then do it, but realize its just for giggles. Like the guy at the Overland Expo with the 12 man tent on top of his jeep. Very cool, photogenic but yes extreme. Just buy the motorhome and call it a day!
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I've got a wife, 2 kids, and 2 good-sized dogs (and of course a 4-dr vs 2-dr). I have nothing of value to add here, but am insanely jealous of all of you.

My camping setup, btw:
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I've got a wife, 2 kids, and 2 good-sized dogs (and of course a 4-dr vs 2-dr). I have nothing of value to add here, but am insanely jealous of all of you.

My camping setup, btw:
Nice set-up!
I agree- I am looking at those photos and thinking "man, I suck. I just have a rack. Need to up my game!". And then I think....potty. And shower. Where are those cabins again?
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Nice set-up!
I agree- I am looking at those photos and thinking "man, I suck. I just have a rack. Need to up my game!". And then I think....potty. And shower. Where are those cabins again?
You can take them with you.
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When backpacking in my younger days, if you didn't pack it in on your back, you're "not really camping". Now I guess if you didn't stuff it in a 2 door Jeep, you're "not really camping".
I get it.
We still call this camping, just in an older 2005 RV. You can call it whatever you want. Stop by anytime for a frosty beverage over ice and let me have it!



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Some of our group camped Memorial Day on a friend's acreage in the mountains.
Several different methods of "camping" ranging from ground tent to teardrops to RV condo trailers.
Run what ya brung, I say. No whining. It was hot as blazes and I had to shoot a big rattlesnake.

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When backpacking in my younger days, if you didn't pack it in on your back, you're "not really camping". Now I guess if you didn't stuff it in a 2 door Jeep, you're "not really camping".
I get it.
We still call this camping, just in an older 2005 RV. You can call it whatever you want. Stop by anytime for a frosty beverage over ice and let me have it!

No need for a frosty beverage, although I wouldn't turn it down.

You had me at bacon!

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