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I got into RVing as part if my rock crawling habit as they seem to go hand in hand.

It is so much better to stumble to the camper vs. driving to a hotel, and is cheaper to prep meals rather than eating out.

My newest set up is a 2004 Freightliner Columbia with a 9' flatbed and 3' removable extensions, and my camper/hauler.  The Bronco rides on the trailer when I'm towing, and on the flatbed when I'm bobtail.  I am absolutely loving this set up.


Anyone else into rock crawling or Jeeping?



I'm currently working on some minor upgrades and maintenance to the Bronco and giving a fresh coat of paint.



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