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my completed overlanding set up. At some point, when I have a minute I will list out everything in my set up. I'm pretty efficient and able to get everything needed in the back seat area for at least a 1 week overlanding trip. My bed is reserved just for the dogs so none of my setup goes in the bed.

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Awesome Build! Looks great and highly functional - outstanding!
 

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I'm slowly plugging away at building my JT very similar to the Wayout concept. Of course it's not going to be exact but some things I'm doing as close as possible.
Here is what I've done so far:

Installed Tazer JL mini
35" Nitto tires with fifteen52 Analog HD wheels.
DV8 steel bumper with Warn EVO 10K winch with synthetic line. Warn shackles & winch hook.
Custom Aluminum rack based off the Wayout concept but to accommodate a factory trifold Tonneau cover. Rack will be Line X'd next week. The upper support frame of the rack will have fittings so it can be filled with approximately 10 gallons of potable water.
Ikamper skycamp RTT with Line X shell.

Things still left to do:

Install cowl KC lights.
Install KC lights on the brush bar of the bumper.
Have the JT exterior wrapped exactly like the wayout concept.
Remove antenna and cover with Trail Rated badge.
Install lights into the bed rack
Remove all red Rubicon & jeep decals/emblems.
And I'm sure there is more I forgot to mention.

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Absolutely amazing so far. Following this thread.
 

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This pic shows how much overhang is needed with a rack supporting a RTT and it’s been my only concern - the height of the rack due to the RTT being longer than the box.

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My RTT has overhang too but I just moved it back so there is no air flow issues. Do you get blown all over the place in the wind or on the Highway?
 
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My RTT has overhang too but I just moved it back so there is no air flow issues. Do you get blown all over the place in the wind or on the Highway?
Not at all. I dont have any issues at highway speeds with windy conditions.
 

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