Overland Expo West May 17-19, 2019

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Whomever at Jeep came up with those integrated fuel can holders on the Wayout is genius! That should have been incorporated as an option package.



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Let me know if there are any specific pics anyone would like and Ill try to get them tomorrow when I go back.
It would be interesting to see what AEV is up to. (Especially now that their Brute is in production as the Gladiator.)
Maybe we will see an Outpost III.
 

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I am digging that metal "step" that has been added to the rear small side rock rail behind the rear wheel......
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It would be interesting to see what AEV is up to. (Especially now that their Brute is in production as the Gladiator.)
Maybe we will see an Outpost III.
Ill get some more tomorrow.
 

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No problem, I'll see what info I can gather on it tomorrow.
GREAT . . . I'll keep my hopes up that by the time the Expo is over and things have calmed, you;ll be able to download a bunch of stuff ! ?
 

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@NORDNDED thanks for all the pics - did you see any aftermarket tonneau covers for the Gladiator?
 

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these are amazing pics and options for the gladiator. i'm really looking forward to overland east this year. anyone else going?
 

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... (Especially now that their [AEV] Brute is in production as the Gladiator.)
Could not disagree with this statement more - two Completely different vehicles. One is a chopped-up Wrangler w/ a chopped-up frame, Wrangler suspension + a bed, the other is a pickup (frame & all) that looks like a Wrangler.
 

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these are amazing pics and options for the gladiator. i'm really looking forward to overland east this year. anyone else going?
Yep! And may even be doing a presentation on our latest trip if they accept it.
 

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Tried to get more info on the Lietner rack but they were not as interested in the customers as they were talking amongst themselves... maybe tomorrow when I go back. I did hear that it will be available in about 6 weeks.
That’s unfortunate that communication wasn’t what it might have been. Those pods are cool, but they are pricey for the storage space.Aluminum side boxes are way cheaper and stout.
 
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Could not disagree with this statement more - two Completely different vehicles. One is a chopped-up Wrangler w/ a chopped-up frame, Wrangler suspension + a bed, the other is a pickup (frame & all) that looks like a Wrangler.
All are steps required to go from boutique prototype to full scale production by a major manufacturer.
 
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