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These pics were promised about 6 months ago. Well...better late than never I s'pose.

1973 Dodge City
10' 9" 2200 lbs

12 volt on-demand water pump and 30-40 gallons of water storage
propane furnace (that'll cook your butt)
110/propane frig
water heater (plenty of hot water for your shower)
2 propane tanks

http://www.texas4x4.org/gallery/album15
 

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It should; YJ has a shorter wheelbase by nearly 10 inches. I sure hope it does. Then there's the weight factor: A Jeep ain't no Samurai (but my Sami wasn't a true lightweight).
 

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kling-on said:
need to make tool boxes in each side in the "dead" space
Only problem with doing that is I'll make TOO MUCH use of the space...it'll add more weight to the tongue, both the boxes themselves and all the crap I'll fill 'em up with. :)
 

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Jeepndav said:
But the bridge work and equilizer hitch would take care of that wouldn't it?
Theoretically, yes.

Perhaps a box on each side just for the rear 1/2 of the space. At least maybe it'll share the extra weight bewteen the front axle and the tongue.
 

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nice camper that will make a big diff when you wake up in the moring
 
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