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Here's a photo of it. Sorry it took me forever to upload it, I'm pretty bad at posting on forums and remembering to do that!

Currently it's getting the Uneek 4x4 bullbar installed so I'll check a photo of that up later
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I thought I'd give an update to this thread finally.

I've been camping a few times now, I'm not a professional camper, more a "weekend warrior"! The jeep has been good. I usually just fold over the back seat and everything has fitted in fine. I've taken the swag, camping chairs, portable bbq, cooking stuff etc and it all fits in fine for 1-2 people. I think if I had a roof rack (still deciding on one that fits both the soft and hard top) you could squeeze in 4 people but i probably wouldn't do that!
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I dont use drawers. Instead I use plastic boxes. Kitchen stuff goes in one box, dry food in another and wet food goes in an esky.

Makes it easy to get to anything.
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I dont use drawers. Instead I use plastic boxes. Kitchen stuff goes in one box, dry food in another and wet food goes in an esky.

Makes it easy to get to anything.

Thats what I do too. Also I use a tent cot instead of a swag
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Thats what I do too. Also I use a tent cot instead of a swag
Yeah me too, i stack the tent cot and chair behind the front seats. Enough room to slide in and tie down cargo box and esky then I just dump a soft duffel pillows and stuff on top of those. Probably still left with close to half of the vertical space but this way I don't have to mess around with a cold rear window, and less gear for quick setup and packdown. Footwell shaped water tank would optimize it a bit more then I should be set.
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