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    Camping options.

    Looking at these bad boyz for my 05 Jeep Lj.
    http://napierenterprises.com/site/in...d=51&Itemid=32

    Used them before on pickups and they are excellent and much warmer and drier than sleeping on the ground.


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    I have an enel tent and love. I really like it because there is no floor in it.

    http://www.enelcompany.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbrich View Post
    I have an enel tent and love. I really like it because there is no floor in it.

    http://www.enelcompany.com/
    Guess what I picked up at Cabelas today for my Tundra????



    Fits under the back seat when stored too! I'm diggin it!

    I have a regular tent. I guess that's good enough for the Jeepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbrich View Post
    I have an enel tent and love. I really like it because there is no floor in it.

    http://www.enelcompany.com/
    tell me a little about it.


    I'm very interested. Is it easy to set up? does it seal around the top of the bed easily? This woud be very useful for keeping allof your things under the bed platform so that its not taken while you sleep. most camping places are safe but ya never know- i had a full cooler of beer stolen one time that sucked a$$. I'd make some kind of rolling surface for the bottom of the truck to store things and keep them dry.

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    I'll take pics in three weeks....

    Hope it rains!

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    I the first time I used my was back in the spring right before Austin got rained on. The first night it held up against 3 inches of rain, never got a drop of rain on me. The second time I used it, I was camping on the Guadalope and it rained, three people had truck tents, two had the Napier tents and I had my Enel tent. Both of the napier tents took on water and collected in bottom just like a regular tent, this one of reason why I dislike the Napier tent design because of the floor. My tent got condisation on th inside but it just ran down the side, into the bed and out on the ground. I built a platform for my truck because sleeping on the ridges suck ass and it also kept me dry. That day was first I took on water, but the tent did exactly what it was suppose to do, kept me dry.

    Setup for my tent is very easy unless you are color blind, all of the poles and sleeves are color coded, it takes me about 15 minutes to put it up. Most of the time is spent adjusting the straps for a perfect fit.
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