This is a little tongue-in-cheek, fun (hopefully) and, okay maybe a bit overly dramatic, video unveiling of our overlanding/camping rig.
We've named the Hummer H3T - Ike. (Because, "We like Ike!")
The Morris Mule Trail-Grade Trailer is - George.
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Ike is a 2010 Hummer H3T. The 2010 models were the last to roll off the assembly line. An inline 5-cylinder, 3.7-liter engine powers this midsize pickup. It is full-time four-wheel drive and has a 5-foot bed.
George is a Morris Mule trail grade trailer. The trail grade model has greater ground clearance, larger tires, and a longer tongue cargo area than the field grade model. It uses a Dexter's Torflex torsion axle. The inside cargo area is 38.5 inches wide, 59 inches long and 18 inches high. The cargo box, as well as the two jerry can brackets, are items we added to the front cargo area ourselves.
This rooftop tent, or in our case the trailer-top tent, is by Smittybilt Overlander Tent, model 2783. We took a leap of faith and bought this tent sight unseen. We wanted to look at them before purchasing, but there were none to be found in our area. The few online reviews we could find were favorable, so we took a chance. A deciding factor was also the relatively good price of $800 offered by one seller (at the time) on Amazon. So far, we have not been disappointed. This tent is well thought out and a bit roomier than expected. Thank goodness! Installation and walk-through videos of the tent are coming soon.
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