011 – Max’s 2022 Jeep Gladiator

This is Max’s 2022 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon. It’s almost brand new and already has a lot of exploring under its belt. This Gladiator is mostly stock but that’s the whole point of the Gladiator, you don’t need a lot of modifications to be ready for a lot of adventures.
Max usually travels solo and loves getting away from crowds and popular campsites.

Let’s see how this rig is built!

Build Details

2022 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon

Mileage: 5,000+
Engine mod: Stock
Exhaust: Stock
Front suspension: Stock
Rear suspension: Stock
Front Diff: Selectable locker, Stock
Rear Diff: Selectable locker, Stock
Diff Gearing: Stock
Brakes: Stock

Tires: Yokohama 35″ x 12.5″ R17″ GEOLANDAR M/T
Wheels: FUEL Off-Road Vector D579 Wheel, 17×9 – Matte Black
Skid Plate: Stock
Rock Sliders: Stock
Front Bumper: Stock
Rear Bumper: Stock

Winch: Badland Apex 12000
Air compressor: Viair 400P
Tire deflation: Boulder Tools Heavy Duty Rapid Tire Deflator
Recovery gear: Maxsa Innovations 20333 Escaper Buddy
Recovery jack: Powerbuilt 3 Ton, Bottle Jack and Jack Stands combined
Bedrack: RCI 12″
Rooftop tent: iKamper Skycamp Mini
Propane firepit: Kohree Propane Fire Pit for Camping, 58,000 BTU
Camp Stove: Fire-Maple “Fixed Star X2”

Other Equipment:
Dewalt cordless Chainsaw
Sunkoon Survival Shovel Survival Axe
Camping Folding Shovels Hatchet
Surviveware Comprehensive Premium First aid kit

Garmin inReach Mini
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
DJI Mavic Pro
DJI Mini 3 Pro

How did you discover overlanding?
My first overlanding experience was in Namibia (South Africa) back in 2013 – my friend and I rented an overlanding vehicle with the roof top tent and roamed this beutiful country for two weeks, and I was in love with overlanding since then.
Couple years later we did similar trip to Kenya and Tanzania.
I was always very interested in backpacking and camping, my favorite trails here in US were mostlly in Yosemite, I have also discovered most of the US National Parks.
I’ve been watching a lot of overlanding videos on YouTube and that was the main reason I decided to move forward and buy an offroad vehicle.

What is your favorite piece of overlanding gear you have?
For my favorite overlanding gear, the iKamper Mini roof top tent and portable propane fire pit are the winners!

Why do you overland?
Most of my trips are solo. It’s a perfect opportunity to have some real mental rest, enjoy the silence and the nature. I always avoid campsites in my trips, looking for remote dispersed camping destinations with no other people around.

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