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Let's See Your Beach Buggy

Let's See Your Beach Buggy




Here is mine:

2004 Nissan Xterra
All Recovery equipment roof mounted, I have a box on the roof that also carries my tow ropes shovel etc.
Side Tent for fishing on hot days.
5 Rod Mounted on the inside of the SUV
Need to build or buy Cargo Drawers to house all the fishing gear.

This vehicle is dedicated to beach driving and fishing and is not a grocery getter.






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Side Tent




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Fishing Gear




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Looking good Bill. Can't wait for your fishing reports.


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2014 Toyota Tacoma. My do everything buggy




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And the recovery gear under the rear seat...




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And a second spare....just cause. LOL

Yes, the entire rack is removable with four pins when I need the bed space.






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Take the hijack off the roof when you are not going out and have a chance to use it. It will leech as it rusts and eat the paint right off the side of your x-terra


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I’m in the process of converting this to be a better beach rig...




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Side Tent

Bill



Bill,

where did you find the side tent?


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Side Tent

Bill



Bill,

where did you find the side tent?

fredneck


Ironman 4x4. Make sure you anchor the poles down solid. It is great on a hot day, but the wind under it will make it fly pretty fast. I use 5 gallon paint buckets filled with sand to keep them anchored. Just empty the sand and throw them in the back when done.

Takes just 5 minutes to get it all set up


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Side Tent

Bill



Bill,

where did you find the side tent?

fredneck


Ironman 4x4. Make sure you anchor the poles down solid. It is great on a hot day, but the wind under it will make it fly pretty fast. I use 5 gallon paint buckets filled with sand to keep them anchored. Just empty the sand and throw them in the back when done.





Takes just 5 minutes to get it all set up


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Bill




Thanks Bill - i really appreciate it!



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It's not a dedicated beach cruiser, but I love my truck! 2012.




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Loaded with a few kayaks and my fishing buddy.




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Without the Yakimas.




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Possibly the best running and riding suburban ( our 5th) that we have ever owned.




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