Yes it’s an early edition of the Columbus variant tent. It’s the smallest one they offer at 114lbs.
I’ve only camped a few times prior and wanted something affordable first before spending money on something bigger.
My tent is 114lbs...also no issues. I too have a moonroof. This is an auto home variant roof top tent. Bought it for $600 needed some TLC but we got it up and running no issues.
I have it sitting on a Yakima crossbars 50inch long. It’s just barley long enough for our awning. I’ll post a few more...
Sorry for the delay in my response. I did a DB test before and after the tire swap. There was no notable increase in DB. I really like the tires. We’ve taken the bronco to Tahoe 4x since getting the bronco and these tires are legit. We’ve also done some light off reading and have had no issues...
I’ve also found the new Smittybilt roof top tent. It weighs 94lbs without the ladder. I was also going to remove the mattress during drives to be safe.
haven’t decided but if you hear of an extra light roof tent please share.
Thank you for tracking this information down. In my research for a hard shell tent here is one example that is only 80lb.
my original hope was to have a clamshell tent like the falcon XL with additional rack on top to hold other gear.
I might need to scrape that idea and go with this one.
the factory tires were very skinny.
the Toyo open country were a needed change. They look really good,
no rubbing, no increase cabin noise.
I did a DB test before and after the new tires were installed both were on the hwy at speed. DB was 55-58
Just wanted to share my Bronco.
I was lucky to get the first one the San Francisco.
the Outer Banks is really great for people living in an urban area but want to go on adventures on the weekends.
having adventure in mind I did put some Toyo open country 235/65R 18 on my ride.
we’re in the...