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Simpson Series III Roof Top Tent from ARB USA

Simpson Series III Roof Top Tent from ARB USA

AIRLOCKER, INC.
4×4 Accessories
720 SW 34th Street
Renton, WA 98057
Tel. 425 264 1391 | Fax: 425 264 1392
www.arbusa.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Seattle, February 5/ ARB 4×4 Accessories/ — ARB is proud to announce the impending release of the Series III range of Simpson tents, annex, awnings and various accessories. With over six months of re-design work and moving to a new factory for improved quality assurance, the Series III tent incorporates an updated design and new materials for better strength, rigidity and water resistance.
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Capitol Forest opens May 1 for camping, ORV & horses

Capitol Forest opens May 1 for camping, ORV & horses

From the Washington Department of Natural Resources in Olympia
ORV and horseback riders and campers longing to get out and play in Capitol Forest this April will have to wait another month. The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), which manages the forest, has permanently changed the opening date to May 1.
The decision to move the date back one month came about last year as a result of discussions with representatives from user groups in the area and feedback from …

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ARB Simpson Series II Roof Top Tent

ARB Simpson Series II Roof Top Tent

UPDATE: ARB has released a new version of the tent, keep reading here for my experience with the Simpson II then go HERE to read about the Simpson Series III
We recently had a chance to get one last weekend of camping in.  We were heading east to the Naches River Valley to participate in a Backroad Drivers Northwest tour.  This tour was of the Clemen Mountain (ridge) area just east of the Naches River and the town of Nile.  The …

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Off-road Tent Trailer Build, Part 2

Off-road Tent Trailer Build, Part 2

Now that the trailer has been completed and test I thought I would finish up the trailer build with some finished pictures, a recap of features and parts used as well as a summary of the trailers performance.
We recently completed a 1625 mile trip (about 100 miles on dirt/gravel roads) to Idaho.  The full write-up is HERE.
The only changes I need to do to the trailer is to change the axle from spring under to spring over.  Once fully loaded …

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Owyhee Sheep Camp Expedition, Part 3

Owyhee Sheep Camp Expedition, Part 3

After our two nights at Boni Spring we decided we would visit Silver City before heading north to find our last campsite of the trip. After a hearty breakfast of corned beef hash and eggs we broke camp. While David and I finished packing everything into the trailer and truck Mom took Farron for a walk down the road. I guess it took us a while to finish loading as we found Mom and Farron nearly a mile down the …

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