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Old October 5th 20, 08:09 AM posted to rec.autos.4x4
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Default Sleeping in a Pathfinder?

On Thursday, June 6, 2002 at 4:35:15 PM UTC-7, Blair wrote:
> Folks-
> I'm thinking of moving from a light pickup to the SUV, but I car camp
> often for the outdoor "Sports" I do and I really don't think the "Utility
> Vehicle" will work without modifications.
> I'm 5'7", wife is 5'2". With the seats down, diagonally *may*
> work. Anyone comfortably camp in a Pathfinder/4Runner?
> Seat bottom removal? 8" air mattress? Platform?
> Thanks for any ideas.
> Blair Hanna
> Fort Collins, CO

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