2-DR JK WRANGLER
The two-door? You dirtbag.
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But in fairness, how could you really prioritize extra space over the superior off-road performance of a shorter wheel base? You're here because you're the kind of Jeeper who is whack enough to think that a two-door wrangler is a big enough vehicle to sleep in. Well we were whack enough to try it and we're here to tell you that you're right.

"The fold out couch of overlanding"
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hover to deploy!

Not the spring in your side kind of sleep experience, but the convenience of having a bed when you want it and the useful space when you don't. 

Practicality in a two door.

We fought for all the space we could get in the two-door JK. With the rear seats removed and the fronts reclined, our two-door platforms span from your dash to the back glass - measuring 5'10" end-to-end with 18" of head clearance and space for two. The bed sits neatly behind the front seats when you're driving and can be deployed in less than a minute when you find the perfect spot. 

... 18" of headspace? Is that a lot? Well, no. Obviously not. But it is enough to sleep comfortably - roll over, stretch out, or even get creative with that special someone. Pop the roof off and see the stars if you'd like. And when it does come time to put your boots on and face the elements, well, we've got you covered there too. Flip the hatch lid and slide back down into the driver's seat. You'll have enough space there to get ready, have your coffee, read your book, or scope your route for the day - all with the bed still deployed. 

PREMIUM

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Assisted Lift Mechanism

Memory foam with fitted flannel sheets. LUXURY.

  3" Foam Bedding

This little guy keeps the platform lifted while you recline the seats. Nice to have unless you already have three hands.

  Panel Rail Linkage

Steel ball-bearing carriages assist in panel deployment while swing linkages lock everything down once in place. 

          

  Lift Stirrup

Go on and put your foot in there.

Takes the lifting load off the arms.

$1599

(6 WEEK LEAD TIME)

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Air-Sprung Hatch Door

The hatch! - a major boost to the practicality of the panel system - improving ease of entry and allowing you to sit up in the driver's seat with the bed deployed. 

ASSISTED LIFT MECHANISM

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To deploy the bed, you must first recline the front seats. That means lifting the panel assembly upward and holding it there while you pull the seat lever and push it back. Doesn't sound so hard until you realize that means pushing the bed up with one hand, pulling the lever with the other, and then pushing the seat back with . . . your head? 

The assisted deployment mechanism hoists the bed up to create clearance for the seats to recline and it holds it in that position until released. That means you can pull the seat lever with one hand and recline it with the other - no third hand necessary. 

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Assisted Lift Mechanism

Panel Rail Linkages

Driver-Side Hatch Door

Premium 3" Memory Foam Bedding

Fitted Flannel

Sheets

Two-Panel

Platform System

(6 WEEK LEAD TIME)

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$1,599

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see you out there.