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EEXPDesertPhotoCheck out the following posts to discover all things EEXP:

EEXP: An Introduction

EEXP: Why?

Overland Expo 2014: EEXP Debut

EEXP: Does it Measure Up?

EEXP: Buckstop Classic Winch Bumper

EEXP: Warn 16.5ti Winch

EEXP: Maxtrax

EEXP: Bushwacker Fender Flares

SEMA NEWS: EEXP Featured Vehicle 2014

EEXP: For Sale

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Other EEXP Media:

Pintrest: EEXP Board

Instagram: #EEXP

OutdoorX4 Magazine Issue 13 FRONT & BACK cover

Autoweek Magazine Nov. 2014 Eternal Combustion Issue: “For Love Of Adventure” (pg. 36-37) (April 26, 2016): Need the ultimate adventure rig? Here’s your chance

FourWheeler Magazine (November 2016):  For The Long Haul: A fit-for-the-world Dodge Ram 2500 turbodiesel (July 15, 2016): A 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 That’s Built For The Long Haul

Alaska Magazine May 2015 Road Trip Issue: “The Road Less Traveled” (pg. 37-39)

Gizmag: Adventure Cubed: XPCamper carries your favorite gear around the world

Expedition Portal: Featured Vehicle: The Exploring Elements EEXP Adventuremobile

The Examiner: Standout Global Recreational Vehicles of 2014

The 4×4 Podcast: Episode 76- Exploring Elements XPCamper #EEXP

Off-Road Add-Ons Podcast: Episode 6- Exploring Elements Overland Explorer Bryon Dorr

Proven Overland: Featured Overland Rig- EEXP

Bushwacker: The Exploring Elements Dodge Ram XP Camper

PIAA: The Exploring Elements Overland Adventure Vehicle

PIAA: 2001 Dodge Ram EEXP Overland Update

Icon Vehicle Dynamics Gallery: EEXP Dodge Ram 2500

General Tire SEMA 2014: Video

Vehiclopedia HD: Video

SMAX Bros: Interview Bryon Dorr About Exploring Elements

Expedition Portal Build Thread: The EEXP is Born

Expedition Portal For Sale Thread: EEXP For Sale: 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins w/Custom Composite Camper


OSCARO Blog: Exploring Elements Changes The Brakes On Their Dodge Ram 2500

Outside Online: The Coolest Adventure Vehicles We Found at Overland Expo


A quick overview of the build:

Vehicle Dimensions: 8’7″ tall, 22’5″ long and 7′ wide

MPG: 14 avg


Exterior- Buckstop front bumper, Warn 16.5ti winch, Factor 55 ProLink XXL winch thimble, PIAA LED off-road & fog lights, Bushwacker Pocket Style front fender flares, Hi-Lift Jack Xtreme, Custom Hi-Lift cover, Icon 2.5” remote reservoir adjustable shocks, Hellwig 3,500 lb overload helper springs & rear sway bar, General Grabber AT2 285/70R17 tires, 17” Method “Standard” Wheels, ARB front diff cover, Full stainless steel Borla exhaust, Maxtrax sand ladders, 4 2-gallon Roto-Pax diesel fuel cells, adjustable custom rear aluminum bumper, locking under camper storage boxes, security lug nuts, custom aluminum rack custom mounted to the roof

Under The Hood- AirDog Raptor lift pump, upgraded Borgeson steering box & shaft, Synergy steering box brace, EGR braided Kevlar brake lines, upgraded to 2 group 31 batteries, ARB Diff breather kit, engine block heater

Interior- Edge CTS Monitor, removed rear seats & installed locking contractor box, Custom heated Wet-Okole Seat Covers, 4×4 Posi-Lock front axel engagement system


Weight- 1,289 lbs (weighed when manufactured)

Amenities- Reico Titan electric actuator roof raising system on remote control (provides 6’5” interior height when lifted), Pop-top tent features zippered windows/bug screens/Velcroed privacy covers, Two-way Maxxfan roof vent fan, Full sized (54”x75”) bed (3” thick cushions feature a 1” memory foam on top), 3 sided dinette, 30 gallon fresh water tank with electric pump feeding a Spinflow interior sink system & exterior shower, 3.8 gallon Dometic top load fridge, Dometic cartridge toilet, 255 watt solar panel, Blue Sea solar charge controller, 150 amp/hr house battery, Blue Sea engine battery isolator, 1,000 watt inverter, Webasto Dual-Top diesel hot water & air heater system, LED interior lighting, Dometic exterior legless awning, Seitz dual pane windows & skylight with integrated privacy & bug screens, 6 12v USB outlets, Torklift Glow Step accordion camper steps

Construction- Fiberglass & structural foam core panels seemed together to create a monocoque structure, on a 1” steel frame (in order to attach it to the vehicle)

Mount- 2 solid mounts up front (at original truck bed mount locations) with a custom single central pivot in the back (this 3 point system allows the vehicle to flex under the camper while offroading)

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