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Hello everyone, I just joined this forum just now. I purchased a 2019 Honda Passport AWD EX-L back on Feb. 11th, 2019. I put a 1000 miles on it and started hitting dirt.

I’m coming from a 2015 Subaru Forester XT, lifted 2 inches, All terrain tires, full skid plates.

So far I’ve put 18 inch wheels, 255/60R18 all terrain tires and a engine/oil pan skid plate and a large cargo box to carry my full size spare tire, traction boards and other things. I’m waiting to get this thing lifted (hopefully 2 inches)

Check out my Instagram @JonDZ_Adventuring for my most recent video clips of my aero-stealth overlanding build and my most recent adventures.

I also make post videos on YouTube as a little hobby of mine.


 

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Welcome. I've seen your vids previously. Nice!

Post your build project in that subforum. (y)
 

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That was some pretty impressive off road action
 

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@Jondz , welcome to the board. I owe you a debt of gratitude for posting your video in Alabama Hills, it inspired me to follow in your wheel tracks and my wife and I had a blast camping there a couple of weekends ago. I'm new to the overlanding scene and I greatly appreciate learning from the experiences of others such as yourself, so thanks!

I'd like to hear your thoughts on your JSports Skid Plate as I think it's my next upgrade.
 

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1 more thing, like David above, would like ur .02 on the jsport skid/did u use the Pilot skid for the PP and the fit was good?
 

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Welcome Jon, yeah I checked out your vids too...

Seems like some great clean fun...!
 

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Hello everyone, I just joined this forum just now. I purchased a 2019 Honda Passport AWD EX-L back on Feb. 11th, 2019. I put a 1000 miles on it and started hitting dirt.

I’m coming from a 2015 Subaru Forester XT, lifted 2 inches, All terrain tires, full skid plates.

So far I’ve put 18 inch wheels, 255/60R18 all terrain tires and a engine/oil pan skid plate and a large cargo box to carry my full size spare tire, traction boards and other things. I’m waiting to get this thing lifted (hopefully 2 inches)

Check out my Instagram @JonDZ_Adventuring for my most recent video clips of my aero-stealth overlanding build and my most recent adventures.

I also make post videos on YouTube as a little hobby of mine.


Hello JonDZ, always very impressed with your offroading/Overlanding experiences, and thank you always for sharing! Question, now that you have gone many times Overlanding (offroading) with the PP, do you think it is a vehicle to keep and do mods to it? and or would you think differently if I want to go almost fulltime Overlanding, Alaska, South America, etc., pulling perhaps an offroad travel trailer such as the Airstream Basecamp X, I would be OK, totally, with the PP? I do not really care for rock crawling, etc., as much as actually being able to go to places that are off the grid as much as possible! Or would you move to a Jeep Gladiator (assuming I could do it of course)?
 
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