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Old 12-27-2008, 07:02 PM   #1
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Pop Up camper ( soft side upper )

looking for input on a pop up camper, will be going into a 2002 ford ranger ( edge model ) have looked at Phoenix and Four wheel campers, will also be pulling a trailer with a Can Am Spyder behind. Any and all information you kind folk could assist with and or provide would be greately appreciated. Thank you and HAPPY HOLLIDAYS. ( Canada )
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looking for input on a pop up camper, will be going into a 2002 ford ranger ( edge model ) have looked at Phoenix and Four wheel campers, will also be pulling a trailer with a Can Am Spyder behind. Any and all information you kind folk could assist with and or provide would be greately appreciated. Thank you and HAPPY HOLLIDAYS. ( Canada )
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Old 12-28-2008, 02:56 PM   #3
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The current issue of Pop Up Times magazine features several small soft top popup campers that may interest you. You can view the magazine free online at put.com.
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Old 12-28-2008, 06:08 PM   #4
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First, Howdy and Welcome to Irv2.com

A few things you need to watch would be what is the max tow rating of your truck, since you say your going to tow another trailer also? And a few things to consider for the trailer along with what can you tow, is What you need. How many dose it need to sleep, Will you need heat or air conditioning, and what type of camping will you do? (boondocking or hook ups) Let us know.

Something I have always advised is find a RV show close by where several different manufactures will be present for a real look and know what you want so you can see what you will need the find the price range you need.

Good luck, take your time and find what you want.
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Not all states allow double towing...better check that out first.
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pop up truck camper decision.

Just got to this site and registered so I'm still learning and finding my way around. I want to purchase a pop-up slide in truck camper for my 2002 ford f-350 crew cab long bed power stroke. Looking at Northstar t-800 and northstar t1000, anybody know about these and similar choices? I want to buy used and under $10,000.
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Old 06-16-2009, 10:23 PM   #7
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Just joined a few minutes ago as well. I have a 1996 Jayco 8' that I purchased new. It is in very good condition. I stepped up to a 98 Lance Squire 5000, 9' 10". I live in Seattle WA and will be listing it on craigslist this wekend for $5800.00. The popup is a great camper.

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