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Old 02-20-2020, 10:00 AM   #1
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Bigfoot Truck Camper

I seen a Bigfoot as said in the title. I wasnt aware they made a truck camper. Just small TT was all i knew of. It looked heavy the SRW f350 was begging for mercy. Headlights to sky type thing. Are they as heavy as a Host Mommoth. Are they same quality.
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There are many different sizes and models of Bigfoot truck camper so to answer your question, I'd need a model number. I've had three so far....Bigfoot is a local companty and I've done work at their plant in the past; they are actually known primarily for their truck campers. I currrently have the largest truck camper they ever made which is a 30C10.11 c/w R12 insulation, basement, double pane windows, generator, microwave, skylight, awning, electric jacks, etc. etc......it's just about 4,000 lbs all loaded up and no, I wouldn't haul it on a SRW truck. My Ram is a 3500 dually and I've upgraded the overload springs.

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On the quality question, all RV's have the potential to have problems but Bigfoot truck campers are considered very high quality and are a premier brand. The only comparable unit IMO would be a Northern Lite and even then, it's a direct comparison to the Bigfoot 15 and 25 series......I'm not aware of another camper with the 4 season capability of the 30 series Bigfoot though I'm sure there may be such a thing.
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They are a great camper and I have had quite a bit of experience with them. The factory is like 15 km from our house. I like the smaller 9.4 SB but different strokes etc.

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They are a great camper and I have had quite a bit of experience with them. The factory is like 15 km from our house. I like the smaller 9.4 SB but different strokes etc.

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They are all good; In some ways I preferred my 25C9.6 to my 3000 series as it was smaller and lighter but it's hard not to like the dry bath, bigger bed, generator, etc. etc. that the 30C has......all good and like all things RV, no perfect one for everybody.

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They are all good; In some ways I preferred my 25C9.6 to my 3000 series as it was smaller and lighter but it's hard not to like the dry bath, bigger bed, generator, etc. etc. that the 30C has......all good and like all things RV, no perfect one for everybody.

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