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Old 07-31-2020, 06:47 PM   #1
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Take a quick look at this

This is described as a towable truck camper.

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Has some really nice features, but not sure I like the door in the rear. Most campsites you back into and there are times you are backed up to a tree or some other object. You would have to remember to keep the trailer pulled down to the front of the site a little. Plus you aren't walking out of the camper under the awning, so during some bad weather you will have to walk out the back, uncovered, and go to the side under the awning. Also, where are the hookups? When you walk out are you looking at the sewer hookup? I'm not sure how I feel about the "bunk" above the bed. Instead of a bunk you can probably still use it as storage, though not opening it in the conventional way. I think this would be a really nice camper for a couple, that want to do some traveling and be able to unhook and go out to explore the area they are staying. It was being referred to as being like a truck camper, which it does remind me of that. I had one of those in the late 80's and the biggest hassle was getting it in or out of the back of the truck., I never did that when actually camping. I packed up and left the campsite for the day, only to return and have to relevel the whole thing. So I can see where the concept is. It has it's good points.
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