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Here is some helpful info for you.....
As far as the camper goes, Per my local DMV, is has to be "permently" mounted. As most of the people who work there are not gear heads usually the "C" clamps the shell comes with count and you will not have to drill holes through your bed. Depending on who checks you out a tonnuoe (sp) cover can count as it closes off access to the bed. For those of us that have the bed covered and will need to take off from time to time, the is a way slightly around the the law, more of a visual thing....
Standard issue commercial (aka pick-up) plates were 1 number, 1 letter, 5 numbers; the new ones one 5 numbers, 1 letter, 1 number.
Standard issue private (aka car or SUV) plates were (and I think still are) 1 number, 3 letters, 3 numbers.
If you change your registration from commercial to private you will get issued new plates showing the private numbering sequence and if you take your bed bed cover off, you are a dead give-a-way to any passing cop.
The way around this is to get customized plates. You will still be registered as a private vehicle and IF you get pulled over will have to do some explaining to avoid a large ticket BUT you will not be a quick easy view for cops driving around or behind you at a stop sign.
Edge juice w/attitude CTS
MBRP 4" Turbo back straight pipe
Riffraff F-650 under dash
Full air system
Air lift bags
B&W turnover ball
26 pass tranny cooler
Riffraff intake boots
Need- (pm me if you have any to part with)
Small center bed section