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Join Date: Apr 2016
Location: Auburn WA
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I like the pop up campers. No high center of gravity. I actually started building a pop up that is yet to be finished as I wanted more room and build a full trailer with same aluminum construction.
I did use the small pop up a few times as I threw a temporary roof overhead. It's full insulated but I do plan to build a slide up top for it for a full 6' ceiling.
I see a lot of the Alaskan pop up campers around town.
The Lance's see to be a decent bang for the buck camper. My uncle has had one for over a decade that pretty much stays mounted to his 02 350 SRW
97 4x4 Eaton supercharged 7.3, S369sxe R&D IDI performance T4 mount, my B350/200s, my tuning, honey badger SR hpop, efuel, Valair Ceramic single, BMW M3 bucket seats, SKY 5" RSK/Skyjacker TTB , SKY RFK & shackles, Toyo M/T
1948 GMC 4-53T Detroit, 1945 Chevy rat rod dually 4-51 Detroit, project mean green 8V53 Detroit, 1951 Mack A51T
Last edited by SuperchargedPSD; 02-27-2017 at 05:52 PM.