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post #11 of 14 Old 02-27-2017, 12:15 PM
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Have you looked at any of the pop-up campers, have a friend who had one on his 3/4 ton
GMC and he loved it. He left north Texas in April of last year and went all over Alaska
and back to Texas. A little over 10,000 miles, just him and his two pups. He carries a little
Honda Gen and he had a blast. Offhand I can't come up with any names for them. They
are low profile and that helps with MPG's. Just my 2 cents.
wife bought an Aliner last year. Like you said, pulls easy and not very big.
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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

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I have the Timbrens, on my F-350 and not real impressed with them. They may work better
on a SRW than they do on a DRW.

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