Originally Posted by otto457
Little less accommodating than the camper trailers, but these are about the most beefed up trailers around.
Those are a great idea but after a rain you still have to pack up wet fabric. That annoys me 'cause the next time you set up it's already wet and likely to be as wet inside.
Further this is more extreme use than most people need. I'm interested in a camper that will handle rough gravel roads. I'm not going to customise a truck to haul it up the Himalayas.
The more I look at the concept of a camper durable enough to go off the paved road and withstand winter temperatures, the more I think I have to build it, if it's a trailer, or go with a F-450 and a slide in. Now to learn how to weld ...