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Old 08-12-2014, 11:51 PM   #2891
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This one is going to be a little bit different. It's my F150 hauling a small camper that I made myself ou of plywood. I don't vacation in it often, but I have used this little unit (which I'm still trying to fully furnish with all the necessary things found in a camper) as my summer housing when I go to work in a remote spot, call it a 3 month vacation from college


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This was the only good photo I had of both the truck and camper. If wanting to know what's inside, there's a bunk and a few shelves. But aside from that, I haven't found the extra money to add anything else.

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wow that's cool
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Now that's ingenuity. ..it's a great starter.
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Looks a little heavy, maybe get a weight distribution hitch!!! Ha ha, j/k!
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Those are what I bought, Best $30 I've spent.
Those are cool. What are they called?
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Just got to the site for the weekend. Staying at Burlingame state park in Ri.
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My buddies have added them.

We get the 16.5' rolls off amazon, they are water proof, flexible with 3m backing. There is a perfect spot to stick them under the awning. One just did down the awning and the other friend came down both tracks and across the top. They got the RGB and remote so they can switch colors.
If you attach them out at the awning, then they roll up with the awning correct? Then how does the electrical connection work as it will twist with the awning roll-in?

Can you provide a link to the ones you bought on Amazon and any closeup pictures of the mounting?

I would love to have these!!!
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Amazon.com: SUPERNIGHT® 16.4ft 5M Waterproof Flexible strip 300leds Color Changing RGB SMD5050 LED Light Strip Kit RGB 5M +44Key Remote+12V 5A Power Supply: Home Improvement Amazon.com: SUPERNIGHT® 16.4ft 5M Waterproof Flexible strip 300leds Color Changing RGB SMD5050 LED Light Strip Kit RGB 5M +44Key Remote+12V 5A Power Supply: Home Improvement
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