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Old 01-08-2012, 11:12 AM
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Looking at purchasing a camper for my F150 in the near future. Looking at a something like a 24' toyhauler or a livin lite VRV. Just wondering what the members have and what you like and dislike about your camper(s).
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Well I don't have a toyhauler so what I say probably wont apply. After much research I ended up with a trailmanor camper. It is a type of popup, but it is not like a canvas one. It has hard sides and all the features of a tt. I got it because it is light, tow's great and has a low profile (when towing). Mine is 31' when open and 24' when closed.

http://www.trailmanor.com/WebDocs/fo...ing-index.html



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Old 01-08-2012, 11:43 AM
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show em all! Growing up my family always had a popup camper. Loved them. You could go anywhere, tow it with a moped and was alway cool even on hot days. On the downside we took a shovel for the bathroom and wind storms when popped up could ruin your day.
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show em all! Growing up my family always had a popup camper. Loved them. You could go anywhere, tow it with a moped and was alway cool even on hot days. On the downside we took a shovel for the bathroom and wind storms when popped up could ruin your day.
Actually my popup has a complete bathroom, including a shower. It also has a stove, oven, sink and a refrigerator. AC, heat and 2 KS beds. LOL it is the mac daddy of popups LOL
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My 2011 Bullet Premier. I bought my 2012 F150 to pull it. It weighs 6500 ready to camp.

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Actually my popup has a complete bathroom, including a shower. It also has a stove, oven, sink and a refrigerator. AC, heat and 2 KS beds. LOL it is the mac daddy of popups LOL
yeah, I was talking about the traditional pop up tent trailer. Some of those have bathrooms and even slide outs now.
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Taken a few weeks ago at the base of the Superstitions in Arizona. First trip out with the Trailer. I think this is a good sign.


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Taken a few weeks ago at the base of the Superstitions in Arizona. First trip out with the Trailer. I think this is a good sign.

Beautiful shot!
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26 foot terry travel trailer with a 4 wheeler and dirtbike in the bed. The air bags keep it level.
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I have a Outback 29BHS with super slide. Dry weight is 5950lbs. I love every part of this trailer and camping in general. The only thing that will change with the next camper is a solid wall between my bed and the rest of the camper. We have just the sliding curtain. It does not drowned out the kids cartoons in the morning from the bunkhouse. Oh well it is family time after all. Just does not have to start so early. The pic with the truck is it all loaded up for set up day for the season. All the supplies to build a deck with door for the screen room.
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