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    Four Wheel Camper ‘Project M’

    Love this idea. I currently have a FWC Swift Shell mounted in my Tundra. It took some work but it was the idea I had in mind. Since I have a shell model this is the smallest and lightest camper they make.
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    Top three upgrades/modifications

    These items have been game changers in my camping experience: 1) Goal Zero Yeti Power Generators(I have a 1400 Yeti and 400 Yeti). 2) Indel B Fridge(not having to deal with ice is awesome). 3) Zodi hot water system(no one likes to camp dirty).
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    Bailey's 2010 Tundra w/ FWC | Adventure Build & Photos

    Man you are lucky to have the opportunity to work with Goose Gear on the rear seat delete. I love the way it's turning out. I guess I'll have to wait a while before they come out with a system for the newer Tundra?
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    Bailey's 2010 Tundra w/ FWC | Adventure Build & Photos

    Did you ever build out the back seat area for storage?
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    2019 Lexus GX460 Build

    Sexy!!! You guys did a really good job on that one.
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    Tundra vs F150

    Can someone with a lot of money and time simply buy both trucks and give them a good long term test. Please!!!
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    Tundra vs F150

    Based on your needs(more space for kids) I would get a CrewMax. You mention that you like the F150 because it has a locker but then say you are doing fire roads and not much wheeling. No need for a locker on fire roads. If you plan on keeping the truck long term I would get the Tundra hands...
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    New Northstar TC650 and 2013 Toyota Tundra

    A flatbed model FWC on a Tundra has been on my mind for a while now too. My only concern is MPG and overall rig size. I can get around 300 miles to the tank with my current set up. And then there is the size aspect of having a full size truck and living/traveling on the East Cost. Since you...
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    Bailey's 2018 Four Wheel Camper (Raven) - Build & Photos

    Things are looking good! How are you liking the Weboost? That's one thing I would like to add to my camper.
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    Four Wheel Camper Swift Build

    Although I've never had the camper weighed I estimate that it's closer to 1200lbs fully loaded for a winter trip and probably 1100lbs for a summer trip. This is the lightest shell model and FWC says it weighs around 795lbs when it was shipped to the customer. I've tried my best to keep...
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    NE Winter FWC

    Looks like you had quite the adventure. Did you leave any of the windows open to allow air to vent? I normally leave my bottom access ports open and at least two windows partially open with a 4 inch gap. Even on the coldest of nights that I've camped (-23 out in Kansas) I managed to stay warm...
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    Four Wheel Camper Swift Build

    Thanks man! I dig your build too...You guys do awesome work. A few weeks back we had a GTS lift added to our runner. Pete did a great job with the install and it was nice catching up with the others. One day maybe I'll check out the shop in NH.
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    Keeping the cruiser

    I'm sure we all do this. Heck, I have two brand new vehicles and I still want to change them out from time to time. It's the sad struggle that many of us have. Could I go out and get myself a new Power Wagon or Tundra this weekend, yes I could. But I would waste a lot of money. Unless your Land...
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    Four Wheel Camper Swift Build

    A few days ago I finished another project. Recently I purchased a set of Maxtrax and I needed a place to store them. I thought about adding a cargo box on top and storing them in there, but I don't think I'm ready to add anything to the roof yet. After looking at a few other ideas I ended up...
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    Roof Top Storage on Pop-up

    For now I've decided to hold off on adding a cargo rack on top. I recently built a mount that allows me to secure my maxtrax to the rear of the camper, so that takes care of that item. If I decide to go this route in the future I'll be sure to post up my thoughts here.