WY_CC , I commend you on your ingenuity! I had built something similar out of wood a number of years ago. I wished i had thought of the folding sides like you did! That camper was for a short bed ford 1/2 ton that I am still driving. The camper didn't last because i used inferior plywood from...
I have about 57,000 on a set of ATPs right now, and have noticed more noise here of late. They've been all around so good, i'll probably go with them aagin. I have been looking at the newer version of the AT3's available on amazon. They have a 60,000 warranty
I love the old school style to this build!
And i'll second what other people have said: don't look at the money you've spent as money lost. It's better than paying off a truck note, knowing that money is really lost. And its way more capable than anything Detroit offers these days.
Love the FSJs!
Well, I got it loaded, just a few things left here and there. It will be an evolving work from now on. The hard part is done. Now to take it out and see what works and what doesn't.
Loaded! by rdraider72, on Flickr
watching with anticipation! When i was a kid in scouts we had a 1958 chevy school bus. It was the coolest thing ever to go to camp in. Although a little short for me it would have made a great conversion. 454 with a turbo 400 tranny.