Thanks, once I remove the tailgate, I'll see how I can mount something like this and possibly get a plate fabricated so I'm ready to accommodate this. Once the tailgate is remove and the camper installed, it might be harder to get this done.
So, I just ordered a FWC Hawk to go into my 2018 Toyota Tundra which has a backup camera in the tailgate. Part of the installation process for the FWC Hawk is removal of the tailgate. While I've never had a backup camera until the last 3 months, I'm starting to get used to it and like it.
Purchased new in 2Q16 for $449
Selling for $250
Location is Helena, MT, but I can ship it if needed
The battery that I have installed in it needs to be replaced, but I have decided to take another approach to my power needs.
Now that I'm in Montana and it was raining/cold when I was camping last weekend, this now has a higher priority for me. I like your idea and will see how it works or if I need to combine it with my prior idea that included some PVC pipe. The PVC pipe would just add some form to the tarp.
Ok, thanks. I am clear now, thanks for all the input. Not even going to attempt it. When my lead acid in my ArkPak dies, probably a Li replacement. By that time, that battery you sent the link to should be reasonable..... ;)
So, I already had a ArkPak 730 Portable Power with a Duracell Ultra Deep Cycle Marine & RV Battery SLI31MDC installed for my off-grid/solar setup and it worked fine, but it is heavy.
Recently, after reading about these Lithium jump starters and knowing that I'm moving to a cold climate and will...
I'm not sure where all the "fine aluminum powder" is coming from that's going to cover everything. I haven't had that problem. It might be conceivable that some powder could be generated I guess if everything slid around like crazy.
I built one of these once for car camping, but when it was all said and done, it was heavy (loaded or unloaded), unwieldy, and not rain proof. After a season or two and discovering this forum, I have since migrated my kitchen to an alu-box. When closed, it's rain proof and supposedly critter...
I really love this new version. It solves two problems by combining a hauler with the camping section. I've been contemplating my options when I need to replace my truck and with this, I could just get something like a Toyota 4Runner instead.
Having an airstream and touring an Oliver Travel Trailer in person, it's night and day difference between how capable they are of going on any type of rutted road. The Oliver has high ground clearance and is much more well designed. If I were ever to buy one again, it would be the Oliver. I...
I have a ARB fridge freezer 50QT 10800472.
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The dc cord is p# 10910076 and lists for $22.00. It can be ordered through 4 Wheel Parts or most 4x4 shops.
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So far, when I've been camping and it's raining, it's been mostly during the night or not an all day rain where it has not been an issue. There is a triangular window that has a cover that I leave cracked and that with the ceiling fan is enough ventilation so far. Also, the roof does overhang...
I'm not sure on the first choice what you mean by "mixed messages about issues during rain". I have a Grand Raid XL and no issues during rain. Yes, I don't have an awning, but that's because I haven't fabricated a solution for myself yet.