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  1. landman

    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    Its funny how sometimes the cars we least expect from provide the most. I was a young boy and had Suzuki Sidekick as my first car. (To my regret) I treated it like ********, beat it on dirt roads daily (thought I was a rally driver), 4wd it super hard, looong road trips, rarely changed the oil or...
  2. landman

    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    I can‘t help you sir. From your post, the only source you believe is Consumer Reports. YET, you don‘t believe your own source in what they report and claim/deduced all on your own that “American made loyalists skew their reliability opinions.” You simply just cherry picked the reports from your...
  3. landman

    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    How did I miss-quote you?....I used the quote button! Just look at your two statements above.🤦‍♂️
  4. landman

    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    I wont EVER own a 7.3 for a million miles? https://leftlanenews.com/2011/05/05/2002-f-350-powerstroke-passes-1-million-miles-still-counting/ https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1411239-reality-of-a-1-000-000-mile-7-3-a.html (TONS of super high milage 7.3 in this form)...
  5. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    You are correct, I don‘t have clamps. I used big bolts to secure my Hiatus to the bed. See the below two pictures showing this. There are 5 large bolts each side. Since I was going to be doing extensive 4x4 trails, I wanted something more durable and reliable then clamps. Also the bolts are out...
  6. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    I have one Max Air Fan over the bed in my Hiatus Camper, thats all. I didn’t want a second fan because I simply didn’t need it. The Max Air fan + The two windows + The side panel that opens on the drive side = more then enough airflow for me. Also, I was originally planning on having a storage...
  7. landman

    RamCruiser...the build

    This is gunna be a killer build! Subscribed! Love your winch setup, might have to do something similar to my dodge. love seeing other dodges out there proving to be good platforms for off-road/overland.
  8. landman

    2014 RAM 2500 Laramie 6.7L Custom Capri Retreat Flatbed Camper

    For the love of god, someone buy this rig. Its so damn nice!
  9. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    I think once you stand in one and see how much visibility and airflow it has with the two windows (plus the other two on the doors) and popping side panel, extra windows seems like over kill. That’s just my speculating opinion on your question though.
  10. landman

    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    Bold talk there. Ford, Chevy, and Dodge all have great platforms out there (7.3s / F250 series, Duramax / Silverado, Cummins series to name a few). To use such a broad brush and claim these platforms have “typical nonsense“ and people should be “rightfully concerned“ is simply incorrect. These...
  11. landman

    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    Not looking anymore. I ended up going with a different platform. Low milage Tundras are mega hard to find.
  12. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    I’ve gotten a lot of requests on DM to make some videos showing the Hiatus in more detail. I am going to do a few for you all this week and post them by Friday. If any of you have requests of what you want to see in the videos let me know so I can include all of that.
  13. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    Great questions! Why did I buy the barn doors vs the tailgate style? A) I liked the look of the barn doors over the tailgate style. B) I liked have the ability to close one half (one side) of the entrance to the Hiatus for quick privacy. My kitchen area on the passenger side generally takes...
  14. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    Hahahaha :ROFLMAO::LOL: Thanks!
  15. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    Sorry for the later reply. Yup it’s 6‘ 6” on the inside - just measured it. So you should fit, but its a little close.
  16. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    Yea, being tall makes your options slim pickings to be honest. The inside of my Hiatus I think is 6ft 6inches.....I think. I will pop it later today and measure for you to be 100% sure. Ill get back to you with a report on that.
  17. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    Happy to answer any questions anyone might have. If you have any other questions just let me know. Thats an open invite to all of you out there.
  18. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    Thank you. Looking forward to your build thread on the Super Pacific! That should be interesting!
  19. landman

    The “Puller” Project

    Thats a great question. There‘s not one big single reason that I chose a Hiatus over and Four Wheel camper, but many small reasons. Here is a short list of those for you: 1) The price. I wanted something new, not used. So when comparing the price of the Four Wheel Camper (wether I buy it built...
  20. landman

    Hard-Sided Pop-Up Camper by Hiatus Campers

    A Hiatus Camper on a Gladiator would be an epic setup! I highly recommend contacting @HiatusCampers directly to chat with them. They can provide you with more pictures and information. Super-super nice folks.
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