I did a write up on a diesel heater in my Flippac on a Tacoma and why I chose it even though the truck is gas. I hope you find it of use.
Being that the unit is mounted in the cab, minimal ducting was required. Ideally you want the inlet air to come from the cabin so it doesn't have to warm up the outside air but since the heater is already inside the camper, no ducting was required. For the warm air, I didn't want the...
A 7L fuel tank is included with the planar kit. It has a barbed fitting for the outlet on the back and the cap is vented. I considered many options but to get it up and running I decided to give the included tank a chance. I made brackets to mount it to the bed rails, again out...
In researching how I wanted to heat the Flippac camper I found much information about heater selection and options but not too much information about installing them in pickup based campers. I hope this gives you some ideas. I'd also like to share some of my thought process and research but I...
understandable. It would be super simple to install though and I think it would double as storage. With these trucks, as I'm sure you are fully aware of, it's hard to find a good spot to put a second tank.
We are trying to gauge interest for a custom secondary fuel tank that could take the place of or double as a tool box.
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