Similar setups in a Flippac were rated to 160lbs (I think) and were made of metal, but I’m not sure if the limiting factor was the metal or the fabric or the attachment points. With that additional leg, yours looks more robust.
I received my ePVC sheet and agree that it requires some protection. I’ll be doing bedliner (Monstaliner) on the floor and vertical surfaces and carpet on the bench tops.
I also considered laminate or coin floor and think those are great options too.
You route the hose from the heater outlet or silicone elbow up into tent portion?
Sanity check. I’m planning on having my heater push hot air out near the floor of the truck bed and I’m hoping convection will keep the tent portion warm.
Thanks for sharing your experience.
Brand new in box Eberspächer D2 Heater with DigiMax controller.
This is the model you can add a high altitude kit onto (not included).
Prefect for your RV, trailer, or van. Throw it in a toolbox to use with your RTT or tent.
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