2013 Tundra and 2013 FWC Hawk $45k

MarcoCec

New member
Well cared for and ready to go. Sorry, cannot sell separately.

2013 Four Wheel Camper Hawk 7474HC-FD

Factory-installed:
Fantastic fans (2)
Rear wall steps
Mechanical camper jacks
80-liter Dometic 2-way refrigerator
Forced air propane furnace with thermostat
Screen door
Front-opening window
Thermal pack (insulation)
Front dinette with swivel table
200-watt global solar panels
Gooseneck reading lamp
Bed extendable to queen
Two-burner propane stove
18-gallon water tank/pump

Upgrades:
Aluminess bumper and boxes ($3400 new)
300-watt pure sine wave inverter
Extra USB outlets
2014 Wiring upgrade, Fridge vent, fan
100 Ah 12V LiFePO4 Deep Cycle Battery June 2021
Victron Solar Controller June 2021
8/2021 All gas lift assist (help lift the roof) replaced

2013 Toyota Tundra 4WD
5.7L V8, 6 speed automatic
About 82,000 miles

Factory Options:
Leather heated seats
Electrically adjustable seats
Memory package; 2 positions for driver’s seat, outside mirrors, steering wheel
Cruise control
Navigation
SXM ready
Backup camera
TRD offroad package
Rubber floor mats

Upgrades:
Titan 40-gallon fuel tank (Tundra stock = 20 gallons)
Wireless Air Gen 3 72000 Air bag suspension with remote
Extremeair frame- mounted compressor
Rear cab storage platform (plywood)
2/2019 new BFG all-terrain T/A KO@ E-rated (installed at 61K Miles)
9/2020 Bilstein 5100 series shocks and struts

Misc (things not attached to the vehicle):
Tailgate
Rear seat
subwoofer
Fiamma F325 awning
Camper jacks

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dstefan

Active member
How hard was the rear seat removal? I‘m thinking on it for my DC Tundra. Gotta bad back, so seems a bit challenging.

Nicely set up rig. Seems like a good deal — surprised you haven’t gotten any responses. GLWS
 

rruff

Explorer
How hard was the rear seat removal? I‘m thinking on it for my DC Tundra. Gotta bad back, so seems a bit challenging.
Took mine out... very easy to do, and it didn't cause any back spasms. Just remove the obvious bolts. There are two pieces, and I'd guess the whole thing is under 100 lbs.
 

MarcoCec

New member
How hard was the rear seat removal? I‘m thinking on it for my DC Tundra. Gotta bad back, so seems a bit challenging.

Nicely set up rig. Seems like a good deal — surprised you haven’t gotten any responses. GLWS
Like rruff said, not too hard. Been many years. Got a few gathering money. First with the cash gets it.
 

jeffgsd

New member
Can the camper be removed and put back easily? With the rear bumper box it seems not possible to get around unless you have to remove that as well. Ca you explain the process to do is if it is possible. Thank you!
 

MarcoCec

New member
Can the camper be removed and put back easily? With the rear bumper box it seems not possible to get around unless you have to remove that as well. Ca you explain the process to do is if it is possible. Thank you!
Possible, you need to remove the boxes and add an extension plate to the rear jack mount.
 
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