2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport with 2018 Four Wheel Camper Fleet

bryans1992

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2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport with 2018 Four Wheel Camper Fleet – Bend, OR - $55,000

I’m the original owner of this rig and am sorry to see it go, our family is going to be outgrowing the Tacoma. This is a turn-key rig all set to become a mobile ski lodge in the winter or a cabin in the summer. I’ve spent the past couple winters trying to fine-tune the layout and accessories to maximize usable space / add as much convenience as possible and in my mind, I’ve gotten pretty close.

The Truck:
  • 2017 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab TRD Sport 4x4 – 6 Speed Manual – 81k Miles
  • Bilstein 5100 2” Lift Kit
  • Custom Rear Leaf Springs by Boise Spring Works
  • Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac Tires, Size: 285/70/17
  • Fuel Enduro Matte Black Wheels, Size: 17x9, -12 Offset
The Camper:
  • 2018 Four Wheel Camper Fleet Shell with the following options:
  • Mesa Silver Spur Exterior Siding
  • Aluminum Jack Brackets
  • Mechanical Camper Jacks (Like new, always stored inside and never kept on the camper while driving)
  • Yakima Roof Rack Tracks
  • Fan-Tastic Vent Fan
  • Extra Roof Vent
  • Two 12-Volt Deep Cycle Batteries
  • Furnace System w/Propane Tanks
  • Rear Wall Steps
  • Thermal Pack
  • The camper is also built out with a number of customizations:
  • Yakima 70” CoreBars / Mounts
  • Back-up Camera
  • 100 Watt Solar Panel / Charge Controller
  • ARB 37 Quart Fridge
  • Custom Front Dinette with Lagun Table
  • Custom Cabinetry with fold up table that maximizes space on the interior. Shelving is also easily accessible while standing outside of the camper – amazing when you do not want to crawl inside to grab something
  • Custom Window Insulation
  • Custom additional Insulation that slides behind the Thermal Pack – invaluable when camping in temps in the 20s and below. Easily cuts the cycling of the furnace system in half
  • 80/20 Rack System that bolts onto the passenger side jack brackets. One of the most useful customizations I’ve done for skis in the winter and paddleboards in the summer.
  • Yakima Ski Rack modified to fit is included
  • Hitch Step
  • Wilco Hitchswing
  • Extra turnbuckles / thermostat (just in case)
There are several cosmetic dings on the truck and camper – a small dent in the driver’s side access cab door, and then some minor cosmetic dents on the camper, one is from the bumper-stop on the camper door. Some minor scratches here and there on the rig, which should be expected with a setup that is meant to go everywhere.

I’ve also got a Thule Transporter Hitch Box that’s great for additional storage on those longer trips I’m willing to include for a couple hundred extra.

Feel free to contact me for additional photos / questions.

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bryans1992

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Some Truck Interior Photos and Camper Interior Photos:
 

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bryans1992

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Some more Camper Interior Photos, Hitch Step / Swing and Jacks
 

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