This looks very interesting? Got more pictures of it open? What happens with the shell when the tent is open?
Not ready to show all the details yet. I am looking into a patent and don't want to give away too much yet. It will have a solid roof when deployed. I am at SEMA next week and was hoping to maybe talk to some RTT manufactures and see if there would be any interest in it. It has a very small cubic footprint and it is lightweight and modular with multiple configurations. I wasn't happy with what was available so I decided to make my own. Its small enough to fit the roof of a gladiator and still have the ability to remove the freedom panels. Here is a pic of it still in a framework stage open sitting on the roof of a gladiator.This looks very interesting? Got more pictures of it open? What happens with the shell when the tent is open?
I would suggest paying for a patent search first. Don't show others until you have it pended, imo. I just went through this last may and in July I received patent pending number for my poptopper
Wicked Campers seem to retrofit standard fold out RTT's with aluminum travel covers. Just a frame at the bottom and Al sheeting welded together in a shape loosely similar to the vinyl cover. It lifts up to 90deg on gas struts from its travel position, allowing to fold out the RTT. Allegedly no issues with water ingress. View attachment 533578