Any info of this Tacoma hardshell camper set-up?

raggedphoto

New member
I was wondering the same thing when I read that article. I've been dreaming of building something similar for the past couple years.
 

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dman93

Adventurer
The Drifter is also made in the US, as is the new AT pop-up. It’s great to see domestic competition for what had been a Euro/Australia/SouthAfrican thing.
 

robert

Expedition Leader
It's interesting to me how may people seem to have bought a Flippac and then moved on from it.
 

Clutch

<---Pass
It's interesting to me how may people seem to have bought a Flippac and then moved on from it.
There weren't very many options for years and years until recently.

Flip Pac was a great idea, just executed poorly. AT pretty much took care of all its' flaws...albeit for roughly double the price. Don't really care that it flips to the rear, though. If I had one, wouldn't of been able to use it last weekend. My buddy picked this awfully tight hole of a camp spot...would of hit my trailer deployed..as there was no room to jack-knife or even unhook it.
 
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screwball48

Explorer
It could be said that the shortcomings of the Flip pack design helped to foster the current increase in options.


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