Bailey's 2018 Four Wheel Camper (Raven) - Build & Photos

White Dog

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I'm doing the same project on my Tundra and posting it a couple threads above. This is going to be fun to see how we solve the same problems. Should learn a lot from each other.
 

BJ'sFJ

BJ's Tundra :)
After 6 months of running a Four Wheel Camper on my Toyota Tundra, it's time for more organized storage. I ran a Goose Gear system in my FJ Cruiser and was very happy. I decided to reach out to them to see if they had an interest in developing a system for the Toyota Tundra CrewMax (07-13).

While chatting with Goose Gear, Brian determined it would be best to offer 3 options for customers. A 40% delete, 60% delete, or the option to delete all 100%. This allows you to run a drawer on the passenger side, driver side, or a drawer on both sides.

He took some measurements and did his magic on the computer. It was impressive to see the computer design come to life on the CNC machine:


A few pics of the prototypes:
40% Delete




60% Delete




100% Delete



Production models will be coated in bullet liner and the access cubbies will be fully assembled with latches.

I plan to delete the entire back seat and run 2-22" wide drawers (one on each side). This will allow me to store my jumper cables, tools, bike gear, and more. The dog will have a bed on top of the drawer so he can be comfortable on our adventures.

I'll post more pictures as progress is made on the seat delete and drawers. At this time, I don't have any clue when GG will release production models. They are just starting this project :)
 
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BJ'sFJ

BJ's Tundra :)
Currently in Oregon

Here are a few pics of my NWOR (North West Overland Rally) trip so far with Chris M. from TOTAL CHAOS Fabrication.

We camped on National Forest Land near Mammoth Lakes Sunday, Plumas National Forest last night and now we're in Oregon.

















More pictures to come...
 

BJ'sFJ

BJ's Tundra :)
Currently in Oregon

Here are a few pics of my NWOR (North West Overland Rally) trip so far with Chris M. from TOTAL CHAOS Fabrication.

We camped on National Forest Land near Mammoth Lakes Sunday, Plumas National Forest last night and now we're in Oregon.

















More pictures to come...
More pics...



 

BJ'sFJ

BJ's Tundra :)
Added an Alu-Box from Equipt Expedition Outfitters for extra storage. Plus it functions as a step into the camper. I keep this strapped to the goose gear rear seat delete

 

BJ'sFJ

BJ's Tundra :)
A few days ago I took Imogene Pass up from Telluride to Tomboy. The pass was closed at Tomboy. On Friday morning I took Imogene Pass from Ouray just past Upper Camp Bird Mine (~11,500ft). Had lunch and turned back down. Looks like it'll be a few more days before the entire pass is open.

It was a little rough but I'm happy with how the Tundra and Four Wheel Camper handled everything. Check out some pics below:








 
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