Camper and Truck Photos


I don't see a photo thread for our campers, lets fix that.


2003 Tacoma
2.5" front lift via coilovers
3" rear lift via Deaver 9-pack and Downey extended shackles
Rancho RS9000 adjustable shocks
Ride Rite Airbags
BFG 285/75R16 AT's
16x8 Mojave Teflon wheels
BudBuilt Skid Plate


2008 FWC Eagle
Extended cabover bed
80 watt solar panel
Aftermarket compressor fridge




96 dodge dakota
headers w/dual flowmasters
lots of power
leveled w/31's

85 Jayco jaysporter 7
custom canoe rack
solar power in the works

Also in the works is a new truck.I have a 2010 ranger now that is getting built up a bit but isnt camper ready yet so i will update here when it is.


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Can't pass on a chance to show off my rig:sombrero:

'91 Ford, rebuilt 302
4" Procomp coils front
6" springs rear
Bilstein 5100 shocks
285-16 Toyo M/T
custom swing out tire carrier/roof ladder
Helton underhood shower
CB, GPS, custom security

'83 Four wheel Grandby
80 watt solar panel
2- Optima yellow top
Norcold TEK-2 marine fridge
ARB awning



Powerwagon and Pickupper

Here is my rig...

2005 Dodge Powerwagon
4.56 gears
electric lockers f&r
electric sway bar disconnect
12K Warn Winch
full skid plates from axle to rear bumper
33" BFG AT ko's
Alcoa wheels

My Mods:
Air lift bag set in rear
200w driving lights behind grill
CB, VHF/UHF, scanner
Sony 7" DVD screen in dash
Zune mp3 player
K&N intake
ActivGate Tool boxes/liner
4" Boss step bars

1975 Bethany Pickupper
home brew power panel
sink w/12v water pump
gas furnace
2 burner gas stove
microwave (shore power only)
sleeps 4 (2 most comfortable)

I can't get upload to work... I'll post pictures tonight.



Here is mine:

06 Tacoma
Bilstein 5100 shocks
Wheeler add-a-leaf
Ride-Rite air bags
Timbren overload spring up front
TRD supercharger
265/75R16 Load range D Nitto Grappler
spidertrax 1.25" spacer in the rear
Audiovox backup camera

ATC Bobcat camper



Thanks, and thanks for making the pictures show up. The rigs on here are amazing. Roamin--I really like the way your Grandby turned out. And the Tacoma rigs are mighty slick. :Wow1:

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New member
2010 Ford F-150

Just got our Flip-Pac for our new Ford F-150 Super Crew short-bed; haven't had a chance to camp in it yet, but did manage to replace the two incandescent bulbs with LED's to minimize battery drain. We'll be using it with our travel trailer as a campsite off-road, where the trailer can't follow. The short-bed still allows room for plenty of storage while allowing a relatively easy parking job in the city. These pics were taken in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park (CA).




1985 4Runner
22-RE 5-speed
4:1 low range from Advanced Adapters
LockRight in rear axle.
Various OME suspension
All-Pro front bumper w/ Chicago 8000 winch

1988 Four-Seasons Magnum 8-foot
10-watt solar
No propane yet
Wow! I love your setup. I had an 85 4Runner until just recently. I had explored the options of putting a camper on it or modding a flippac or something onto it, but deemed it a lost cause after finding zero info on it being possible.

One thing, how well does your rig take to the highways? By that I mean, I was lucky to hold 45 - 50MPH up I-70 with only about 50 pounds of gear in the back in my 4Runner...