Those Skampers are super cool. I would have ended up with one of those but I couldn't find a used one at the time.Very cool, I like what you did with the seating/table, thats very clever. The FWC shell models appeal to me big time, I like being able to customize my own stuff, and save money too, pretty much what I did to my Skamper, got it basically stripped down to the shell and built it into what I wanted. Got any build/progress pics of when you first got it to the present state of it? Also, how did you build your sink/run the drain pipe? Do those shell models have the outside fill/drain access ports for things like that? or do you just drill a hole and add one?
The gauge is actually a temperature reading. I wanted to know the temperature inside and outside of the camper so I picked that one up off amazon. Here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MUOIQ8W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1nice job!
couple of questions:
there's a gauge panel in the first post, and then a goal zero in the video. two systems? or is the panel reading . . no, that wouldn't make sense. solar panel to charge the gz? or tied to the truck battery?
when closing the pop top, do the pistons ever freeze/ not slide, in cold or ice conditions? (awkward- if ice forms in warm conditions, something's amiss!)
Thanks man! I dig your build too...You guys do awesome work. A few weeks back we had a GTS lift added to our runner. Pete did a great job with the install and it was nice catching up with the others. One day maybe I'll check out the shop in NH.Sweet build! I dig the sink setup. Super practical and a nice solution for a lot of shell owners. Nice Matrix mount too!
Thank you man. We appreciate the business! Definitely stop by soon.Thanks man! I dig your build too...You guys do awesome work. A few weeks back we had a GTS lift added to our runner. Pete did a great job with the install and it was nice catching up with the others. One day maybe I'll check out the shop in NH.