Hey @rino , thanks for the info. I am curious, do you have the dimensions of the two sleeping platforms? Having to lift the rear while someone is sleeping is a concern...I'm curious what the lengths of each piece are. Also, is the Weekender the "empty" version and that's why it has more room? Where are you keeping a hi-lift jack?
The weekender model basically has no interior bulkhead or bench and is like a cargo van of space. The bed section on the Khaya 2 sleeper is 2 sections, the main bed is 6' 4" long so it is easy to pop the rear section and someone hop down. With the rear section up you have about a 30" wide area to use the stove, stand or get dressed.
What is the width of the sleeping platform? Will an Expedia Megamat Duo fit? 52"wide.
Yes, the bed section is 54" x 100" and not a full size Khaya but a full size canopy camper is in the works for Spring 2019!Is a wider, full size truck version something that will be hitting the market (US) in the next 6-8 months?
Yes, the 2nd and 3rd gen bed liners are nearly identical and they will mount up with no issues. I haven't sold a unit on a 2nd gen, but have test fit them, the 3rd gen is mighty popular.
Totally! The complete camper has a space frame allowing not only entry when it is freestanding, but for it also to be mounted on 5' bed pickups.With the camper off of the truck and the jacks holding the camper up (without the truck) can one get inside and spend time?
MAN Had no idea the truck was already built up this wild! Damn this will be an impressive build!@rino
Minus the Alu-Cab goodies of course, but she's coming along nicely.