I know this is an ancient post, but that looks like our house this winter outside of Park City, UT. Our TC is safe in our storage unit.One pretty good reason to own a hard side
I always wondered what the maximum snow load of a hard side truck camper would be. At least this much; and this is in my driveway! That little person down the walk is my fetching frau, Jeanie, who is 5'4", not a midget. All four corners of the 'one ton' suspension were on the snubbers until I raked the snow off. At least the ground pressure was great on the snow for traction! After the winter of '10/11, I bought a tractor with a big honking snow blower to keep the lane clear.
I didn't read anything about shocks. The stockers are junk and are totally overwhelmed with the cabover. If you've upgraded them already, great.
Are you putting a flatbed on the Chassis then mounting the camper on that? Side tool boxes?
The Hillsboro bed has tie down pockets w/ fold down stainless loops in them, similar to photo. The camper is light, tag on it states <1200 lbs dry so I'm using them.Hi, was wondering how you attached the camper to the flatbed...I don't see any tiedowns...is the camper attached directly to the flatbed?