Post Pics of Your Hard Side Camper!

andytruck

Observer
Small update on mine..

Painted the bottom with rhinoliner and started to paint the interior. It's coming along!

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Looks nice. Without so many windows you have more storage on walls. Will it not get top heavy with cabinets so high? Is the ceiling wood super light and thin? I would have personally wanted windows high, weight low, seating high, storage under seating... But I go off-road so is an issue
 

rruff

Explorer
Sure.. Here is a couple more...


You absolutely need a build thread!

I started over... waited long enough to change my mind and redesign... and I wimped out and bought PVC foam instead of using XPS. Don't know if it will really matter, but the epoxy sticks to it really well, and it's much tougher... and heavier and much more expensive!
 
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Mundo4x4Casa

West slope, N. Ser. Nev.
jefe here.
Our truck swap has gone down. From our built 2001 Dodge Cummins we moved the 2020 Northstar Laredo SC to a
2020 Ford F-350 XLT. They are both short bed, extended/super cabs with suicide doors. But that's where the similarity ends.
We have 700 miles on the Ford.
From this:
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To This:

350 TC pass side.jpg

Massaged Torklift tie downs and turnbuckles for better side clearance:
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