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Old 12-22-2010, 05:11 AM
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Like it says.

I'm looking for a camper for my 2010 F150, 6 1/2' box.

I saw a beaut but way to heavy for me.
 
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Old 12-22-2010, 09:19 AM
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You see them at farm auctions from time to time. They are quite popular with cowboys because they can pull their horse trailer and not have to sleep in the cab of their truck.
 
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We bought a nice lighter but older camper for the back of our shortbox superduty for 1000ish bucks off of kijiji a couple of years ago. Its awesome, I love camping in one. The best part though is being able to pull a trailer behind the truck, like boat or equipment.

Makes it cheaper on hotels when i drive somewhere far for a good deal!
 
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Old 12-22-2010, 01:44 PM
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I've looked in keygeegee and all I see are trailers.

But will keep an eye peeled.
 
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Originally Posted by stuart1 View Post
Like it says.

I'm looking for a camper for my 2010 F150, 6 1/2' box.

I saw a beaut but way to heavy for me.
Define 'way too heavy'.....

Hard to go wrong with a Lance. A little pricier than the others, but worth it...particularly if you can find one used.

The 825 and 865 are set up for short-bed 150s and 1500s......

Right around 1800lb empty......Airbags might be a good idea in any event....Particularly off-road.

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Originally Posted by cmpd1781 View Post
Define 'way too heavy'.....

Hard to go wrong with a Lance. A little pricier than the others, but worth it...particularly if you can find one used.

The 825 and 865 are set up for short-bed 150s and 1500s......

Right around 1800lb empty......Airbags might be a good idea in any event....Particularly off-road.

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Way too heavy, like 3400#.

I'd need a 2 ton for that sucker.
 
 
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