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Old 05-16-2018, 01:36 PM
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I have a 2000 Bigfoot C9.6 camper. How much did you have to raise the camper off the truck bed to clear the cab? We have a Chevy now, but new Ford's have a higher cab.

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Old 05-17-2018, 01:07 PM
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Old 05-17-2018, 08:10 PM
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2018 F350 Lariat with a 2000 LanceLite 825. This will be the first and last time the camper will be on this truck. Camper is for sale.
I pick up a 2019 Lance 865 next week. I needed to trial all the updates I did to truck [Hellwig Big Wig Rr sway bar, Torklift tie downs] before I drive out of state to get the new camper. The 2018 truck hauls the camper better than the prior 2011 350 that I had.

 
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Truck Camper across the pond - our new to us 2007 Bigfoot 2500 series - only had her for 7 weeks and we love it - have just downsized from a travel trailer.
Our truck is only 10,000lbs but has the camper package and with airbags it handles just fine - I fill the airbags and then bleed off air until the helper springs are just starting to work - this equates to about 50-55psi - lots of little jobs to do and also a substantial solar system to fit.
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I bet that truck and camper really turn some heads!
 
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First one !

This is my first truck camper. We full-time in a 45 ft fifth wheel , this we call it our cottage
 
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