Type: Posts; User: Dave Bennett
All Torsion bars and hardware are the same. The tent, lid and hardware is the exact same size and weight whether it's on a 5ft Tacoma bed or an 8 ft F-350 bed... same same.
They use clamps to hold the shell to the bed. No bueno for off road IMO. Mine has the plastic bed caps off for a better seal and copious amounts of EPDM bulb gasket (NOT the cheap foam tape) and...
I've been called worse things :)
FRP is charging $540 for a replacement now?
That is my plan if/when mine fails. Unless something better comes to market.
My FlipPac was made in late 2009, assuming torsion bar is made circa 2009. Still going strong as of 2/2015
Regular heavy duty diesel truck flaps from NAPA cut to fit, brackets by Demello :D
This is going to be a cool project with sPOD
Bluetooth remote control of these Rigid Industries lights and accessories? What a great idea!
Wow. I trust you contacted them to warranty that as a defective part? If not, you should!!!
Indeed, Demello Offroad did a GREAT job on the rear bumper - added a lot of much needed utility and kept it light.
Nice score - last year of a classic and my favorite 4Runner! And the OEM Toyota inclinometer too!
By the time you figure in labor and materials - lock in/out slides that are rated to carry this weight (300 lbs each) are only made by TWO manufacturers in the world and cost $300... each... as in...
Some pretty good snow action recently, check out the Demello Offroad rear bumper
Here's a pic of the new Goose Gear interior at night
Some pretty good snow action recently, check out the Demello Offroad rear bumper. The bumper has really helped the overall organization of the camper by keeping bulky stuff outside.
Here's a better pic of the LED strip and interior at night
Nice, I like the direction your going here. I've been toying with the idea of a Dometic sink/hob on mine but they're stupid expensive.
The question of doors/drawers is a tough one. Anything you...
I'll take a pizza cutter KO2 please
That 4Runner is a keeper - near unobtainium nowadays! 22-RE-T and digital dash... so '80's cool! :drool:
Make sure you protect that LP tank - those fittings are very vulnerable there.