Finally got my Airtop mounted up. Overall I'm happy with the Airtop, but I have not spent a night in it yet. The wife and I climbed up in there and we have enough room, but it is cozy. I was concerned about the width, but I think it will be fine. I'm loving the setup and take down times, which are significantly better than my old ARB. I do have a few issues with the packaging though. The crating was a nice touch and there was no visible damage to the box, but after it was unboxed we found some superficial damage to the bottom of the tent between the mounting rails. 2 rather large scratches. Additionally, all the tape used to keep the styrofoam in place left a significant amount of tape residue. It's going to take forever and a lot of elbow grease to clean it up. I guess I expected more attention to detail on a $3K tent.
Mine came packaged nice, but two years back when I had my Toyota dealer install my BajaRack for me to replace the factory one the tent had sat on for two years, they scratched the bottom of the tent which left black marks.
One of these days I will try to buff them out.
If you guy's do not get out camping soon, I would try sleeping it it on a weekend at your place to get use to it.
WD40 takes the tape residue off in a heartbeat.
3M Fiberglass Restorer takes of the black marks easily. Takes forever if you use car wax.
Thanks Rich, I will have to pick up some of that 3M.
I had tried regular Griots Wax Residue Remover, and even their wax before with no luck on those marks.
We are pleased that Cristo has decided to represent our tents. He is a detail oriented, quality conscious person and we feel he will do a great job for our customers.
Thanks for your business, and if we can be of service in the future - give Cristo or me a call.