I'm not sure if I missed it, but what's your target pricing?
I'm looking forward to checking the camper out this summer. The wife has indicated that we need a full size unit so hurry up and start on the full size!Thanks Runt, we are doing the small pop up with soft sides, and the next thing to follow will be a full sized unit with hard sides, the little unit is dedicated to the small truck market and will be in production in 2018, this will be finished towards fall. The roof is going to be composite with perimeter extrusions so no worry about loading anything on top, there is an option for a hydraulic lift although the manual system is pretty slick. The roof will be tapered at the front with a built in slope to shed water, and will be tall enough to leave all the bedding in place. Lots of accommodations for awnings, we are a dealer for Alu Cab, and there is not a better 270 degree awning, fits this unit perfectly. With the design and construction of the camper, you can pretty much mount anything anywhere, there is a full perimeter wiring chase as well. We are moving into a 80% production 20% custom environment in the near future so we can concentrate on our product lines, and leave room for customers to customize to a realistic degree. Pic of appliances installed, should see a little more progress soon, gotta get the people in the shop looked after first!
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The Camp (and Camp-X) are looking great. Did I miss a description of the difference between the two? One for the mid-size and the other for full-size I suppose.As of today we do have the mid sized truck covered with a 6' camper, the full sized market has a 6 1/2' camper. A 8' camper is in the works for the long bed trucks.
We are doing flat bed versions, it's in the final design stages. We have redesigned the bed to be much more affordable, while maintaining the fit and finish, we also managed to drop a few pounds. It has also been designed so it can be installed out of the facility with relative ease. The long box trucks get a 9' bed, the first 2 flat bed units are 9' long, with no over cab sleeping area, going onto long bed 3/4 ton trucks, and one 9' with an over cab sleeping area. I am going to address the short box flat bed version immediately after, a lot of the work is already done due to process so it should happen pretty quick.
The Camp (and Camp-X) are looking great. Did I miss a description of the difference between the two? One for the mid-size and the other for full-size I suppose.
Are any of your future models going to incorporate a pass through? I know they aren't for everyone, but for us they make all the difference.
Great! Thanks for the quick response.The Camp is the mid sized (Tacoma) and the X is full size. A pass thru is as easy as cutting a hole and installing a window. Can be done to any model.
Great! Thanks for the quick response.
Would the cabover be too long for an extended cab truck? Looking at the F-150 in your pictures, I wonder if it would extend past the windshield if the truck wasn't a crew cab.
Is there any reason you couldn't put a second, or a longer window, in the passenger side wall?