Post Pics of Your Hard Side Camper!

greg mgm

Explorer
Are your pics already on photobucket...or similar?
If so, when you post a reply, copy the "direct link" code from PB, then in the reply box on this site, click the insert image button (yellow box) and enter the code. Easy as pie.......(mmmmm pie)
 

Judoka

Learning To Live
Check this out!

I met these great folks from France this weekend. They are headed to Cape horn and back up the eastern seabord of South America. They left France and went down through Africa before shipping thier rig to Florida and driving to AZ before heading South. They called it "The Snail" because they go slowly with thier house on thier back.
 

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samuraiowner

New member
I'm going to mount A generator on the back(or front), as well as extra gas for the generator, among other gear.bikes ect.(A back deck) anybody have pictures? as well as other mods?
 

orangeTJ

Explorer
Here's a front shot of mine the day I got solar installed a few weeks ago.



2010 Arctic Fox 811 on a 2009 Silverado 3500HD D/A dually CC 4x4


With the Toy Box:

 

Pest

Adventurer
1996 Ford F350 and 1999 S&S 8 footer

Here it is on the front of the 32 foot gooseneck
Just curious, how do you go about moving that on and off the gooseneck? Are the jacks wide enough to allow you to back the trailer under?
 

Stouttrout

Adventurer
It is scary, you don;t want to do it in high wind, that changes the pucker factor a bit. it is hard to tell but those jacks are about 4'6" tall.
 

Pest

Adventurer
Now the question is: How do you get it on and off those tall saw horses? I can't imagine the electric jacks being that tall.
 

Stouttrout

Adventurer
In the last pic you can see the 14 inch talle wooden blocks. I use those for everything from car jacks extenders to stuff like this. very handy to keep around.
 
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