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  1. #5101
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    memory foam topper from Milfco oar Wallywurld
    watch out for snakes

  2. #5102
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    Inflatable plus one or more Walmart closed cell blue foam pads for the win


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  3. #5103
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    Memory foam gets hard when it gets cold. If you've got a heat source no worry.

    Inflatable is colder and takes up more space when out than foam.

    We've been using a 2" "camp bed" from Cabelas for years in the back of an unheated astro. Warm, durable, thin.

    Paco pads would be versatile if you can deal with the plastic feeling.

  4. #5104
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    The tri fold mattresses are a nice plug n play option IMO if they fit your vehicle:

    https://www.amazon.com/Milliard-Fold.../dp/B00W67PAPK

    Otherwise you can buy anything you want from foamfactory.com. I use a 4" HD36 foam mattress cut to fit in my van.

  5. #5105
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    Quote Originally Posted by North View Post
    The tri fold mattresses are a nice plug n play option IMO if they fit your vehicle:

    https://www.amazon.com/Milliard-Fold.../dp/B00W67PAPK

    Otherwise you can buy anything you want from foamfactory.com. I use a 4" HD36 foam mattress cut to fit in my van.
    That would be nice to use in my truck. I currently use an old memory foam mattress. Its super comfy, but the way I designed my sleeping platform doesn't allow me to really open the hatches, and its a heavy SOB to move out of the way.

  6. #5106
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    Anyone use the Ikea kids twin mattress? We had a couple on a bunk bed and I felt like it might have worked well in a space-constrained camper. Cheap, light, washable, and comfortable enough for most.

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  7. #5107
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    Here's a budget option locally and ya can get yer brown shag swank on.

    https://helena.craigslist.org/rvs/d/...977494407.html

  8. #5108
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  9. #5109
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    Friend is selling their Winnebago. Really nice rv. Not exactly a dirtbag vehicle. https://goldcountry.craigslist.org/r...979220164.html

  10. #5110
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodywhomper View Post
    Friend is selling their Winnebago. Really nice rv. Not exactly a dirtbag vehicle. https://goldcountry.craigslist.org/r...979220164.html
    that thing is pimp. but oddly, not one single normal shot of the exterior.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
    "She was tossing her bean salad with the vigor of a Drunken Pop princess so I walked out of the corner and said.... "need a hand?"" - Odin

  11. #5111
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    that thing is pimp. but oddly, not one single normal shot of the exterior.
    And no mention of RV length, engine size or how many cylinders, or even chassis make although it looks like a MB emblem in one pic.

  12. #5112
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    That's a Sprinter dash.

  13. #5113
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanoT View Post
    And no mention of RV length, engine size or how many cylinders, or even chassis make although it looks like a MB emblem in one pic.
    "2015 winnebago view 24j" is shown in the ad

  14. #5114
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    Sick Winnie. I've seen a handful of Travatos on the road lately. Things are sweet.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest_Hemingway View Post
    I realize there is not much hope for a bullfighting forum. I understand that most of you would prefer to discuss the ingredients of jacket fabrics than the ingredients of a brave man. I know nothing of the former. But the latter is made of courage, and skill, and grace in the presence of the possibility of death. If someone could make a jacket of those three things it would no doubt be the most popular and prized item in all of your closets.

  15. #5115
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    that thing is pimp. but oddly, not one single normal shot of the exterior.
    Concur

  16. #5116
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    They’re big.
    Walked by one in Aspen yesterday. It stuck out, in a town full of vans.

  17. #5117
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    https://www.awolrigs.com/vans-for-sale
    just going to leave that there. Not mine, don't know them, etc. but it makes my junk wiggle. just ignore the price

  18. #5118
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    https://www.awolrigs.com/vans-for-sale
    just going to leave that there. Not mine, don't know them, etc. but it makes my junk wiggle. just ignore the price
    It's built for luxury adventuring with yellow Alaskan cedar. Does the price really even matter?

    Seriously though, in the fully equipped van market, how is that worth over $50,000 more than a similar mileage Winnebago Revel? These van prices are mind blowing.

  19. #5119
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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    It's built for luxury adventuring with yellow Alaskan cedar. Does the price really even matter?

    Seriously though, in the fully equipped van market, how is that worth over $50,000 more than a similar mileage Winnebago Revel? These van prices are mind blowing.
    that compressor inside is gonna be loud AF

  20. #5120
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    https://www.awolrigs.com/vans-for-sale
    just going to leave that there. Not mine, don't know them, etc. but it makes my junk wiggle. just ignore the price
    Curious- anyone price out the components to something like that? The actual build looks fairly simple



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  21. #5121
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    https://www.awolrigs.com/vans-for-sale
    just going to leave that there. Not mine, don't know them, etc. but it makes my junk wiggle. just ignore the price
    Ridiculous. High end home made. No mention of insulation so guaranteed to freeze solid first cold night.

  22. #5122
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    that thing is pimp. but oddly, not one single normal shot of the exterior.
    It's in good shape. the family finally sold their $1M+ spec-built home (husband is a builder) and they are downsizing and moving into town w/ minimal storage. They are a prominent family in the area and are mainly advertising it locally.

    they're also selling their honda snowblower....

  23. #5123
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    Quote Originally Posted by apex dave View Post
    Ridiculous. High end home made. No mention of insulation so guaranteed to freeze solid first cold night.
    It does say "insulated with spray foam" and two part spray foam does have among the highest R value. It does seem unlikely that they would find anyone willing to pay that high of a price, though.

  24. #5124
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    Any exterior shots of the snowblower?

  25. #5125
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    Quote Originally Posted by apex dave View Post
    Ridiculous. High end home made. No mention of insulation so guaranteed to freeze solid first cold night.
    This is part of a trend that seems to be the vehicular equivalent of spec homes. Some guy lays out enough cash to get a van, builds it up reasonably nicely (but still, it's homemade), and then slaps an insane price on it hoping he doesn't have to make payments on the van for too much longer.

    I don't see the appeal when a Sportsmobile or Revel for the same price or less - and they're not made by some guy out in the woods in his garage. Of course, I also don't have $170k to throw at a van, so there's that.

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