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  1. #9251
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  2. #9252
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridgehippy View Post
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    CostCo parking lot. Half expected to see Bilbo Baggins.
    I so want to see pics of the interior and the owner.

  3. #9253
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridgehippy View Post
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    CostCo parking lot. Half expected to see Bilbo Baggins.
    Design wise on a budget that's pretty slick.

  4. #9254
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    That's a garden shed, right?
    life ain't guaranteed, love your people while you can

  5. #9255
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    This would be nice if it wasn't $440.

    https://www.amazon.com/BedRug-Full-B...+Toyota+Tundra
    You just bought a gfc, and you're worried about money?

  6. #9256
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    This would be nice if it wasn't $440.

    https://www.amazon.com/BedRug-Full-B...+Toyota+Tundra
    Watch your local Craigslist, Facebook marketplace, etc, and I bet you can find a used one cheap. I've been searching for a hard tonneau for a little bit and there are lots of bed liners, rugs, mats, etc, that go through these sites.
    Quote Originally Posted by powder11 View Post
    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

  7. #9257
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridgehippy View Post
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    CostCo parking lot. Half expected to see Bilbo Baggins.
    Dig the wind deflector but I dunno if solar panel get along well with rocks...

  8. #9258
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    That's a garden shed, right?
    No, no, no - it's a tactical adventure base that can go anywhere and do anything. It's for people who want to travel on their own terms and seek their own adventures — without sacrificing any of the comforts of their garden shed.

  9. #9259
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskydoc View Post
    Dig the wind deflector but I dunno if solar panel get along well with rocks...
    they do pretty damn well actually
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  10. #9260
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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
    You just bought a gfc, and you're worried about money?
    $5-6k for a topper, another $300ish for a heater box and parts, $50-100 in parts to pipe and seal the exterior box heater into the topper or $1-200 for a busted up tailgate or an extra plywood tailgate that take up traveling storage space, and insulation that will probably fit poorly and have air gaps for a $100 minimum in DIY supplies and materialsÖ

    Iím joking, sort of. Iím rooting for you and your setup WG. Iím just thinking if you took the time youíre trying to insulate your bed with and the parts and put a cost to it, you could put it towards selling a house and have a turn key setup that works well. Or a bunch of them. If itís something you want to innovate to have it be your design and get the cred for it, more power to you.

    My F150 had a bed rug and topper it came with, a river cot and a good sleeping bag and an $80 buddy heater that I ran before bed and when I woke up and I took it down to 0* many times.

    To each their own but Iím with NW on this one. Bed rugs are cheaper than Line-X, are soft on gear and body parts for hanging out in the back or your truck, can stand up to hauling wood and gravel, fill every nook, cranny, air gap, and keeps dust out from the tailgate gap on dusty roads, insulates, you can pull it and pressure wash it, and costs $400ish.

  11. #9261
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    Bed rugs also do a nice job of filling the corrugated sections to provide a nice flat base. As a cheaper DIY option you can fill them with foam insulation, add a layer of plywood, then carpet, but at material cost lately? The bed rug seems like a nice option.

  12. #9262
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    My F150 had a bed rug and topper it came with, a river cot and a good sleeping bag and an $80 buddy heater that I ran before bed and when I woke up and I took it down to 0* many times.
    Dude...do not equate #truckbedlife with a GFC. Its like not even close to the same thing.

  13. #9263
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    Dude...do not equate #truckbedlife with a GFC. Its like not even close to the same thing.
    Which one comes with flannel and beard lotion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
    Which one comes with flannel and beard lotion?
    Well yeah...but that's not the point or maybe it is. Imagine aside, it just seems like a lot of cheddar for exactly what it is. From a distance it looks like a well made product. If this is what you want for $7k, have at it.

    The V2 Platform Camper seamlessly melds with your truck, so you never have to take it off. It combines the industry’s only cabana-style camper shell with a pass-through floor which leads from the truck bed to an integrated rooftop tent—creating a spatial relationship that is the perfect blend of protection from the elements with immersion in the outdoor spaces where you travel. Oh—and it sets up in seconds.
    For me, vis a vis a regular fiberglass topper, I'd gain stand up height and additional in bed storage which ain't important to me. I'd lose winter time warmth and the ability to have a lumber rack.

    I'm not raining on Phish's parade. He identified some particular application and I hope it works great for those. Mostly I'm just laughing at what camping has become to a particular demographic.

  15. #9265
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    Free in San Antonio. you could rent it as a duplex on outdoorsy.
    https://sanantonio.craigslist.org/zi...411815307.html

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  16. #9266
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conundrum View Post
    A Bed Rug Is actually a good answer for insulation. Bought a used truck that had one and liked it a lot more than I thought I would.
    Damn, that's a sweet product. If they made one that fit my truck I'd be all over it.

  17. #9267
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    Has anyone made any progress or purchase of a scout camper? Anyone look into the availability up north here?

  18. #9268
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    Quote Originally Posted by powdork View Post
    Free in San Antonio. you could rent it as a duplex on outdoorsy.
    https://sanantonio.craigslist.org/zi...411815307.html

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    Is that a cadillac?

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  19. #9269
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    Trying to get my high top insulated and paneled out over the long weekend. Throw in a heat source and Iíll be ready for some back lots this winter. Iíll finish trimming it out as time allows, but want to keep it usable in the meantime.

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  20. #9270
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirVicSmasher View Post
    Is that a cadillac?
    Does the open hood give it away?
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  21. #9271
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    No longhorns on the grill so it’s hard to be sure

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    Does it have a pass-through?

  23. #9273
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    anybody have a hack to install one of those 3" diesel heater pipe inserts for automatic down electric windows. seems to want to touch and go back down
    www.freeridesystems.com
    ski & ride jackets made in colorado
    maggot discount code TGR20

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    Seriously though, I have louvered inserts for my van windows and if I raise the window and stop an inch below and then tap the button to get it up the last bit it works fine. If I just raise it full speed it tends to hit the insert hard and then retract.

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