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  1. #10776
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micol View Post
    that new rig is awesome...elon may want a version for spaceX
    SkiBumX hyperlite garage cured space frame technologies.

    T-head would love to see your 5gal snowbank grey water setup. I'm thinking of making a little stand alone one for my truck bed. Just enough water/sink to rinse the coffee grounds off the jetboil etc.

  2. #10777
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post

    T-head would love to see your 5gal snowbank grey water setup. I'm thinking of making a little stand alone one for my truck bed. Just enough water/sink to rinse the coffee grounds off the jetboil etc.
    Our current camper and the one I’m building have a common exit for grey. Sink/shower just literally drain out the bottom into 5 gallon bucket. But drain point is kinda discreet tucked under camper a bit. Such minimal water usage it’s a non-event. Even a camper shower is only 1.5 gallons of use.

  3. #10778
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    Down - midget mode
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  4. #10779
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    just noticed the kid! hilarious!

  5. #10780
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    Quote Originally Posted by byates1 View Post
    just noticed the kid! hilarious!
    Photobomb.

  6. #10781
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    Showdown Fri am 30$ ski you there?^

  7. #10782
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    Trackhead, are you putting solar and a rack system on the roof? If so, how do you attach it. I've been eyeing a Tuffport truck camper solid fiberglass shell, out of Vancouver, BC. But your home made one is way cooler and goes up and down.

  8. #10783
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    How much flex do you see in the wind?

  9. #10784
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    Quote Originally Posted by altasnob View Post
    Trackhead, are you putting solar and a rack system on the roof? If so, how do you attach it. I've been eyeing a Tuffport truck camper solid fiberglass shell, out of Vancouver, BC. But your home made one is way cooler and goes up and down.
    I am rolling the tufport. Have over 150 days in it since March. If you get their liner insulated model just drop the liner drill straight through use large washers for backers. I am somewhat disappointed with the insulation. I think TH version will be way better. Just ran out of propane last night after two weeks. Running heater from about 6pm to 9 am keeping temp at 65 when awake 50 at night. Nighttime temps in 20's. Be happy to answer questions about the tufport
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    off your knees Louie

  10. #10785
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    Quote Originally Posted by altasnob View Post
    Trackhead, are you putting solar and a rack system on the roof? If so, how do you attach it. I've been eyeing a Tuffport truck camper solid fiberglass shell, out of Vancouver, BC. But your home made one is way cooler and goes up and down.
    Welding up custom flatbed and will have rack on rear that is part of flatbed, but elevated to keep departure angle good. Solar eventually but this thing was $$ to build so solar will be later.

  11. #10786
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    Quote Originally Posted by BFD View Post
    I am rolling the tufport. Have over 150 days in it since March. If you get their liner insulated model just drop the liner drill straight through use large washers for backers. I am somewhat disappointed with the insulation. I think TH version will be way better. Just ran out of propane last night after two weeks. Running heater from about 6pm to 9 am keeping temp at 65 when awake 50 at night. Nighttime temps in 20's. Be happy to answer questions about the tufport
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    Sedona! I used to live in Flag and worked in the Sedona ER. Put up a fair bit of first ascents on that soft ass sandstone. Sweet rig, simple, effective, reliable.

  12. #10787
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    Trackhead, how did you seal the interface between the movable top cap and the fixed lower tub?

  13. #10788
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    Trackhead, how did you seal the interface between the movable top cap and the fixed lower tub?
    Big rubber seal on interior. Theres about 4” overlap from top/bottom as well. Might add extra on bottom part of upper half. Still have a ton of work to do.

    XP camper gave me a lot of good ideas studying their videos….designing the door took days of thought. Complicated but I like how it works now.

  14. #10789
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trackhead View Post
    Big rubber seal on interior. Theres about 4” overlap from top/bottom as well. Might add extra on bottom part of upper half. Still have a ton of work to do.

    XP camper gave me a lot of good ideas studying their videos….designing the door took days of thought. Complicated but I like how it works now.
    Is that going on the ram or something smaller?

  15. #10790
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Is that going on the ram or something smaller?
    Dodge 2500.

  16. #10791
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    Quote Originally Posted by BFD View Post
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    That looks like the same $6 walmart chair I have. Figured no one would steal a pink chair : )

  17. #10792
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  18. #10793
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    Quote Originally Posted by byates1 View Post
    Nice approach and departure angles

  19. #10794
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    When you live in an RV but shop at Costco.

  20. #10795
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    Nicely balanced with the front box to counter the back patio

    Would love to see that rig hit 40 mph winds


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  21. #10796
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    Spied this excellent BJ70 camper from Slovenia yesterday here down in Southern Baja. Ready to ski and surf the globe

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  22. #10797
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    Not too familiar with these but looks like a solid composite slide in ready for a simple build out. Would be great on a flatbed with some storage boxes in place of the bed rails.

    No affiliation. Located just over the Blaine border in BC.

    https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/hvo/7554010765.html

  23. #10798
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    Could be a fun project for those with the skills and the time. $2500 in Utardia
    https://classifieds.ksl.com/listing/70144680

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  24. #10799
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeKid View Post
    Not too familiar with these but looks like a solid composite slide in ready for a simple build out. Would be great on a flatbed with some storage boxes in place of the bed rails.

    No affiliation. Located just over the Blaine border in BC.

    https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/hvo/7554010765.html
    I'm pretty sure that is a Tufport. They make a "MTC" version

    https://tufport.com/medical-mtc/
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  25. #10800
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    Not a Tufport. It's from Code 3 Emergency Vehicles. Note the third pic in the CL ad (and the title).
    https://www.code3emergency.ca/invent...t-centres-mtc/
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