:red xThat is true but I have trouble getting everything that is needed to support everyone in the truck and still have room for everyone. Therefor we went this route-
But can you pull it with the Bronco and then go wheelin?Thats a nice little camper. My parents have an old school early 80s pop up. I thought about fixing up and using, but the mildew in it really got to my wife. Can't have her dieing on camping trips.. We thought about a new one. But for 5 grand more we got a camper triple the size
I doubt that he meant drag it through the roughest trails he can find.I considered a couple that where posted on Craigs list two summers ago. Tempting, but small and you'd tear it up wheeling.
They'd be great for a single guy or couple who don't do the harder trails. I wouldn't put my kid out in a tent, no way, not unless I was too.
We went the pop-up camper direction, it still needs some work, a little protection for the corners and then I'll take it to some cool out of the way places.
Lifted it and went with bigger wheels:
You haven't seen how he drives!I doubt that he meant drag it through the roughest trails he can find.
You haven't seen how he drives!
Hey now. I am sure you will drag yours much farther up the trail than I will. A lot of that might be size and rig capibility. Mine is high enough that I do not need to worry about most forest roads but way to BIG for any trails. I thought about doing what you did Chris but my wife is a little picky about where she sleeps.
which hi wall is that? we really like the acadia one. Damn near pulled the trigger on it, but they are not cheap and just couldnt do it in the end.