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RE: Dodge 1999 3500 Lamarie dually

The truck bed is not on my hot list as to what you have found and what has been done to the truck bed.. that comes later. OK this is a 2000?... Laramie Dually? In Canada?...Right? With 120K on the truck? A leather package? This is worth explaining.. the truck you found has to be explained. Is this a 5.9 Cummins diesel? "AUTO" or 6 speed? Way to many questions..this could be a troll post. It does not make sense. I have a 2002 with 106k on it...it sits for hauling RV...with a Cummins diesel jacked up for this year pulling with add on's....just does not sound right...but please correct me..school me why this sounds odd..just scratching my head...MMM>?
KKELLER14K 11/25/20 12:47am Truck Campers
RE: What are the top 5 advantages of a TC?

I am of the school of what works for you personally has to be carefully looked at but it all boils down to what do you do, what are your needs and how you use it. Having a TC offers so much versatility...we could go on and on....We all know it is compact, has maneuverability..especially with us 4x4 crowd. The use of our tow-ability is huge..trailers, boats...you name it is the TC truck combo that really knocks it out of the park...if versatility is what you want...this is your combo. Period.
KKELLER14K 11/08/20 07:15pm Truck Campers
RE: Any experience with a gas fire pit?

Adamis ...this is exactly the outcome I was looking for. The screened enclosure is a super plus. My wife hates the bugs, well me too.. let alone the smoke...we are both terribly allergic to fire smoke but enjoy having the sit around.. I have plenty of LPG, 4 large tanks and wood is not worth the hassle in my opinion. I don't discount those who go for the real thing ...but also given fire bans and just the thought of being a responsible custodian of the forest ..we believe this is a way better way to go.
KKELLER14K 10/30/20 01:31pm Truck Campers
RE: Firestone Ride-Rite Airspring Defective Design Bent Brackets

Pictures?
KKELLER14K 10/26/20 10:44pm Truck Campers
RE: Any experience with a gas fire pit?

Ok not the outcome I was looking for..Exploding logs was not expected...I know there is better than this...it has already been shown that it is a better alternative... it is not horrible!!...without smoke or having to bring wood..keep it safe... ....tell us why wood fire is so great.. It is not a good thing with fire danger and embers in the air.....I like it but now we need to think another way...we can't keep setting the forests on fire..
KKELLER14K 10/22/20 02:19am Truck Campers
RE: What mistakes have you made that might help others...?

Outdoor speakers "WILL" eventually leak..guarantee it hands down. It then will cause delam...ditch this very damning option and find a way to seal it up...It was a really dumb idea. You want sound outside?? Buy a Bluetooth Bose.
KKELLER14K 10/20/20 01:10am Truck Campers
RE: Considering building camper from scratch...

Regardless of your choice on build material...wall structure is something to take a quick look at. Thermal break is what I have been looking at with a T stud design. take a quick look. It kind of looks like a truss..A lot of work to do..wood or metal but I am leaning toward making wood studs with a jig and dowels..seems a lot easier...but there is the skin, moisture control, insulation and interior walls that have to be considered...either way..Buy a plastic Tuff shed and go to town...throw it in the bed...LOL!!...or what about LINEX? Just build the box and have it coated...thought about that since I have a Linex in the bed of my truck...just throwing it out therejust for fun.
KKELLER14K 10/18/20 10:28pm Truck Campers
RE: Considering building camper from scratch...

Working on a tiny house 5th wheel....I'm in your corner. Jobless to consider such a build? You got to be kidding me..wow! I can't believe the statement..shocked. I built the entire house I live in, everything from the ground up. Golden parachute..no mortgage, not enslaved to the bank. You think I or someone couldn't build something if we had a job? That statement is way in left field...I'm even guessing it is a troll statement..there are many many of us who have the knowledge and capability...especially that the OP has a greater experience with campers to begin with..you go and do it...don't let anything stop you. When the time comes, chime in and give us an update..don't stop believing.
KKELLER14K 10/18/20 05:37pm Truck Campers
RE: Any experience with a gas fire pit?

MMM...ok so what is the rate of consumption?..but really is it that much? Regardless, bringing tanks of LPG is way better than wood... don't you think? just my opinion but it seems a better way.
KKELLER14K 10/17/20 11:25pm Truck Campers
Any experience with a gas fire pit?

Well..The wood campfire is getting outdated...smoke and fire danger is not a good idea anymore. So..the new way and clean way is to hook up a LPG camp fire...been looking at the options. Most of us already have an LPG outlet on the rig...so why not go this route? Just hook up the hose and turn it on ...instant campfire clean no smoke or chance to start a forest fire. Your thoughts?
KKELLER14K 10/17/20 09:44pm Truck Campers
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