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RE: Sold Truck and Camper

Yah, I hear ya... Sorta doing the same thing down here in AZ (from Seattle, WA) Back and Joints aren't what they used to be but still riding the buggy.. on rallies then back to a home... Happy trails, you have a lot of memories to look back on, nice.. Cheers...
fpoole 09/20/22 11:25am Truck Campers
RE: Water filtration when boondocking

Yah, I hear ya. Probably overkill here, but, One thought is the Berkey Systems, pricey but a good filter, just put on sink... One time expense, worth it to me but I'm full time.. so.. I also have two filters on the hose fill up to tank, just to get rid of any debris..
fpoole 05/08/22 01:01pm Truck Campers
RE: Slide out to non slide

Yah, I've been full time for last 6+ yrss now and if I were to do it over again, I'd get the single side, no slide... You get used to the space and instead of 3 steps to the kitchen/bath it'd be 2 steps.. I like the extra room but when moving around it's just another step to set up and close.. So, I'd go with the single/no slide if I had to do it over again.. and solar is great on a sunny day but your Honda 2000i will cover the rainy/cloudy days.. I had 2 separate times and they were nice.... and just an FYI, my slide pin broke so it was stuck open.. the shaft is under the rear bench seat. but that was just recently and an easy fix if you know what it is... and able to find and knock out the pin to put in a new one... fun eh??? Happy Trails..
fpoole 05/03/22 11:32pm Truck Campers
RE: Death Vally Portion From My Recent 2 Month Road Trip.

Yah, I had to bread it up into two outings.. north and then south.. If you have time, hit Trona Pinnacles.. sorta SW of DV... it's a different world unto itself, outside of DV.. fun
fpoole 04/08/22 12:43pm Truck Campers
RE: Outdoor camp oven

I had one like that, a boating oven/stove but eventually sold it.. But I've wondered how these were. I have most of CampChef stuff and like them. So? Are burners on the top meaning you should be able to Broil stuff in the over and does it hold oven temps fairly well? outside temps/winds adjusting.. Nice.. thanks..
fpoole 03/21/22 04:58pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: How To Tear Off Your Truck Camper Jack Made Easy

Well, you'd think they'd put a flag on it or something to alert. As noted above, I just don't think they give a ****.. been coming to the Q winters for last 6 yrs and stopped using them in 2nd year...
fpoole 03/03/22 12:49pm Truck Campers
RE: How To Tear Off Your Truck Camper Jack Made Easy

Oh Mannnn, I hear ya on the jacks. Ripped 3 of mine at various stages.. and like you, the problem is I can't unload as I'm not sure the jacks will hold.. sigh. Need a forklift on standby before I try it... But I feel your pain.. good luck..
fpoole 03/03/22 10:43am Truck Campers
RE: Chassis Cab Ride Quality

Yah, I have the 4.11 and with camper on I just figure 9.5. I tow a SxS 7x18 open trailer and figure 8.5.. so you're right in the ball park...I'm a diesel though.. You might tate a look at the extra fuel tank, I have 70+ and it's great on trips but not so great at the pump.. heheh.. Hope that helps..
fpoole 02/22/22 09:28am Truck Campers
RE: Chassis Cab Ride Quality

On wash boarded road, bumpy with camper on back, worse without... I went through the same thing starting with the Newbie 1500 and worked to the 5500.. I went with the 5500 over the 4500 as I felt it's just a better/stronger model, and was only like $1200 difference.. I like it, it's just a little difficult for me, traveling around to find a dealer that can service it... most can take the 3500 no problem but then there's a line.. and few can service the 5500... not a big problem just be aware of it.. and plan accordingly.. Good luck...'
fpoole 02/21/22 10:07am Truck Campers
RE: Handy kitchen tip #93

They are also useful for holding computer usb/wires... Get the size you want, clip it to a table top and run the usb/wire through the handle. Keeps them together.. Fun..
fpoole 02/07/22 08:28am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Aluminum Utility Bed for Truck Camper

Yah, I have one from SilverLake mfg in Spirit Lake, ID. Been full time for 6+ yrs now, no complaints although it will dent do to user error, but otherwise, I don't have any complaints.. Hope that helps. Link:
fpoole 02/06/22 11:47am Truck Campers
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