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#11 six5

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Posted 01 March 2020 - 05:39 PM

My bad, that is a 50 watt solar panel, not 50 amp. Bill


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Posted 01 March 2020 - 11:16 PM

 I had one of those.. great camper and can be built light.. 

 

What condition is the roof in? any signs of leaks? weird smells?


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14 F150 SuperCrew 6.5 Bed, 5.0

 

http://www.wanderthe...ect-90s-granby/

 

 80's Granby rebuilt from frame..


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Posted 01 March 2020 - 11:27 PM

BBZ, technically I didn’t steal your idea of the wood plank accent wall, you just beat me to it. Haha. My truck is the 5.0. Not sure what my camp weight is right now but I’ve been using a 400 lb hand truck to move it. Either way, airbags on the truck may not be a bad idea.

 


 

Currently looking for a project FWC to work on until I get a newer F150. Debating between the short bed, which won't leave me with many options for campers, or the 6.5 foot bed. But, ideally I want to take off the tailgate and not have any overhang. Sounds like an older fleet won't work then. 

This pic is the same camper (but freshly painted) on a 6.5 bed F150.. you can see platform to make it clear the side rails (which is nice for storage).. That camper was gutted and rebuilt without amenities (just a portable heater and coleman stove).. was about 650-700 lbs.. 

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14 F150 SuperCrew 6.5 Bed, 5.0

 

http://www.wanderthe...ect-90s-granby/

 

 80's Granby rebuilt from frame..






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