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Pulling my hair out--4-Pin trailer wiring
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I have a partial pop-up camper trailer--just the frame and bottom remain (also tires, hitch tongue, etc-it pulls fine).I'm trying to get it ready to register and use, but have run into wiring…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Russell E Johnson Nov 25, 2017.

Van to Camper Conversion Questions--appliances
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Hi All--next questions:  In the old truck camper (about 1968 Real-Lite) There is a refrigerator, Stove/Oven, and an Electrical Controller(not exactly sure if that's what it's called). I recently…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cyn Mar 16, 2017.

Van to Camper Conversion Questions-windows

Hi All!  I have a 2003 Ford E-350 that I'm slowly converting to a camper.  Most things are fine for me to manage, but I want to add a window to the driver side in the back, just behind the driver…Continue

Started Mar 13, 2017

Truck Campers for sale questions
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Hi all, I'm selling both my truck camper projects, and one guy wants to know if either would fit in his 6' truck bed.  His GVW is 9000 in a 2006 Dodge Ram diesel. I have '68 Frolic and '68-9…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lakota Wolf Aug 9, 2016.


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Frolic truck camper
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Northeastern CT
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Looking for advice on transforming truck camper...

...into a small trailer. 

I'm selling my truck and buying a van, so I don't need the two camper projects I've gathered.  I only have one set of jacks, so if I get rid of the '68 Frolic, and keep the (approx) '70 Real-Lite, I was thinking of cutting off the cab-over bunk, and slicing off the two feet at the back that currently has no floor and fixing it up and attaching ti to a trailer frame. 

I could leave the two feet on the back, it'll have the trailer floor…


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