Truck Campers on Goose Neck Trailers

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Truck Campers on Goose Neck Trailers

Post by Murph » Thu Aug 13, 2009 11:34 am

WANT WANT WANT WANT

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Not many details, but looks totally awesome. Can I haz the aw3some? :wink:
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Re: Truck Campers on Goose Neck Trailers

Post by eazy » Thu Aug 13, 2009 11:44 am

I have a "wheelin" buddy that has a similar set up though it is an overhead camper on a I believe 40' gooseneck trailer with his rock buggy on the rear. I agree it is awesome all he has to do is pull in and set up his awning and he has a mobile shop with a house attached.
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Re: Truck Campers on Goose Neck Trailers

Post by velojym » Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:56 pm

Bugout Basecamp!
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Re: Truck Campers on Goose Neck Trailers

Post by sirenmoses » Sun Aug 16, 2009 1:09 am

eazy wrote:I have a "wheelin" buddy that has a similar set up though it is an overhead camper on a I believe 40' gooseneck trailer with his rock buggy on the rear...
Ya, some of the yota guys w/buggies set up like this too. One guy even put his off-road trailer w/a roof-top tent on the trailer, for guest quarters, and still had room for his buggy.

Right now, I'd settle for the shovel+ other tool bracket on the sleeper...

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