Good Sam RV Club Member
I just read about this new camper that is in experimental form, but sounds incredible. It will take campers to the new level in weight, and make it possible for SRWs to finally carry campers with ease.
Nextgen's first model will have only 2 slides, but with the advanced materials, the slides can be full length which really opens up the floorplan more than normal. The plan to build a 3 slide model next, but I can't see why anyone would want 3 slides.
Read more about it with full specs here.
'10 Ford F-450, 6.4, 4.30, 4x4, 14,500 GVWR, '06 Host Rainer 950 Dbl Slide, Torklift Talon tiedowns, Glow Steps, and Fastguns. Bilstein 4600s, Firestone Air Bags, Hankook DH-01 225/19.5 Fs, Curt front hitch, Energy Suspension bump stops.
Salem and Smith Mtn Lake, Va
'03 2500HD CrewCab SB 6.0 Gas 4x4
'04 Northstar Laredo SC
2014 1500 Silverado 5.3 Double Cab
1951 Chevy 3100
Campbell River, B.C., Canada
Mike and Carole
2009 Triple E F254SSXL Fifth Wheel
2005 16.6 Double Eagle
2000 F350 7.3 SC 4X4
previously Snowbird Campers
Nice, should have known. No one is immune.
That is the coolest camper I've never seen.
I really like the grapefruit sized fusion reactor that uses freely available atmospheric nitrogen - goodbye generators AND bulky solar panels.... Modern science - ain't it cool!
The Road Goes Ever On
2008 F250 SD 4x4 Supercab, Detroit TrueTrac, Hellwig LP 35, 2006 Outfitter Caribou 6.5
VERY FUNNY!!! I really had my hopes up! ( )
'05 chevy 3500, duramax, allison, '00 Coachmen Futura 2790 TT, 35th anniversary edition, 05 lance 1130-stable lift
2009 Chevrolet Silverado LTZ 1500 4x4 5.3L
2011 Kodiak 281RLGS travel trailer
2011 Egg Camper
2010 Chrysler Town & Country
Good Sam life members
Bob & Grace professional retirees
Camped in 49 states. Missing Hawaii.
What, no wings?