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From the Xtreme campers website. I want one!




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Clicky to a larger version
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SWEET! I want one!


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How long will those camper jacks last?


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Pretty cool, but I wonder how long the camper's fiberglass will hold up from being pelted by rocks from those tires. Looks like the tread could hold some hefty sized stones. Is he compensating for something?


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"larger version". Now the thought of that brought a chuckle....

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Posted: 02/07/12 05:57pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I wonder how long it will last before it hits the first bridge and turns into a pile of junk.


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Posted: 02/07/12 05:57pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very cool, but..Can you say......Low Bridge! Just curious, where is the boarding ladder or do you have the local airport roll up some stairs. My guess is that the jacks will almost make it to the ground and but won't have the extension to actually get the TC off the bed when the springs ease off. That thing is more tree-house than camper.

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Finally a Single Rear Wheel Ford pickup that will not exceed the GVWR when a camper is on board and towing a 8,500 pound 4 horse trailer!

Great picture!

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PS: I might want one, but don't know about filling that pair of 45 gallon fuel tanks, it might get expensive.

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Hard to tell from the photo but I don't see a front differential .


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