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Arctic Fox and frameLess windows

We ordered a new 2021 AF1150 back in early Feb at the Seattle RV show. It was supposed to come in July. With the virus and everything that has happened we are now looking at September. What is really disappointing to us is all their AF truck campers are now coming with frameless windows. When we ordered it they had started shipping a “Legacy” 990 dictions with the frameless windows but we were assured by the factory representative that all other production models would come with the sliders. That is not the case. I went to the dealers and did some measurements of a new model AF camper with the windows. Given how little they open I estimate they reduce the opening size for airflow by 67%. With the loss of the opening pass through window these campers are losing a lot of airflow. No more sitting in the camper and enjoying a breeze I guess. Just a heads up.
brholt 07/15/20 01:59pm Truck Campers
RE: 350/3500 trucks, engine weight gas vs diesel

Extra weight is pretty much always a disadvantage off-road.
brholt 07/11/20 09:19pm Truck Campers
RE: Truck Camper Liability Insurance

Just checked my separate truck camper policy. It has comprehensive and collision but not liability. The insurance on the truck covers the liability.
brholt 06/10/20 10:46am Truck Campers
RE: Rear View Camera

I added a backup camera plugged into the Ford tailgate camera harness. This means it only comes on when I back up. I have found it incredibly useful. My wife rarely has to spot for me backing up.
brholt 06/09/20 02:22pm Truck Campers
RE: Tie-down systems performance/safety vs cost

Definitely not Brophy tie downs. How are you going to use the camper? Paved streets and campgrounds? Crawling over rocks on trails? The more off-road, the more I would tend to the Torqlift. The other thing to consider is how long you intend to keep it and use it. Amortizing over a long time makes the costs come down
brholt 06/09/20 01:58pm Truck Campers
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