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Beddows

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That is a very interesting jacking system on that Oregon hardside pop-up camper.


He has adapted happijacs so they double raising the camper off the truck or raising the roof. When I saw him in Ogallala, he was still trying to deal with the problem of uneven rates of rise & fall with them.

Now I notice he is now using Reico. That looks like Bob from Reico in the one picture, so I wonder if the issue is the same with those?

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SoCalDesertRider wrote:

that is a dumb place to put solar panels on that Lance.


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OK there it says he has them covered with Lexan. That would do it.

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Do you happen to remember which Adventurer that was in the first two pics? I am trying to get more info on the 950B. I am assuming it is for a LongBed.


It looks like the 910FBS to me judging by the window arrangement. A little hard to tell, but the drivers side slide arrangement, if that is a slide, is the tip off.

BTW Lance, nice going, putting a solar panel where rock rocks can clobber it. Hope its robust.


Those solar panels were custom for the owner of that camper as I recall. There is some sort protective covering on those.

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I thought that some of those manufacturers were out of business?
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Nice coverage, well done!

The photos of the new flat-bed design are appreciated [emoticon]

I think that this qualifies as a trip report. I'm going to make a new section called: 'RVIA Shows' and post it there.

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Nice pics, thanks for sharing. Wow some beautiful campers , I dream ...


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BradW wrote:

Raiders5 wrote:

...I had no idea one could buy a Lance Camper through Costco.

I didn't either and I'm still not sure you can.............but that sure looks like what the sign says.

Brad


Costco keeps sending be a Lance flyer, stating they'll give you a $500 Costco gift certificate if you buy a Lance.


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Beddows wrote:

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Brad,
Do you happen to remember which Adventurer that was in the first two pics? I am trying to get more info on the 950B. I am assuming it is for a LongBed.


It looks like the 910FBS to me judging by the window arrangement. A little hard to tell, but the drivers side slide arrangement, if that is a slide, is the tip off.

BTW Lance, nice going, putting a solar panel where rock rocks can clobber it. Hope its robust.

I believe both models 910FBS and 950B have a driver side slide. The Graphics is what made me think it was the 950B. But you may be able to get that on any model.

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Mooney wrote:

they'll give you a $500 Costco gift certificate if you buy a Lance.


That could buy a lot of toilet paper!


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