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Posted: 10/29/19 09:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It's an accident looking for a place to happen.


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Posted: 10/29/19 11:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Depends if it's bolted to the frame or not.
- Bolted: Class C
- Not bolted: Truck Camper
- Former life: 5er.


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All of you is guessing wrong!
That there is REDNECK!


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Frankenstein is all I can come up with... Gotta be an F550 with some 22.5" semi wheels/tires on it... but, it looks to be pretty tall up front, so dunno on that..

But, whatever works for ya! You would be the talk of the camp ground for sure!

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Nick-B is correct. The term 'redneck' should be used in the description.

Also, the picture makes the wheel track look very narrow. Photoshop?

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Super C5er POS edition. The rear fender skirt is awesome. No self respecting redneck would be caught dead in that thing.

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I'm ducking just look in at it! Can't imagine how it is driving it and coming up to a bridge!!! That's gotta be well over the federal 13.6-14ft height limit! Not to mention top heavy as hell.


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Way too tall. Not legal.Truck camper.


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Posted: 10/30/19 08:17am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Prototype Keystone model, you all complained about the Dexter axles and drum brakes.[emoticon]

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Creative - but too many steps to climb. Like a treehouse-on-wheels.

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