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post #1186 of 1299 (permalink) Old 07-04-2017, 11:46 PM
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Well the wife has a bun in the oven she is 6 months pregnant with our daughter Aaliyah and since you live in Louisiana we use to live in Slidell and we recently moved to the edge of mississippi to a town called Carriere.

You should look on YouTube and follow this couple named mark and trish they document their trips with kids in a travel trailer.. it got my wife into it and she has loved it ever since.. there YouTube Channel is called KEEP YOUR DAYDREAM! Check it out!
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@Chucksmith07 . Not sure if your still looking, but this might be a good option. May not be that far from you either.
https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/201...9BHS-121901719
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No problem. Was actually planning on getting one of those, but decided we didn't want to get that far away from the tent camping feel we love. We have been campers forever and just wanted off the ground. Ended up with a Flagstaff 23scse. Off road style pop up with toy hauler platform up front. It's nice and light and can go just about anywhere. The runner pulled it well, I may not even feel it behind the Tundra.



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Can I still get in on this? I haven't read all 80 pages yet, but the first four were awesome! We just do tent camping for now, but the camper will probably show up in a couple of years.

If possible, I'd like to be number 101.

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Miss my old pop-up...

My 92 Pickup with our old Pop-up. I really miss this old camper but we went with a hard sided trailer to combat the wind and loud neighbors at campgrounds.

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#98 . I would like to join this club. I'm new to the hold forum thing.

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I'm more proud of this than I should be...you won't believe the craftsmanship.

It works pretty good for my extended solo camping fishing trips.

When it is really cold I use a portable propane space heater I purchased from Cabela's to warm things up in the morning; and I sometimes use my one burner backpacking stove to make coffee if I'm too chicken to venture outside until things warm-up.

My dream setup though would be a pop-up camper along the lines of a Four Wheel Camper.
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New to the tundra and camper! Just bought my truck and looking to get a camper next year! Looking forward to learning alot about pulling!
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Bought a 2014 Tundra DC this past June. We had previously been exploring and adventuring in a 2007 built up Xterra with rooftop tent et all. I also have an 18" Rockwood Mini Lite which we had been pulling with the Xterra.
This past July we pulled the trailer to Oregon with the Tundra for our annual 2 week vacation. Holy crap is all I can say. i honestly had ot keep looking in the mirror (even going up a grade) to see if the trailer was still there. I was very impressed with her towing capabilities.

Anyhoo, the tundra was purchased with the goal in mind to build her into a great adventure and exploration and camping rig. With that thought in mind, we have ordered a Four Wheel Camper which should be ready sometime in late winter or early spring. The travel trailer will be getting sold in the spring, and we will start focusing on longer more adventurous type trips with our new setup.

While a build always seems ot be an ongoing process, I have already replaced all the suspension components (ADS RAcing shocks, MCM Fab uca's, OME Dakar leaf packs, Firestone airbags), and added larger tires and better wheels (295 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on 18" Method Double Standards). I have a front bumper (SSO Slimline Hybrid) to be picked up next week. I have Slee sliders, a winch, and a Hitchgate with fuel can and Hi-Lift jack holders (along with a new TRD Pro grille) sitting in my garage waiting for winter to be done so I can install them).

Our first long and real test of this new build will be pointing north next summer and driving to the Dempster Hwy, all the way to Tuk and the Arctic Ocean. We've been planning this for a couple years now.
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Bought a 2014 Tundra DC this past June. We had previously been exploring and adventuring in a 2007 built up Xterra with rooftop tent et all. I also have an 18" Rockwood Mini Lite which we had been pulling with the Xterra.
This past July we pulled the trailer to Oregon with the Tundra for our annual 2 week vacation. Holy crap is all I can say. i honestly had ot keep looking in the mirror (even going up a grade) to see if the trailer was still there. I was very impressed with her towing capabilities.

Anyhoo, the tundra was purchased with the goal in mind to build her into a great adventure and exploration and camping rig. With that thought in mind, we have ordered a Four Wheel Camper which should be ready sometime in late winter or early spring. The travel trailer will be getting sold in the spring, and we will start focusing on longer more adventurous type trips with our new setup.

While a build always seems ot be an ongoing process, I have already replaced all the suspension components (ADS RAcing shocks, MCM Fab uca's, OME Dakar leaf packs, Firestone airbags), and added larger tires and better wheels (295 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on 18" Method Double Standards). I have a front bumper (SSO Slimline Hybrid) to be picked up next week. I have Slee sliders, a winch, and a Hitchgate with fuel can and Hi-Lift jack holders (along with a new TRD Pro grille) sitting in my garage waiting for winter to be done so I can install them).

Our first long and real test of this new build will be pointing north next summer and driving to the Dempster Hwy, all the way to Tuk and the Arctic Ocean. We've been planning this for a couple years now.
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Very Cool. We sitting here being patient and all, and I have to look at all these awesome rigs with their pop-ups. It's making tick along real slow.
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How do I join this group, sorry new to all this.
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How do I join and get a number?...sorry, new to the community and haven't figured out all the functionality yet.
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