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Well, thank you! But I don't have a slide-in camper yet; I am interested in them, however. If you know, are there many here in the Tundra Campers Club?

@trikebubble,

VERY nice! I assume it keeps you warm enough?

Do you have any interior pics, or did I miss one?

What brand is your camper? I'm in the NE US.
Ours is a Four Wheel Camper. It's a Hawk model, which fits the 6' bed. They make them for full and mid size, and different length beds. We were very warm overnight, the furnace works very well.

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Well, thank you! But I don't have a slide-in camper yet; I am interested in them, however. If you know, are there many here in the Tundra Campers Club?

@trikebubble,

VERY nice! I assume it keeps you warm enough?

Do you have any interior pics, or did I miss one?

What brand is your camper? I'm in the NE US.
Ours has a queen size slide out bed. Furnace, hot water heater, water tank, stove, dinette that folds down to a smaller bed, we have 160 watts of solar on the roof, a 3-way fridge, and outdoor shower.


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Well, thank you! But I don't have a slide-in camper yet; I am interested in them, however. If you know, are there many here in the Tundra Campers Club?
This thread has been around for a while and people have come and gone. No idea how many people are still here and active.
 

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Ours has a queen size slide out bed. Furnace, hot water heater, water tank, stove, dinette that folds down to a smaller bed, we have 160 watts of solar on the roof, a 3-way fridge, and outdoor shower.


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trikebubble,

Thank you, very much, for the brand/model info and pics. Good to know it keeps you warm, during SNOW camping, even with the (partial) soft sides.

The interior looks awesome!
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ottisville,

Thanks for the info re: the group's membership. I'm pretty confident this is the best place for me to find Tundra-specific, slide-in camper-info, and I'm not in a hurry, anyway.
 

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trikebubble,

Thank you, very much, for the brand/model info and pics. Good to know it keeps you warm, during SNOW camping, even with the (partial) soft sides.

The interior looks awesome!
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ottisville,

Thanks for the info re: the group's membership. I'm pretty confident this is the best place for me to find Tundra-specific, slide-in camper-info, and I'm not in a hurry, anyway.
Just refresher picture pic of my hallmark milner made in colo for four seasons.


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roddenby51,

I really like the airfoil shape of your camper--form follows function, yet looks good doing it--organic.

What is the name of that white paint on your Tundra? In that pic it has an ivory/cream tone, which I like. (We've had 3 pure-white vehicles consecutively--maybe time for some variation--LOL.)
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dakota,

Man, that is one nice-looking slide-in! It looks very "marine grade" (which I like--I'm a boater).

I was going to ask if they had an 8' model (as I didn't see one when I looked) but then I saw the price of the regular ones, and I don't think I could afford two more feet! :eek: LOL

But it is refreshing to see a manufacture put prices on their website, rather than saying "contact your dealer." Does the factory sell direct? I see they let you choose from three, different building materials--presumably for lightness?

Very cool.


Just refresher picture pic of my hallmark milner made in colo for four seasons.


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No posts since February!? This thread needs a little bump. Lets see some of your campsite pics this year.

Here we are all set up at Sleeping Bear Dunes in MI. This place should really be on everyone's bucket list of camping places!


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...Sleeping Bear Dunes in MI. This place should really be on everyone's bucket list of camping places!


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We agree! Indigo Bluffs campground in nearby Empire, MI. was really nice and in close proximity to all of the Sleeping Bear Dunes area attractions. Bike paths were plenty and linked historic sites along the shoreline/beaches with parks, small towns, dining and shops. We'll be back again this season. Here's a quick pic from our weekend in Brown County, IN (Didn't grab a campsite photo :| )

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hey all, how does one get added to this interesting group, and receive the highly coveted member number? I haul around a 32' tracer air with my 2017 CM... Hope that qualifies me! thanks in advance!
 

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This is my first time posting/seeing this thread. I haul a 32' Starcraft homestead with my 2017 CM. Here's 2 pics of my setup. The one with the water in the background is in Boothbay Maine last Oct and the other is this past weekend at Wawaloam in RI. We were down there for the Blue Angels.
 

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I just came back from Hoffmaster State Park in Muskegon, MI and took a day to explore the dunes at Silver Lake in Oceana County while we were there. I tow a 2016 Jayco X254 with a 2012 Crewmax TRD 4x4. Start of some fun times this summer.


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hey all, how does one get added to this interesting group, and receive the highly coveted member number? I haul around a 32' tracer air with my 2017 CM... Hope that qualifies me! thanks in advance!
The OP in this thread is long gone, so no one is giving out numbers.
 

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Towing a 38 ft Jayco Jay flight. 8000 lb dry It pulls it, but afraid of what it will end up doing to my beloved 2008 Tundra. So we had to upgrade the tow vehicle to the 2017 Ram 2500 Bighorn! This pic was taken at Icelandic State Park ND.


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Towing a 38 ft Jayco Jay flight. 8000 lb dry It pulls it, but afraid of what it will end up doing to my beloved 2008 Tundra. So we had to upgrade the tow vehicle to the 2017 Ram 2500 Bighorn! This pic was taken at Icelandic State Park ND.


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I love my Tundra too, but no way I would pull that with it.

BTW, your awning is crooked. ;)
 

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That's usually on purpose. It's to run rain water off to one corner of the awning.

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Spot was not exactly level either... If you notice the tounge almost sitting on the ground too bring it level.

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This is my first time posting/seeing this thread. I haul a 32' Starcraft homestead with my 2017 CM. Here's 2 pics of my setup. The one with the water in the background is in Boothbay Maine last Oct and the other is this past weekend at Wawaloam in RI. We were down there for the Blue Angels.
Welcome to my neck of the woods... I've been to Wawaloam and it is nice, but the water pressure was pretty low. One of these days I'll get up to Boothbay, till then, Point Sebago ME and Danforth Bay NH are on my list.

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Spot was not exactly level either... If you notice the tounge almost sitting on the ground too bring it level.

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I had a campsite like that three weeks ago. Nearly ground zero in the front and almost no room left to extend the stabilizers in the back.


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