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Discussion in 'Vintage & Off The Wall Campers' started by PopUpSteve, Aug 8, 2018.
Watch that first step when going to the bathhouse as 3am!
I’m feeling inspired now.....
Think a kayak can haul that? I better work on my muscles.
On Pates Pond here in the Panhandle, there is a PUP mounted on a pontoon boat, this one is turned sideways and the beds are over the sides, it is a neat looking outfit and seems to work great, he has a porch (the front of the boat) with a canvass top , and I have seen him out fishing at night , then when finished he climbs in the PUP and goes to bed.
I would definitely have to limit my adult beverage consumption if I were going to spend a weekend in that camper!!
But how do you haul bikes and will my 2001 Alumacraft Crappie Deluxe with a 15 HP two-stroke tow it if I add a transmission cooler?
Very Very carefully and the brakes should be no problem on the downhill, something will stop you
If I get close to the GVW, do I add some barrels and call it good?
The Old Redneck way,barrels are cheap so that'll work for sure.
Don't need no shore power, he has batteries and a Coleman lantern
Owning a 2006 Flagstaff Pop up 625D . Tires see to fail to often
They are 1350 lb cap. Should I increase wheel wells and go to 14 imchers and more capacity weight
How do you winterize? Removing all of the water could be "challenging".
Wow, just wow.... I am thinking the words "hold my beer" are involved here.