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    This would look nice on my Tacoma.


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    That's pretty cool Z!
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    Toyanvil has one I think. I looked into one for the Defender 90 but balked at the cost.
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    What, no pop-up trailer now?
    With the roof-top at least you can leave your bike on hitch carrier out of the elements should it rain. A couple hundred dollars can change the camper shell's side windows for "win-doors" that hinge up allowing easy side access to gear in camper's bed. I installed win-doors in a previous shell and decided they were invaluable upgrades, key them to match back hatch.
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    I can have both Fred that would be a good place for the grand kids in the tree house.
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    Those lucky kids would love the ladder access to their own private playhouse up there. Good idea, just tell parents you will put trampoline underneath should they fall.
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    Is that thing being supported by that ladder? Because that seems less than ideal...

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    Neat but how much work is it to set up? I used to have a truck bed tent. It was great... roomy (8' bed), etc. BUT, it was a major pain in the ass to setup. You pretty much needed a second person or you'd risk cracking or breaking the fiberglass poles. I ended up selling it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobG View Post
    Neat but how much work is it to set up? I used to have a truck bed tent. It was great... roomy (8' bed), etc. BUT, it was a major pain in the ass to setup. You pretty much needed a second person or you'd risk cracking or breaking the fiberglass poles. I ended up selling it.
    Looks like 2 seconds to set up.
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