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    Hey 383man, thats a great camper, most of the toy haulers I've seen are just to big. That looks like a perfect size to me. I went to there website and saw it has a rear slide-out, sweet!

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    yep, it's pretty great, it has the front cargo area/garage that i put the pw80 and grizzly in, and put the yfz450 in the back of the truck, and your in business, then when you get there, the front cargo area has a full bed that folds down and you have a seperate bedroom from the rest of the camper, pretty ideal.

    2009 silverado Crew Cab LTZ Z71 4X4
    6in FabTech suspension lift
    35x13R18 nitto terra grapplers
    6k and risin

    Previously owned vehicles-
    2007 silverado ext cab LT 4x4
    2001 silverado std cab 2wd
    1990 toyota pickup
    1989 Trans Am GTA
    1957 Chevy Pickup stepside

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drake_korthos View Post
    I have some pictures of the set up in my gallery, but I'll add some here later!
    That looks like a wonderful set up. I've dabbled with the idea of getting a similar set up but I haven't yet pulled the trigger. I think that it would be an easier decision if my truck was 4x4. Anyway, I usually just throw a tent down where ever I need to sleep. The last several times that I've been camping it has been completely unplanned so now I just keep a lot of my essential camping gear in my toolbox so that I always have it just in case (M.R.E.s, trail gps, fire capabilities, survival knife, first aid, tent, an extra change of clothes, etc. etc. etc.).

    So that raises an interesting question... Will the Sportz III tent work with a toolbox? Probably not, huh...

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    [QUOTE=So that raises an interesting question... Will the Sportz III tent work with a toolbox? Probably not, huh...[/QUOTE]

    Ya know, I bet it might! You'll end up sacrificing space in the bed and uniformity of the tent, but it might be doable! Course for a better fit, removing the toolbox would be ideal. I know it's a little more expensive, but have you considered buying a box that's flush with the top of your bed and a shell? That way you'd still have your supplies in the bed, and the shell would provide the protection minus the tent. Next time we go camping, I'll take more Set up photo's so ya'll can see the space needed and whatnot! Cheers!

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