Discussion in 'Camping Hiking and Backpacking' started by BigJ, Mar 3, 2010.
LOL.... I got one on my 6.2 <G>.
Don't know if there is an American equivalent:
Thing costs like 30K though and doesn't look like they supply to USA.
The American equivalent;
Fiberglass caps are lightweight and sturdy with weights ranging from 80 to 120 lbs. Some companies provide pickup caps made of their patented material that is lightweight, as strong as fiberglass, and cost-effective. Aluminum caps are usually used in lightweight trucks. These caps are sometimes less expensive than their fiberglass counterparts, but can be dented easier than the fiberglass caps. (http://www.offroaders.com/tech/truck-caps.htm)
this is great info...im looking for a nice decent tent setup for Moab in August...im just trying to find one small enough..or maybe something that can fit my tiregate in the outboard direction...im guessing it should as it extends out about the same as with the tailgate down...i need to hit a nice outdoor store...like cabellas and see what tents they have that could fit my truck.
im going with the tent cot...dead easy to setup and tear down and can be used off or on the truck...Great Choice Mark...im digging it! im going to measure out the inside of the bed in the AM to see how much room i got for a double...but this tent looks awesome and would love to go do some camping at Curt Gowdy prior to.
Hey Jesse where you staying in moan? The camp I stayed at is free for military...
we are not too sure where excatly we will be staying, but we are just browsing pics and so on for now...as we leave in August,.
which campsite did you guys stay in? free sounds great LOL
No cost wifi, good showers/latrines and onsite laundry.
My buddy is at Hill and goes there all the time.
Nice! yea Hill is probably in one of the best offroad locations for sure...Utah is bad ass man...im trying to get stationed there after my tour here. problem is with the down sizing...who knows if any positions will still be held out there.
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