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Seriously, I would rather have a small tow behind. Even if it is just an S&B, or one of the other loaded out minis. You will be way happier.

Just tryin' to help. I have wasted a lifetime of money on a lifetime of camping in everything from pup tents, to Class A RVs. I have never purchased a truck tent, but I have stayed in one. Not worth the time it takes to set one up IMO. I liked the shell better, and I hated those, too D2
 

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Seriously, I would rather have a small tow behind. Even if it is just an S&B, or one of the other loaded out minis. You will be way happier.

Just tryin' to help. I have wasted a lifetime of money on a lifetime of camping in everything from pup tents, to Class A RVs. I have never purchased a truck tent, but I have stayed in one. Not worth the time it takes to set one up IMO. I liked the shell better, and I hated those, too D2

But if I were to buy a smaller rv that I could attach to my truck. Do I need to buy a bigger truck?
 

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Seriously, I would rather have a small tow behind. Even if it is just an S&B, or one of the other loaded out minis. You will be way happier.

Just tryin' to help. I have wasted a lifetime of money on a lifetime of camping in everything from pup tents, to Class A RVs. I have never purchased a truck tent, but I have stayed in one. Not worth the time it takes to set one up IMO. I liked the shell better, and I hated those, too D2

But if I were to buy a smaller rv that I could attach to my truck. Do I need to buy a bigger truck?

Heck no
 

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Seriously, I would rather have a small tow behind. Even if it is just an S&B, or one of the other loaded out minis. You will be way happier.

Just tryin' to help. I have wasted a lifetime of money on a lifetime of camping in everything from pup tents, to Class A RVs. I have never purchased a truck tent, but I have stayed in one. Not worth the time it takes to set one up IMO. I liked the shell better, and I hated those, too D2

But if I were to buy a smaller rv that I could attach to my truck. Do I need to buy a bigger truck?

Heck no
One of those little T@B style trailers. Light and not too big of a hit on fuel mileage. Kinda like a new age Boler! Lol

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Seriously, I would rather have a small tow behind. Even if it is just an S&B, or one of the other loaded out minis. You will be way happier.

Just tryin' to help. I have wasted a lifetime of money on a lifetime of camping in everything from pup tents, to Class A RVs. I have never purchased a truck tent, but I have stayed in one. Not worth the time it takes to set one up IMO. I liked the shell better, and I hated those, too D2

But if I were to buy a smaller rv that I could attach to my truck. Do I need to buy a bigger truck?

Heck no
One of those little T@B style trailers. Light and not too big of a hit on fuel mileage. Kinda like a new age Boler! Lol

4deee4ed145b71e0c13c27e34c1fad5b.jpg


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Thats cute but I want one of this one:

https://rv.campingworld.com/rvdetails/new-travel-trailer-toy-hauler-rvs/2017-pacific-coachworks-northland-hauler-24fsb-toyhauler-20k-SAC1396158


Or an airstream

https://www.airstream.com/travel-trailers/sport/


I would really love an airstream. :D
 

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If you spend Airstream $$, you're completely defeating the purpose of 'camping' (at least for the purposes you said before). That said, those tear-drop trailers were more expensive than I was expecting when I finally tracked down pricing on those things. :uhoh: :lol: (They were still nowhere near Airstream prices, though. :lol:)
 

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