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Old 05-30-2013   #1
 
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Custom Camper Shell Interiors Lets See Um

Lets see some custom camper shell interiors. I will be customizing mine this week in time for the North Fork race. So far it will consist of a dark grey headliner with two overhead LED lights, a stainless steel flush mount on/off switch, two 3-way 12v receptacles, two small 12v fans, a nice twin size pillow top mattress, some velcro black out curtains, and I am thinking of some storage compartments. I also have a ladder rack that I will be carrying boats on from now on. PHOTOS TO COME SOON. I would love to see other peoples ideas though.

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Lets see some custom camper shell interiors. I will be customizing mine this week in time for the North Fork race. So far it will consist of a dark grey headliner with two overhead LED lights, a stainless steel flush mount on/off switch, two 3-way 12v receptacles, two small 12v fans, a nice twin size pillow top mattress, some velcro black out curtains, and I am thinking of some storage compartments. I also have a ladder rack that I will be carrying boats on from now on. PHOTOS TO COME SOON. I would love to see other peoples ideas though.
Thats sounds like either a really white trash camper or a styled out ski/boaters canopy. Which one are you talking about?
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I call it "The Riverfront Hotel" It will be done right so it won't be white trash. Sleeping in a tent when you could sleep in style in a camper shell is white trash LOL
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I call it "The Riverfront Hotel" It will be done right so it won't be white trash. Sleeping in a tent when you could sleep in style in a camper shell is white trash LOL
I dont care what you call your river rapist mobile. Are you trying to out-fit a camper shell or a canopy? Anyway TGR has a good thread on this
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I dont care what you call your river rapist mobile.
Ha Ha It is a fiberglass Camper shell.
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Just built my shelf this weekend but could use ideas for styleing it out definitely going to get some curtains and a little solar panel.
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Weird. I spent most of my work day researching doing just this.

Problem is for my Titan a shell is around a grand.

I found this, though:

Luxury Truck Bed Camper Build | Chris King

I'd probably skip the built in stove and sink, and add a removable piece in the center to make a single bed (if needed). Otherwise, this is pretty cool.
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Saw this a few weeks ago near the Shire.

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Have you looked at the tapui roof top tent? Pretty sweet for 750$ and then you have the rest of your truck bed to put gear in.
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Starting with a shell that is more than cab high is the key to having a little head height in your bed as well as decent storage underneath. Heaven forbid you have a short bed and have to leave the tailgate down.
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