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Old 03-21-2013, 10:17 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by dmf564 View Post
There is one other option. Get a truck bed camper and a car trailer.
I 2nd that suggestion.

A truck with a slide in camper has the advantage of being able to tow something, can still use the truck with the camper on the site (although a bit of a pain to disconnect and connect again), plus that type of combo can usually get into many places that a truck and trailer can't.

The disadvantages are the smaller living space, plus I am not sure the currently owned 2500 would have the payload capacity for any but the lightest slide-in campers.


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