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Also if any of you guys know a good forum or way to get the word out to the oilfield guys let me know, they use these all the time. Trying to avoid the craigslist thing if I can. FIL isn't crazy about strangers coming to his house.
Terry list it in the cowboy sports news.
 

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Damn thats cool, but I dont think it would fit in the back of Titan.
Can't remember if you have the crew cab or extended cab titan...if you have the true 6 foot bed I bet it would be close with the tailgate down. Measure it up man, I will cut the TTZ AOY a smoking deal on this thing.
 

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My father in law is selling his slide in truck camper. This style of camper was designed for the rodeo guys but works just as well for the tournament circuits. The best part is that you can put it in the back of a 1/2 ton and still have the haul/tow capacity to pull your boat. This one is bare bones, he bought it to haul expensive guitars, PA, amps, etc. in a dry and secure fashion and has only had it for a few years. It is the 8 foot longbed model but I believe it will fit into a short bed with the tailgate down. You may have to look into a hitch extender in that case to pull the boat. It is up on Plano but we can figure out a deal to get it down here.

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Up for sale is my Capri Model 42 slide in truck camper that I bought new from the factory in 2010. Exact details and dimensions can be found at:
.: Capri Campers :: Models :: Model 42 :.

This camper has never been slept in and never used for the way it was intended. I bought it to haul around musical gear in a dry, secure fashion and it has served its purpose well for that. Included are two Brophy camper cable jacks, 1000 lb/set ($300/set new). So you are getting an almost brand new camper with jacks for just over half the cost of new. You could easily add AC and other amenities to make it a great pickup truck camper.

Will fit any long bed pickup truck"

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He is asking $1650, which is a steal.
My father in law is selling his slide in truck camper. This style of camper was designed for the rodeo guys but works just as well for the tournament circuits. The best part is that you can put it in the back of a 1/2 ton and still have the haul/tow capacity to pull your boat. This one is bare bones, he bought it to haul expensive guitars, PA, amps, etc. in a dry and secure fashion and has only had it for a few years. It is the 8 foot longbed model but I believe it will fit into a short bed with the tailgate down. You may have to look into a hitch extender in that case to pull the boat. It is up on Plano but we can figure out a deal to get it down here.

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Up for sale is my Capri Model 42 slide in truck camper that I bought new from the factory in 2010. Exact details and dimensions can be found at:
.: Capri Campers :: Models :: Model 42 :.

This camper has never been slept in and never used for the way it was intended. I bought it to haul around musical gear in a dry, secure fashion and it has served its purpose well for that. Included are two Brophy camper cable jacks, 1000 lb/set ($300/set new). So you are getting an almost brand new camper with jacks for just over half the cost of new. You could easily add AC and other amenities to make it a great pickup truck camper.

Will fit any long bed pickup truck"

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He is asking $1650, which is a steal.
is this still for sale?
 

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I am in the market for a good used cowboy camper or similar for my 6.6 foot Ford F150 pickup. I live in Southern Utah but would travel if necessary for the right camper. Please advise.
 
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