Fixing the fiberglass will be easy enough and can be done from one or both sides. Be sure the jack points are strong and secure. You do not want this to ever fall
off the jacks. I recommend building some sort of stand to support it when storing it off the truck.
The front windows
are a potential problem area. Bigfoot
did away with them for a reason. Driving into a head wind could see 80 mph wind force and if it is raining water could get in easily. The fold down "rock protectors" in campers do more than protect camper windows
from rocks. They help keep water out by breaking the force of the wind at the rubber seals. I've had similar problems with forward hatches when sailing offshore. The solution in that case was a fiberglass duck bill add to the hatch
to break the force of the waves.
Keep the photos rolling in. I'm glad I'm not the only TC member here with a target on me.
Still I enjoy the group. There are lots of real experts in here and I value what I can learn from them.
I have, heaven forbid...a rubber roof and aluminum frame! So you are closer to the norm.
Were it not for the fact I like to Boondock, winter camp, park in a normal 20' parking spaces, feel secure being up high, and have the capability of towing a boat, I might have bought an egg camper
. In any event, we can share the dirty looks.
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