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Old 10-04-2012, 10:26 PM   #21
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Thanks John. I really like the one I am considering. I am just concerned about it being too long for my short bed.
Jim, I had the self contained model and I think it was 9"6" and covered my tailgate.
The F-250 is more than adequate.
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:26 PM   #22
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Thanks John. I'm beginning to think I am ok. The Bigfoot camper was made for a long bed and I have a shortbed but the difference in the weight hanging out the back in certainly no more than what would be on my hitch if I was pulling a trailer.
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Todate the only thing I need to do is put Air bags on the F250 to make it ride better.
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Another problem you might have is the bedside height vs the camper depth. You might need to make a platform for the camper to sit on. I love truck campers and plan on buying one if I ever find a great deal on one.

That is what I have to do too. Must rase the camper 1.5" so the rear cab doors open.
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Jim, I had the self contained model and I think it was 9"6" and covered my tailgate.
The F-250 is more than adequate.
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Thanks John. I'm beginning to think I am ok. The Bigfoot camper was made for a long bed and I have a shortbed but the difference in the weight hanging out the back in certainly no more than what would be on my hitch if I was pulling a trailer.

I leave the tail gate on and this 11.6' campers fits to the end of the tailgate. but I am going to install aribags.
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