Scamp 19’s come with one of two factory suspension heights, standard or raised (3” lift). That allows them to fit trucks with different cargo bed rail heights. Most newer full-size trucks and even some mid-sized trucks require the raised suspension so the loft can clear the pickup bed when towing level.
You will want to determine which yours has by inspecting the axle
mount to see if there’s a spacer block between the axle
and the main frame rails. Once you know which you have, a call to Scamp will tell you the range of bed rail heights suitable for your trailer. Take a tape measure with you as you shop for a truck.
What size wheels does your Scamp have? In my opinion the minimum size should be 14” with load range D tires
, but it wasn’t always so. Check tire date codes.
I hear you about just sitting in the Scamp. Shortly after we got ours a student intern took over our guest room/home office for a semester. It was a great excuse to set up shop in the Scamp!