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bfrazier bfrazier is offline
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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Bandon
Posts: 7
Trailer Name Camper
Year 2001
Make Bigfoot
Model 2500
Length 10.6
Packages Dry Bath, A/C, Awnings.
History This is our second Bigfoot Truck Model 2500 Truck Camper and we love just them.
Bone stock, but everything works.

You just can't beat gel coat cast fiberglass for durability! I used a buffer and compound to bring the gel coat shine right back to life. We don't think it looks 21 years old!

13' barn doors
Well, I had to customize my barn doors from their 9' height up to 13 feet. Keeping these fiberglass units out of direct sunlight I believe is the key to keeping them looking great.

Heng's 16-45032 Roof Coating Alkyd
Resealed the roof penetrations with Heng's 16-45032 Roof Coating Alkyd

This is what comes on them out of the factory, not a soft goopy coating but a fiber reinforced Alkyd.

Other Information
We lived in Bandon (Oregon) for many years, and happened to see lots of 'glass moving down the road. Sue googled Fiberglass Jamboree and sure enough - there was an event, so we went and had a look! At Bullard's Beach we met Deb and Chuck at the Oregon Gathering 2021, and figure on participating next year.

Tow Vehicle
Bonniville Salt Flats
2011 Ford F-350 Dually 1 ton, King Ranch Edition.

We did things a little backwards this time: Bought the camper then had to find a truck. I found this one in Denver, ten years old, it has 22,000 miles on it, so I flew to Denver and drove it back to Oregon. Yes, only 22,000 miles!

Driving home from Denver, I just had to stop at Bonneville Salt Flats!
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