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August 20, 20182

There’s only one way to get your popup camper’s roof cranked up or down and the socket for the lift system is often quite proprietary. For this reason, I always carry an extra crank handle in case the original was left on the camper and then rattled off during transit, or simply got left behind either at home or the campsite.


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May 5, 20170

There are several “must have” features for a popup camper. Some are easy for you or a dealer to install while others are better to have been included by the factory at build time. Learn more in this post about factory versus aftermarket options.


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January 5, 20170

The same manufacturer or even the same length popup camper can come in drastically different floorplan options. Here’s how to decide which is best for your needs.


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October 23, 20161

Hitching a popup camper behind your vehicle can sometimes force bikes and other gear to your tow vehicle’s roof rack. Or, perhaps you have a rack for kayaks and other items on top of your popup camper’s roof. In these situations, we put these “Look Up Dummy” static cling stickers on the windshield as an effective reminder before backing into the garage or driving under an overhang!


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August 5, 20160

When a new camper arrives from the factory, it is not in camp-ready condition. Learn how to ensure that your dealer proper prepares a new popup camper, and even what to look for when buyign used.