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Old 01-31-2011, 07:36 PM
DanB98TJ DanB98TJ is offline
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Originally Posted by TObject View Post
Sweet, I want one. How does the mom's attic handle the weight without any kind of visible supports?
I've had a chance to check out a few Four Wheel Campers (although not this one - that's a sweet setup!). I don't know what kind of internal bracing/frame they use for the upper bed area, but they seemed pretty solid and well built. For a basic folding truck camper they seem to be one of the higher quality ones out there.

I had an older Palomino pop-up truck camper, and even as cheaply as it was made I never had any concerns with the strength of the overhead bed - there just isn't enough room up there for a very large person/couple, and any "activities" would be pretty limited for most normal people.
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