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Thread: Xpedition Camper out of Minnesota

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    How doers this Friday sound?
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    Exterior getting ready for finishing. Interior nearly lined.
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    Progress pictures. White coating is a white ceramic thermal insulation that claims to lower temps from one side to the other by as much as 30 degrees F. We have coated the interior walls, floor and inside of roof prior to insulating.
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    Interesting.

    I certainly didn't see the seamless aluminum coming.

    How are you treating the seams? The nose looks to be a seamless nose-cone that us easy enough to fabricate off of the camper, but what about the rest of the pieces?


    Also, did I read that right? .19" Aluminum? As in, 3/16" ?

    What alloy? Depending upon the alloy that can be nearly 3# per square foot!

    Certainly not going to be light.

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    There is one horizontal and one vertical seam on each side. The seams meet over the center of a flat internal frame member that secures the panel with Sika 252. Seams are tight and straight as an arrow and or completely sealed on the back side.
    Planning on leaving the seam un-covered.
    Our camper weighs 4,000 pounds plus wet and is intended for a minimum 3500 truck (7500 pound payload).
    Pete

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    Looking good.

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    Thanks Howard.
    Posting pictures of near finished tray pack. Steps fold up into tool box. Fuel filler is a bit recessed for protection. Tools boxes are bolted to bottom of bed which allows for repair or replacing if damage accurs.
    Just need to fit covers and paint.
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    Looks fantastic!!!
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    I saw your website and the new 'camper logic' name.

    Are you rebranding yourselves?

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    Parent company HAF Eq paid for the development of camper project. The name Expedition Camper was used as a placeholder. The company was recently incorporated under the name Camper Logic LLC. Its now a real company with its own identity.
    We will be at the expo in May.
    Pete

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