Thread: Looking for the builder of this truck (RTT on ladder rack)

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    Default Looking for the builder of this truck (RTT on ladder rack)



    Does anyone know who built this truck out and travelled with it? I have a few questions to ask them about how they mounted the RTT but can't remember who built it! Thanks!


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    I don't know him or anything, but have seen a number of his videos and such. I want to say he was on here.

    As I recall, they used a couple of his videos on the CVT site. I will go look to see if I can find the ones I saw. I know I watched a number of his videos before ordering my tent.

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    Here, this is his youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_I...v9_kCaR8XWoDpg

    Here is a video he did of installing the tent:


    There are a couple other videos on his channel about the tent set-up.. They're older so you will have to go back about 5 years..

    If that doesn't get you what you are looking for, you can probably reach out to him through the channel.

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    Thank you!!!!! That's perfect!


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    Quote Originally Posted by yurtdweller View Post
    Thank you!!!!! That's perfect!


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    Sure thing! I thought of doing something similar as well.. But decided to go the trailer route instead. I like having a base camp that I can set up and tear down only once or twice in a trip.

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