Micro RV --- Truck Topper/canopy Conversion --- 351#

whizbang

New member
My micro Rv truck topper is nearly complete.

I built it with a kitchen box on the driver side and a seating/sleeping/storage box on the passenger side. Both boxes can be easily removed. The kitchen weighs 78 pounds. The seating box weighs 73 pounds. With the 200 pound Snugtop canopy, the total package is 351 pounds.

My "RV" has a sink with a faucet gray water storage tank, a catalytic heater, stovetop, microwave, ice chest/cooler, deep cycle battery and charging systems.

Both boxes are a bit high for a topper/canopy. But, I have a Lone Peak Camper on order. Of course, I will be able to stand in that.

I leave on my first fishing trip Tuesday morning.
 

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rruff

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My "RV" has a sink with a faucet gray water storage tank, a catalytic heater, stovetop, microwave, ice chest/cooler, deep cycle battery and charging systems.
(y) Except for the electrical, my monstrosity has none of those!
 

whizbang

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Hah!

I forgot about the porta-potti. In the Lone Peak version, the cushions will be in a "L" shape. The porta-potti will slide under the leg of the L where the beach chair is in the photograph.
 

llamalander

Well-known member
Nice work, decorated too! I'm thinking you might have had collaborators!
Once you can stand-up, you're probably going to make everything taller, but that looks great for a regular cap. If you're actually 3' tall, I'd keep your money.
 

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