Built by Outfitter Manufacturing just North of Denver, Colorado, in Longmont, this camper is for a short-bed full sized truck. The dry weight of the camper is about 850 pounds.
The camper features: 3-way fridge, stove, sink with cold water, fresh water tank, forced air heater, LED cabin lights, two roof vents (one with a powered fan) and dinette seating. The sleeping quarters are a full-sized bed (that can be expanded to a queen) over the truck’s cab.
The sleeping quarters can be expanded to a queen. I use it ‘unexpanded’ as a very wide full. You can also see to the sink, heater and the pass through window to the truck cab.
The camper’s left (or port) side has the kitchen, vanity and the controllers for the electrics.
The right (starboard) side has the seating around a table. Under the aft (rear) seat is where the porta-potti is located. As my traveling partner is Momma Kitty the aft seat is the location where her litter box is kept.
This is the forward seat on the right (starboard) side of the camper. The water tank, 20 gallons, is under this seat. You can also see the pass through window to the truck’s cab. The white ‘hatch’ is where the battery is located.
This camper is used on to Toyota Tundras: 2007 and 2016 (the older is the work truck, the younger is the personal truck). To level the camper’s weight, and items towed by the trucks, Firestone air bags have been installed on both rigs’ rear axle.
Firestone airbags under the Tundra’s rear axle.