willibill c: Those latches, that hold the top down, I worked at a place that
powdercoated those latches, I must have done a million of them.
Ian Miles: Might as well got to a Hotel.
CanadaCraig: I have to say.. it does seem a bit intimidating. But like anything - I
guess - you would soon get the hang of it.
plstrom: the felcros look weak but that looks like a cool camper
Do It Yourself Bri: I had one of these! Made for fun family camping trips.
Cecilia Mackie: Great work! :) Cecilia xo
soup dragon: how heavy is one of these pop ups
james marshall: 10 cases of beer can be easily fit into your pick up
WyattsMumma: Thank you for this demo,, makes me so much comfy in buying a Pop up Camper
Basden's American RV Center: @MYWHIT3BOY Glad to hear that it helped you! Check back often for updates
or check out our fan page on Facebook. Just search Basden's American RV
Center. Thanks again and happy camping!
Basden's American RV Center: Nah... After you get the hang of it, you can set up a popup by yourself in
less than 10 minutes. There are two-person teams that can have one setup in
2.5 minutes! It seems like a lot to do, but it's all in the procedure and
OldDood: Question: Can a Toyota Tacoma 4x4 with the 4 Cylinder 159 hp engine pull
something like this easily? It also has a 5 speed manual tranny as
well...(would it need a transmission cooler?) I always wondered if my
Tacoma could pull one of these without destroying it.
H Siu: I'm exhausted just listening to the instructions.
transformje: I want one
devon hutchison: thank u
TheBhinz57: i have a power winch ha ha! just flip the switch .
Monkey8649: Too complicated
djjoshbibby: How much
Aaron Lawson: And if your car can't pull an Airstream?
Andy .D: Always wondered how these campers worked! Thanks!
Basden's American RV Center: @adkitchen We're here to help! Glad it helped you.
iwemcurry: My sister sets hers up in 10 minutes. And if she moved any slower she
woulld be going backwards.
Steven Ardianto: Wow...What a complete camper trailer tent!
Maria Helena de Oliveira Santos: Very,very GOOD
platter63: Thanks that was very helpful...I'm about to buy a pop up, sometime in the
next 6 months..I always wondered how they worked.
Brandon Roach: very helpful, thank you
decksters1000: I bought a 2010 Rockwood Freedom....last Dec and it is so so easy to set up
and put down.....I have a Explorer SUV and it pulls llike nothing is behind
segismundo Fontenla: Este es el mejor mas compacto, mas completo.
Basden's American RV Center: Check out our website. Link in the description above.
servicet00ls: very very very intersting!! :) i would buy this in the future ;)
biglightbt: Pop-Ups are a huge pain in the ass, I used to have an old single-piece-roof
Coleman and it was a piece of crap and impossible to set up. If you can
afford to get one look at hybrid trailers. They have soft sided fold outs
for the bed and a traditional RV body. Have a Jayco X23B now and it is just
a totally different experience using it.
Michael Undas: I thought this would be much easier!
DonDomel: Where can I buy it and how much does it cost ?
Patricia Tencza: Thank You!!! very informative!!!
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