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Pickup Camper

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1988 Lance Squire Pickup camper. 8-1/2 foot. Camper weight listed as 1,650-lbs with 33 gallons of water and 20-lbs of bottled gas. Great shape. Sleeps 3-4. Kitchen, Toilet, Jack and more. $2,500.00 (No shower). (Truck is NOT included). Pics available. (Just can't figure out how to post here!)

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Here's pictures:

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Thanks Valv.

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So what size truck would work best?

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I have in on an F250 3/4 ton and it handles it just fine. The wet weight (i.e., with 33 gallons off water and 20 propane)is listed at 1650lbs.

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Bump...

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have you had it going in cold weather? How is the heat?

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CAMPER IS SOLD!!!

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