Load and Unload a Truck Camper on a Pickup Truck | Go North Discover Extra



Be part of us as we stroll you thru what it takes to load and unload a truck camper from the mattress of a pickup truck and share some ideas and tips to make it simpler.    On this video we’re utilizing the Lance 1172 and Ford F350 that we traveled to Alaska and the arctic ocean in.  We go step-by-step and canopy issues like web site choice, leveling, jack operation and truck camper tie downs.   With just a little apply  taking a truck camper on and off might be fairly straightforward.  

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This Post Has 17 Comments

  1. Just back in without knocking it over… or scraping the wheel wells.. or raising the jacks before unplugging the 6 way.. or yikes like my first time – attaching the tie downs BEFORE backing in.. but fortunately on that mishap – I had a spotter who yelled whoa in time. I haven't been able to teach the dog to keep her head down so I can see a tape to line up with. I'm jealous of that dash display that shows if the truck is level. Thanks for sharing all your adventures.

  2. I've always wanted a truck camper. I have a f150 and a travel trailer. They are really nice and I enjoy them but truck campers look like they would be fun.

  3. New to the Channel . Is this a permanent rig for you guys? Or was it a loner, for your GO North expedition .

  4. Loved your GO NORTH series. Particularly interested as we travelled on many of the same roads on our trip in the of summer of 2018. We had been talking of going north for a very long time and started a serious conversation and research over 5 years ago? What routes to take, what towns to visit? What attractions to explore? What could we expect for weather, bugs and wildlife. What type of RV to take? (We had a 5th wheel and F250). Where to camp? Where to get potable water and dump our tanks? What maps are available. Information guides?
    PERHAPS you could do a video on some of your research process along with helpful hints for those that want to plan their own GO NORTH trip and the situations they will encounter and not necessarily think off, ie the 24 hours of sun as you cross the Arctic circle and how to adapt. Thanks

  5. We bought a 1999 lance (no slides) just to spend 2 summers driving across Canada and up to Tuk. Our manual jacks made the on/off process a much longer process. I disliked taking the camper on and off. And built out a cargo tray into the rear hitch for a 5-gallon gas tank and extra storage. Electric jacks and fast guns are the way to go. Good tutorial.

  6. Thank you for showing us how it’s done. It’s a beautiful setup you have. Safe travels, Paul (Australia)

  7. Was that some selective enhancement on your face or did you overlay from a different shot? It doesn't quite look right.

  8. How did u get such a great opportunity to borrow a truck camper?

  9. Can someone steal the camper using their own truck?

  10. Hi Tom and Kate thank you for showing this my mom and I have a Truck camper and love it we do have the manual jacks though and decided to save to upgrade the jacks

  11. Thanks for sharing! Keep up the good videos! I love how y'all made it look so easy!

  12. That is a real nice set up and you two make it look easy to unload and reload the camper .

  13. Glad to to see that you made it back safely. Looking forward to more videos and seeing you on TV.

  14. awesome video keep it up, collab bro? 😀

  15. awesome content keep it up bro, let's be yt buddies and collab :DD

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