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    Ram with Habitat

    Piscator, Here are the dimensions listed on AT’s site. I pulled a measurement to cross reference them and I was with about 1/8th”. Dimensional Specifications: Habitat closed: – 32.75″ tall with roof Bars, 32.25″ Tall with Track only (add 2″ for Full-size trucks, add 4″ for F-250/350) – 53″...
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    Toyota to Ram?

    Whoa man! Thing looks legit!!!
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    Toyota to Ram?

    I guess as a die hard Toyota fan who sold out and went Ram I’ll chime in here. I’ve had 2 Tacoma’s built out quite extensively and I absolutely loved them. Then recently I was looking into the 3rd gen. to put a Habitat on and had to go back to the drawing board once I talked to a couple of...
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    Ram with Habitat

    Thanks a lot. I love my Habitat, mainly because for somebody like me who prefers a camper shell for everyday use it functions well in that capacity. Then for getting out and adventuring, the ease of use for how much space you get is really where the Habitat shines. But as you said, for...
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    Ram with Habitat

    Well, here is my old setup. Best (and worst) of both worlds as far as set up goes I guess.
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    Ram with Habitat

    Set up with 1 person is no big deal with the Habitat. Just a few minutes once you do it a few times. Packing it up is slightly harder. I’m still a bit new to it (I’ve only had it for a couple of weeks) and it takes me about 5-7 minutes or so to make sure that I have all of the fabric tucked...
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    Ram with Habitat

    With some proper guying it would probably be just okay in the wind. But here in Az. I’ll take any shade that I can get. :)
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    Ram with Habitat

    Thanks Dave, it was largely your build that set the wheels in motion for this one so thank you. I may hitting you up for a little info on your air system install sometime down the road if you don’t mind.
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    Ram with Habitat

    Hello everyone, After years of use and tons of memories made in my old Tacoma with a flip-pac. I finally got around to an upgrade. It’s still a work in progress (because we all know that a build never really ends :)) but here are a few quick photos. I will try to put more up as the build...
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    Looking for OZ Tent reviews

    I recently picked up an RV-4 with a deluxe front panel, peaked side panels, and a mesh floor. We used it for 8 days in Indian Creek, Utah and the first 2 days we endured an absolute downpour. The rain just would not stop. This wasn't good because we were there to rock climb and that...
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    NEW MEMBERS: INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE!

    on a side note, do you know this handshake? You're damn right I do! That's where I got the name. My favorite episode of all time!!!!! Nice work BlkWgn!!! :bowdown And thanks for the info on the DRV. I would love to come check it out and hopefully pull on some rocks in J-tree while I'm in...
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    NEW MEMBERS: INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE!

    Pretty soon i should get get free'd up to put up a few more pics and info for anyone they may want to check it out. However, I am not sure what the DRV is :confused.
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    Partner Steel Stoves?

    I have one and I love it. They are built solid and easy to maintain and work on. As far as I know, basically every single raft company that I know of, that rafts the Grand Canyon uses Partner Stoves exclusively. Most often serving 20+ people in one of the routinely harshest environments on...
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    Dave's AT FlipPac Thread

    Hi Dave, I have enjoyed your build and your wonderful innovations for years now and I just jumped on board with the forum. Like always, bravo man! I have a similar type of build '09 Tacoma with a flippac (obviously nowhere near what you got going on) which I gain constant inspiration and...
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    Recommendations for a mountain bike carrier

    I researched this topic a ton before I bought my hitch rack. After all was said and done it came down to 2 racks: The Küat NV http://kuatracks.com/en/products/hitch/the-nv/ , and the 1up http://www.1upusa.com/ . Both are high quality and offer different features and neither are the least...
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