What goes under your camper?

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  • #1131
    Bert
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    I’ll definitely consider 2×8. That actually might be easier to handle and store with the narrower width. Thanks!

    I think, the 2022’s, may be a refresh for the F350+ models, so may change. I think ’21 was refresh for the F150’s. Just a matter of how.
    I feel your pain. I missed the cutoff for the 2020’s and had to wait quite a while as I had to factory order. I was the first dually the dealer had sold and the first 7.3 gas on the island, and I think my sales guy said maybe the first 7.3 in the province as well.

    #1136
    Bert
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    Turns out the foam comes 2×8 anyway, so that’s what it’ll be. Might consider a small filler strip for the center to slide in between them. Keep them wedged a bit up to the wheel wells so to lessen the chance of shifting.
    I got two sheets of the 20psi board today. And if your spray in bed liner is like mine, those sheets stick to is like glue. Barely slide a single in and out without lifting it.

    The foam was $60/sheet. And I found a specialty wood store that carries Baltic Birch in 4×8′ sheets, as apposed to the usual 5×5′ sheets. But the 1/2″ is $109/sheet. So this ain’t cheap. 🙂

    #1242
    Cozimoto
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    Delivery is getting close, seems I won in the 2022 Chip lottery. I did get the factory spray in bed liner and I’ve talked with my N-L camper dealer and they use the structural board between the bed and bed mat so I’m hoping this is all going to work well. Thanks for your help Bert.

    #1396
    Les Jenkins
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    I have a 2020 F-350 DRW under a NL 10-2 EX LE. The truck has a spray in Line-X bedliner which is very grippy. On top of that I have Fiberglass Pink rigid insulation foam board 1″ I think (may be 1.5″ cost CA$100), then on top of that I have a Black Armor bed mat (amazon.ca $329). Camper never moves. Wont dispute any experts that say foam board could be a problem in certain circumstances, however I can say that we have had this for 3 years and have had no issues. On huge benefit to this setup is that its “modular” so I can remove and store it easily and doesn’t weigh a ton (like the tailgate, ugg).
    As a mod to this design I am thinking of cutting that foam board in such a way that it could act as a (short) tailgate for when we remove the camper while on the road.

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