Review: Northern Lite 8-11EX SE Wet Bath

Top Short-Bed Truck Camper for One-ton SRW Trucks

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Northern Lite 8-11EX SE WB

Last year, Truck Camper Adventure reviewed the “Top 8 Short-Bed Truck Campers for One-ton SRW Trucks” and Northern Lite’s 8-11EX Wet was at the top of the list. You can read what Truck Camper Adventure had to say about the 8-11EX Wet below.

Based out of Kelowna, British Columbia, Northern Lite suffered a terrible fire in 2014, but has come back better than ever by building one of the best, most luxurious truck campers in the entire industry.

One reason for this high quality is Northern Lite’s fiberglass, “clam-shell” exterior. The molded fiberglass design produces not only a superior, aerodynamic structure, but also one that is stronger and doesn’t leak like typical campers.

The camper’s 9-foot floorplan features a north-south queen-size bed, a roomy wet-bath, a face-to-face dinette, loads of storage, and a large kitchenette. Standard features include all-wood cabinets with beautiful sapele veneer paneling; a mirrored, three-way 6.3-cubic foot refrigerator; a 6-gallon DSI water heater; a dual battery compartment, Seitz windows, and a three-burner propane cooktop. The 2,650 pound camper also features an 18,000 btu furnace, two 20-pound propane tanks, a 9,200 btu air conditioner, a 95-watt solar power system, a 45-amp Progressive Dynamics converter/charger with three-stage Charge Wizard, LED lighting, and side and rear awnings. The tank sizes in the Northern Lite 8-11EX are excellent, too, with 33 gallons fresh, 24 gallons grey, and 13 gallons black. Can also be ordered with a dry-bath.

The Ozite “furry” headliner and the dated, turquoise color exterior graphics are the only negatives in what is otherwise an outstanding, four-season camper.

You can read the full Truck Camper Adventure article here.

Have you gone on an epic road trip with your Northern Lite Truck Camper? We would love to hear about it and possibly feature it on In The Wild!