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  1. #31

    Re: Teardrops campers

    Hello! All
    My set up for the final.. before planning a Alaska trip just got back from 3500.0 miles trip
    All good with Trike & Pod Camper!! Total weight all gear 789-825.. tongue weigh of 89-90 lbs.
    Just keep in mind safety is always frist.
    Been pulling teardrop for last 31/2year.. got over 20,000. On my..
    a nice step up from sitting up tents are Tent campers ...
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  2. #32

    Re: Teardrops campers

    A new teardrop the road toad campers. Little bit lighter just came to market in 2019.
    Check it out.

  3. #33

    Re: Teardrops campers

    Started working on a Alaska vacation!! just Can’t get a enough camping in!

  4. #34

    Re: Teardrops campers

    Hello all, up here we have a manufacturer called Igoutte who just lunch the model called Bo-M for the motorcycle at 300lbs here is their weblink: https://www.microroulotte.com/
    Regards

  5. #35

    Re: Teardrops campers

    To each their own.. but trying to yank a 450-500lb EMPTY camper around behind a bike.. nah. The only one of the teardrop types I was every really interested in never really make it to market. Danged if I can remember the name now. The guy was a member on here and he had this really trick micro-teardrop that pulled apart and only weighed like 150lbs or something. Sheesh I hate it when I can't remember names and stuff... I can draw you a diagram of how the camper worked and narrate the video's he did.. but I can't say his name or the name of the camper.

    EDIT: Found it! Took me a bit of searching, but it looks like he's actually got a salable product!

    http://www.idahobedroll.com/

    This version is considerable heavier than his prototype.. I think it weighed 120lbs, but this one looks like it'll last longer than you will. The only real downside to this that I could never get an answer to is what do you do to enclose the sleeping area if it rains/snows etc? I mean, it would be simple as pie to get one of those 10'X10' canopies to put over it.. but he has to have something other than that!

  6. #36

    Re: Teardrops campers

    Quote Originally Posted by kaitiff View Post
    The only one of the teardrop types I was every really interested in never really make it to market. Danged if I can remember the name now.
    http://www.idahobedroll.com/
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