Are S&S campers any good?
Our S&S is campares very favorable with everthing else we’ve owned. Obviously the truck camper is less complex than some of the other RVs we’ve had, but it is astonishingly roomy and very well made. My wife actually likes our S&S better than any of the others.
Can a 3/4 ton truck carry a truck camper?
Yes, a ¾ ton truck can carry a camper, as long as the truck camper weighs between 3000 and 4000 lbs. The average weight of a truck camper is 2,684 lbs unloaded, but of course, this varies depending on the camper type, whether it is a slide-out or a non-slide out model.
What is the cost of a truck camper?
Truck campers, because there are fewer of them, hold their value. If looking for new, expect to spend in the range of $5,000 up to a high-end of $60,000. A used model will range between $2,500 and $30,000 depending on the age, condition, options and manufacturer.
How fast should you drive with a truck camper?
How fast can you drive with a truck camper?
|State||The speed limit on rural interstates||The speed limit on urban interstates|
|Arizona||75 mph||65 mph|
|Arkansas||70 mph||65 mph|
|California||55 mph||55 mph|
|Colorado||75 mph||65 mph|
What size truck is best for truck camper?
Well, if you’re buying your first truck and you’re looking seriously at getting a truck camper, we suggest skipping the half-ton and 3/4-ton and buy a one-ton truck instead like a Ford F-350, a Ram 3500, or a Chevy Silverado 3500HD at a minimum.
How much does a 30 foot camper weigh?
The average weight of a 30 foot camper is between 5,200 and 5,800 pounds dry weight which is the weight of your camper with empty water tanks and no gear on board. Filling your tanks and throwing in your gear will bring the weight of most 30′ campers up to 6,700 and 7,300 pounds.