I will try and post some pics this weekend. Camper is a 94 Fleet wood Cape Cod model. My main tow rig is a 96 Land Rover Discovery lifted 3 inch's with arb lockers front and rear. with a whole list of other goodies.
Post by eaglesflight on May 14, 2008 12:13:06 GMT -6
We may try to get out this weekend, though I have a full day on Saturday already planned, but it may be nice to come back to a nice campsite. If you are wondering, I do have to parallel park the camper along the alley in my back yard.
Eaglesflight 2 DS (11 & 7) Tucker (K9)
'10 Toyota Tacoma TRD 4x4 Doublecab
Hobbies: Flying, Firefighting, Guitar, Hiking and Camping
Post by mountainborn on Oct 11, 2008 20:12:01 GMT -6
The above photos don't show the genset on the travel trailer's tongue, or it's lockable box. Two bolts remove the box and genset, to return the Oliver to it's origonal factory configuration. The tongue on the Oliver, as made by the factory, will extend, making room to mount the 3000 watt Yamaha generator in a box on the tongue. Here is what it looks like:
The wireless remote start feature is pretty handy for microwaving a sausage biscuit before leaving for the deer stand !