Got our new Camp X camper!

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Drove to Colorado to pick it up( the closest dealer).
 

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That is a nice setup.
Do you have a write up on your rock lights? one of the best placements I've seen so far with the coverage.
 
That is a nice setup.
Do you have a write up on your rock lights? one of the best placements I've seen so far with the coverage.
I don't. I can post some pics of placement. I used 8 KC Cyclones, 2 in the front, 2 in the rear and one under each door.
 
Looks great. I am jealous. Can't wait until i get my camper (different brand) later in summer.
 
Those Cyclone lights are awesome! Very nice install!
I have two that I plan on using as under hood lights to supplement the cord reel light that I have under there. I also have a set of six Rock Lights that I have yet to install. One in each wheel well and the other two under each door area.
 
Those Cyclone lights are awesome! Very nice install!
I have two that I plan on using as under hood lights to supplement the cord reel light that I have under there. I also have a set of six Rock Lights that I have yet to install. One in each wheel well and the other two under each door area.
I didn't go the wheel well direction because I don't really care what the top of my tire looks like, even tho that's where most people put them. Mine are mostly for area lights for camping and for lighting up obstacles. Lets see some pics when yours is done.
 
I didn't go the wheel well direction because I don't really care what the top of my tire looks like, even tho that's where most people put them. Mine are mostly for area lights for camping and for lighting up obstacles. Lets see some pics when yours is done.
100% agree with you on placement and function.
Would you change anything about where you put them or find it does good enough for camping?
 
100% agree with you on placement and function.
Would you change anything about where you put them or find it does good enough for camping?
The only thing I’m thinking about changing would be amber lenses. If anything, the clears are a little too bright for camping. Maybe diffused would be a better white light setup. Also, I used magnets to mount them, so the have a small amount of adjustability and super easy to mount.
 

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Congrats on the camper. I saw it posted on Instagram by your install shop! Such a great unit. Enjoy!
Oh yea....They did a great job
 
Congrats! That's an awesome setup! What kind of fuel mileage do you get with it?
 
Very nice! I'm going the flatbed hard side camper route. Just waiting on the camper now.
 
Congrats! That's an awesome setup! What kind of fuel mileage do you get with it?
21 on the way to pick it up, then about 15 on the way back. We were fighting some serious cross wind the entire trip home tho.
 

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Excellent choice. Light weight pop-ups can even run in 1/2 tons. For fifteen years I ran a FourWheelPopup camper in my 1998 1/2ton.

I'm now looking into a new 1 ton Tremor for use running a Wolf Creek (3300# wet&loaded).

I started a topic link to see if anyone is running a similar heavy camper on a Tremor
 

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