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Here is a picture of the new Tundra with the camper I just ordered. Cant wait for summer...had to share a pic!
 

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Wonder if you could pull a trailer with that on the back...

Thinkin about selling my RV....;)


What's one of those bad boys run?

Willie with some good ideas...

& nice taste in trucks as well;)
 

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Wonder if you could pull a trailer with that on the back...

Thinkin about selling my RV....;)


What's one of those bad boys run?

Willie with some good ideas...

& nice taste in trucks as well;)
Hey SC105B,
Brand new, fully loaded, runs about 16k. Weight is 1370 so you should still be able to pull a decent size trailer. I am planning on pulling a 3000 lb. boat behind mine.
 

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This is pretty cool. What brand is it? Website?
 

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This is pretty cool. What brand is it? Website?
The brand is Hallmark and the website is hallmark Mfg. Inc.- The only option for hallmark pop-up truck campers. Authorized dealer of Okanagan hardside campers. The models that the '07 Tundra will accept are the "Guanella LX" or the "Milner LX". '06 Tundra's to T100's will accept the "Milner MX".
They are manufactured here in Colorado and are considered to be the Top of the line in the "slide in" pop-up camper market. I have owned several campers in the past and done alot of research and this is by far the highest quality I have seen.
 
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