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Posted: Dec 06 2017 at 4:13am | IP Logged Quote patrick86

Hey everyone, what do you folks think of a camper for the Frontier? I mean not the trailer that you've got to tow, but the thing that attaches to the truck bed and sits there, with no wheels.
Here is the pic of what I am talking about on the Titan.
[img]http://www.nissanfrontier.org/upl/camper q.JPG[img]
So I thought if it's okay for the Frontier to carry such a camper? And if so, is there any weight limit for the camper allowed for the Frontier?

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Posted: Dec 06 2017 at 4:16am | IP Logged Quote patrick86

Okay, seems like I haven't managed to insert a picture of what I was talking about, so here is the link to the pic with the camper
https://www.carid.com/gallery/nissan/titan-xd/2016/overlande r-dream-setup-lifted-nissan-titan-xd-with-a-camper.html

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Posted: Dec 06 2017 at 9:21pm | IP Logged Quote lakota

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That should wipe out a few more miles per gallon.

Look in my Gallery. There are small camper shells I and my wife have slept in many tome in the Colorado Rockies. and sometimes at the side of a 4x4 trail over 12,800 feet.
It was very cramped but doable. We are both a little over weight and I'm six foot tall.

My Frontier always got 22 to 24 mpg on the highway.

Good luck.. Don S..



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