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With 61 percent of the reader vote, there was a clear Mega winner for our December 2016 TCM Super Cup Mod Contest. ...
The 2017 Super Mod Cup Contest continues with six awesome Mega Mods including a storage bumper mod, rainwater collection and filtration mod,...
With 62.4% of the reader vote, there was a clear Medium winner for our November 2016 TCM Super Cup Mod Contest. And...
The 2017 Mod Super Cup Mod Contest begins with ten fantastic Medium Mods including a counter mod, dinette mod, secret vault mod,...
TCM announces the 2017 Mod Super Cup Series to find the best truck camper mods in the world.
The mod votes have been cast and tallied. The Top Modder of 2016 is…
Here are the best mods of 2016. It's time to vote!
With 39.3% of the reader vote, the Medium Mod winner has been chosen for our July 2016 TCM Mod Contest. And the...
A wine rack has been added, motion sensor lights wired, battery isolator upgraded, hidden tray created, four backup camera systems installed, and...
With 38.6 percent of the reader vote, the Mega Mod winner has been chosen for our June 2016 TCM Mod Contest. And...
Dinettes have been transformed, power monitors installed, camper trailers created, generator boxes expanded, and more.
With 51% of the reader vote, the Mini Mod winner has been chosen for our May 2016 TCM Mod Contest.
Cabover handles added, cubby shelves installed, cleaning kits mounted, water hoses hidden, muddy shoes contained, and much more.
With 70.4% percent of the reader vote, the Mega Mod winner has been chosen for our April 2016 TCM Mod Contest.
Framed covers have been constructed, tailgate solutions found, solar systems synthesized, and a keyboard built into a dinette, and more.
Congratulations to Bob Meigs of Huntington Beach, California! Your grey water storage solution has won the March 2016 Mod Contest.
PVC pipe has been cut, 10-gauge wire wrestled, fantastic fans flipped open, closets pulled apart, and more.
Congratulations to the Knapps from New York! Their rear sliding deck modification has won.
Steps have been built, aluminum handrails added, decks constructed, laser beams pointed, and more.
The Mowrey's stairway to cabover modification has won the January 2016 Mod Contest.
Dinettes have been changed, counter solutions constructed, bunk rails installed, camper stabilizers created, tank capacity increased, and more.
With 70.2% of the reader vote, the December 2015 Monthly Mod Winner has been chosen. Congratulations, Thomas!
A rear has been rebuilt, storage constructed, recliners installed, roof lift created, jack bracing system built, and a porch added.
With 57.3% percent of the reader vote, there was a clear Core Mod winner for our November 2015 TCM Mod Contest.
Drawers have been added, a dinette table changed, exterior steps built, a shower improved, and lots of new storage created.
With thirty-one percent of the reader vote, there was a clear Mini-Mod winner for our October 2015 TCM Mod Contest.
From clever storage solutions to dinette alterations, pet protections to barbecue buddies, see what Mini-Mods you can do for a few bucks.
With 47% percent of the reader vote, there was a clear Mega-Mod winner for our September 2015 TCM Mod Contest.
A battery bank has been rebuilt, a truck bed changed, camper interiors remodeled, and more!
With forty-one percent of the reader vote, there was a clear winner of the August 2015 TCM Mod Contest.
Ten truck camper mods have entered. Only one can win. It’s time to vote for your favorite.
A new mod contest formula has been brewing. The monthly mod contest starts now.
Fellow truck camper and 12-volt sharp shooter, John Wells, returns with a step-by-step article on adding a 12-volt outlet.
Pondering adding a 12-volt device or outlet to your camper? Here is an overview on safety, wiring, and choosing a socket.
Charlie Coushaine thought there must be better way to make loading less stressful. He came up with a laser solution.
A cork board, clothes line, or even a Velcro tissue box can help make a camper into a comfortable home on wheels.
We reveal more medium mods including hidden interior spaces, clever battery gauges, window installations, storage solutions, and more.
We received dozens of Level 2 truck camper mods including back-up cameras, dinette table changes, air foils, and much more.
The 2014 camper mod madness begins with Big Mods including custom step systems, shell build-outs, home brew flatbeds, and more.
It’s time to enter your truck camper modifications to the annual TCM Mod Contest. Only one mod will rule them all.
TCM announces the 2013 Top Mod Contest Winner and the winner of the $100 fuel card.
Push all that other stuff off your desk and make room for sixteen more mod-rageous camper mods.
The winners today have discovered a way to increase dinette seat storage.
Art Davidson made a deck and folding step system for easier entry and exit from his camper.
Show us your best camper modification for a chance to win a $100 fuel card.
Duncan Crawford installs a fuel cell into his truck camper, and shares his portable hydroelectric experience with us.
Here’s how we solved the problem of our Sirius XM Radio Antenna not getting reception because it was blocked by the camper.
Bruce and Kim Scott have modified their Northern Lite for extreme cold weather boondocking. This is winter truck camping, Upper Peninsula style.
Mike Tassinari shows us how to install an hour meter on a portable Honda EU2000i generator.
TCM readers share their truck camper modifications, from new dinette chairs to Thule Racks mounted on the back wall.