Camper Mod Contest Entries

2022 February Mod Contest Winner

With 69.3% of the vote, Forrest Renslow from Greenacres, Washington has won the second mod contest of 2022 with his Dolly Modda mod.  Congrats, Forrest!

Camper Dolly Roll and Lock

A limited-edition Iron Mod mug is being shipped to Forrest.

As February’s winner, he is now eligible for the December finals when readers will pick the best of the TCAB winners to determine the 2022 Modder of the Year! The Grand Prize is a $250 gift certificate to Lowes or Home Depot (or Canadian equivalent).

Scroll down below to see Forrest’s winning modification (#1 below).

Enter your mods now! Click here to enter TCM’s Mod contest.

1. The Dolly Modda

Camper Dolly Roll and Lock

Forrest Renslow from Greenacres, Washington shares his Dolly Modda modification for his 2017 Ford F-350 and 2021 Northern Lite 9’6″ LE rig.

2. Lost in the 60s Refurb

Lost In 60s Vintage Camper Refurb

Jo Ann Edgar from Cerrillos, New Mexico shares her Lost in the 60s Refurb of her 2014 Ram 2500 and 1965 Unknown Camper rig.

3. Camper Electrical System Transplant

Camper Electrical System Upgrade

Mike Shippy from Parker, Colorado shares his Extensive Electrical System Transplant in his 2016 Ram 3500 and 2017 Adventurer 89RBS rig.

4. Portable Air Conditioner For A Truck Camper

Portable Air Conditioner for RV and Camper

John Sell from Manitowoc, Wisconsin shares his Portable Air Conditioner for his 2002 Dodge 3500 and 2004 Lance 850 rig.

5. Truck Camper Exoskeleton

Truck Camper Exoskeleton For Jacks

Charles Spray from Bryson City, North Carolina shares his Truck Camper Exoskeleton for his 2002 Ford F-350 and 2016 Travel Lite Illusion 1100 rig.

6. Ram Flatbed Storage Boxes

Custom Flatbed Storages Boxes

Greg Gabert from Seminole, Florida shares his Ram Flatbed Storage Boxes for his 2019 Ram 3500 and 2017 Palomino SS-1200 rig.

7. Grey Holding Tank Basement Made Out Of Treated Plywood 

Grey Water Holding Tank

Paul Hellested from Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania shares how he added a Grey Water Holding Tank using treated plywood for his 2018 Nissan Titan XD and 2017 Travel Lite 770R rig.


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