Camper projects like adding 12-volt outlets, blocked Sirius reception, adding a generator meter, and ideas to make your camper better are in this section. If you have a camper project you’d like to share, contact us.
Many truck campers have an underutilized bunk over the dinette. Here are five ideas for maximizing this area.
Bryan Appleby, the Extreme Boondocker, takes us through the steps of installing a solar panel system on a truck camper roof rack.
TCM installs an air conditioner on their project camper. Step one was how to get the 90 pound unit on the roof.
Truck Camper Magazine and Team Emerick install the Zamp Solar Controller, finish the install, and test the solar system.
Truck Camper Magazine installs a solar panel on their project camper and takes a big step towards camping off-the-grid.
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.
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.
Check out the truck camper decorations, adornments, enhancements, improvements, garnishes, and gussy-ups.
Here's a step-by-step Hellwig sway bar installation on our 1998 Dodge 3500 Cummins diesel.