Extreme rigs features the outrageous world of matching truck campers with Unimogs, Mitsubishi Fusos, and beyond. In this section, pick-up trucks are the exception, and over-the-top rules. Do you have an extreme and unique truck camper rig? If you do, please share your story.
A Freightliner M2-106 and a Arctic Fox 1150 were assembled into one of the most impressive Freightliner truck camper combinations.
Daniel Bass engineered and built a custom overland vehicle with a Unimog U1300L and a Four Wheel Camper Grandby pop-up truck camper.
Stephen O’Neal builds a flatbed Alaskan truck camper rig tricked out and modded to an extreme rarely seen.
Thomas and Sequoia converted a 1978 International Harvester Loadstar 1700 fire truck into an off-road ready, triple-slide truck camper.
It’s a truck camper! It’s a boat! It’s a truck camping boat? Animal Planet’s Flipping Ships dredges up an Avion camper.
This is how Jason Fox built a tiny house on a pickup truck.
The Heimbigners tell us about their world ready rig while testing a compost toilet, pushing their off-grid systems, and avoiding piranhas.
100 gallons of water and 130 gallons of diesel ready for world travel.
Julie and Ernie have what might be the biggest truck camper on the planet!
Sunil Hegde had a vision of the ultimate overland truck camper rig for world travel. He started with a Mitsubishi Fuso FG.
What happens when you put together a Mitsubishi Fuso FG140 four-wheel drive, four-cylinder diesel and a loaded Hallmark Ute XS?
Rick Spigelmyer tells us how he decided to load a 2012 Travel Lite 890RX onto a gooseneck trailer to go rock crawling.