Truck Camper Modification

Thank you for participating in the Truck Camper Magazine Monthly Mod contest. Please fill out one mod per form.

Photograph(s) of your modification are required to participate in the Monthly Mod contest. Directions on how to submit photographs are at the end of this form.

  • Mega Mods require significant construction like entry step systems, rear porches, counter top replacements, and recliner chair installations. If serious tools, material, and time was involved, it’s likely a Big Mod. Big modders, you know who you are.

    Medium Mods are generally smaller in size and scope and can include shelf installations, battery additions, dinette table modifications, and other interior and exterior truck camper adjustments, alterations, adaptations, and retrofits. If you took something in your camper and made it better, it’s probably a Medium Mod.

    Mini-Mods can be as simple as a towel hook, re-covered dinette seating, a photo wall, or any other decorative or functional element that makes your camper a home away from home. If you’ve personalized the interior aesthetic of your camper, or done something simple to make life on the road more comfortable, it’s likely a Mini-Mod

    This year for the mod contest we have two additional categories.

    First, Gordon will award the mod-maker with the funniest writing. From the title to the explanation, give us your funniest writing and you may win the Funniest Mod Entry of the Year. The prize might be a rubber chicken. Or a whoopee cushion. Or rude socks. We haven’t decided yet, but it’s sure to be funny.

    The second prize will be awarded by Angela for the most practical truck camper mod. Angela will be looking for an exceptionally functional mod that could (or should) be applied to every truck camper. Angela will determine what she thinks is the most beneficial mod and award the Most Practical Truck Camper Mod of the Year.

    Please keep these two additional prizes in mind as you write up your entry below.
  • Easy: Easy to find materials (Walmart). Common hand tools. Practically anyone can do this mod.
    Medium: Materials may need to be bought at a hardware store (Home Depot or Lowes). More advanced tools and tool knowledge may be needed.
    Hard: Materials may need to be special ordered. Specific tools and/or advanced tool skills may be needed. Some technical expertise may be needed.
    Extremely Hard: Materials may be hard to source or require fabrication. Specialized tools may be required. Only experts should be doing this mod.
  • Thank you for taking the time to share your modification. We really appreciate it!

    After you press submit below, there will be specific directions on how to send photographs of your modification to Truck Camper Magazine. At least one photo is mandatory. Only entries with photograph(s) will be accepted.

    We prefer that you press the submit button below to complete the form, but if for any reason the form does not work, you may email your responses and photos to [email protected].

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