I'm looking for a camper for my 2006 Unlimited. I've got two small children (under 8) and my wife. We are looking at the smaller Teardrop, which we'd simply use with a tent as it's the lightest choice (we're rugged enough to make that work).
The last two are awfully close to the 3,500 pound tow rating of the Wrangler Unlimited (TJ). Do any of you care to comment on these campers? I'd love to hear from folks that have either tried them, or own them.
Thanks! And let me know if this should be in a different forum subject.
Have you ever heard of an A-Liner? Its a really cool version of a pop-up camper... A friend of mine has one with about a 2500 lb. dry wt...
Her A-Liner includes AC, stove and outside shower, plus small fridge and microwave... Downside is they are a bit pricey, depending on the model you decide upon...
Yeah I take it offroad...my scratches have scratches!!!
[SIZE="2"][/SIZE]03 [COLOR="Silver"]BRIGHT SILVER METALLIC,[/COLOR]TJ,
4" rough country lift,
33" baja claws,
black 15" crawler rims,
more mods as budget allows...
Shop around for a used Apache. They have hard sides, yet fold. The larger Roamer, Royal and Ramada are 1840 lbs empty. The smaller Mesa is about 1400 lbs. I have a Roamer. It sleeps 8, has a 3 burner stove, and 3 way fridge.
Personally if you aren't towing it offroad. i would go with the Cikira. Your wife will thank you for getting one with a bathroom. Also you will get tired of putting a tent or pop-up up and down. Especially if it is raining the first couple times you use it like it was when I got mine.
2004 Wrangler TJ (All stock at the moment.)
2012 KK Liberty.
It was the annual Red Rock 4-Wheeling Event at Moab. I made contact with Little Guy's Director of Development to ask some questions and he sent me this link to a slide show.
He told me they aren't in production...I guess it was just a prototype, for now anyway. I say we go to their website an send them information requests so they are so overloaded, they simply MUST begin production!!