A Pass-through in a Truck Camper

We get a lot of customers requesting a pass-through for their truck camper. We are happy to build one, but we really want to explain why we recommend not to. First and most importantly, when a pass-through—an opening from the camper to...

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Dually Rear Wheel Trucks vs. Single Rear Wheel Trucks

When building a truck camper, our highest priority is to build within a truck’s payload capacity. Lately we have almost exclusively been recommending and building on the F350 4x4 dually rear wheel (DRW) or a Dodge 3500 4x4 DRW verses...

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Flatbed Truck Camper vs. Slide-in Truck Camper

We get a lot of inquires from potential customers that are trying to decide between a flatbed truck camper and a slide-in truck camper. And please know we are happy to answer any questions about the differences in these builds, but let me...

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Winter Living, By Sarah Bahn

Winter is here and Bahn Campers are equipped for it! Here is a list of some of the great features we have: Radiant Floor Heating: And let me just first say, I’m always cold. I often ask Ryan, “Do you think I’m overdressed?” And...

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Camper or Van? By Sarah Bahn

Camper or van? Van or camper? Ryan and I asked ourselves this every single day when we first started looking at recreational vehicles and we know many of you do too. It is a hard question to answer because both are outstanding choices and...

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Let's Talk Payload Capacity and Trucks! By Sarah Bahn

Here at Bahn Camper Works we think all automobile manufactures make great trucks, but it can be frustrating shopping for a truck that you plan to put a slide-in or flatbed truck camper on. You might want to buy a ½ ton truck because you...

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Why We Sell Just the Shell, By Sarah Bahn

Sarah here, fondly known as Queen of the shop. Well really that’s a title I gave myself and the shop crew just rolls their eyes at me when I use it. Give me some credit—I work in a fumy composite shop with all guys—I had to do...

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