Feb. 2, 2012
-- The 2012 Four Wheel Camper Fleet self-contained is a pop-up wet bath truck camper made for short bed trucks. The interior floor length of the 2012 Four Wheel Camper Fleet Self Contained is 80" and the interior height is 6'4". Four Wheel Campers is reporting the dry weight of the Four Wheel Camper Fleet Self Contained at 795 pounds with standard features. The Fleet Self Contained has a 20 gallon fresh tank, can accommodate one or two batteries, and has two ten-pound propane tanks. The base MSRP for the Four Wheel Camper Fleet Self Contained is $15,595. The article includes an exclusive first look at the all-new 2012 Four Wheel Fleet self contained, including photographs, specifications, and an extensive interview with Tom Hanagan, the President of Four Wheel Campers.
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“We had the concept in mind for a self contained Four Wheel Camper for a few years. The challenge was how to implement a shower and cassette toilet into the confines of a 80” long, 75” inch wide Fleet model. We targeted the Fleet for our first self contained camper as it was the smallest Four Wheel possible for a self contained model,” says Tom Hanagan, Four Wheel Camper’s President.
Tom went on to tell us about the trucks that will be a good match for the self-contained pop-up campers. “The self contained option is currently available in our Fleet, Hawk, and Grandby models. The Fleet and Hawk are short bed models and the Grandby is a long bed model. Models smaller than the Fleet are too narrow to accommodate the self contained features. The Fleet could go on a Tacoma, Frontier, or a Dakota.”
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