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What kind of truck is best for pop-up camper if doing international overland travel?

This post was originally posted by me on a different blog on Nov 7, 2011:

This answer is from Janet & Tom, a couple traveling through Central & South America.  You can see their related post at ExpeditionPortal, as well as their website cataloging their travels through Africa and Latin America.

“We looked at several trucks, the Tundra, the Titan and F150. We also considered the payload capacity of each truck and the off road package. It is the payload capacity and not really the engine size that is really important. We did also consider a Tacoma earlier on but after reading all we could on payload etc we decided the payload capacity of the Tacoma was not big enough for a camper. We met a couple who had a Nissan Frontier from the UK who had a pop up camper and on a bad road they broke the chassis. When driving on really bad corrugations and rocky roads the camper will move and bounce on the chassis. We traveled with one couple who hit a speed bump and their pop up camper broke their rear window. They have a Tundra and between the tundra and the camper there is a roof wind up mechanism which broke their window. So the campers do move when bouncing hard.

MaxDiet Week: Introduction

On Tynan

I occasionally mention my diet, which has spawned some questions in a recent thread as well as in my survey results.

So this week I'm going to explain my diet in detail, focusing on what I eat, why I eat it, and the facts behind the food.

The ideas aren't mine originally, and I'm certainly not the only person to eat this way, but I call it the MaxDiet because there is no formal name for it, and from the research I've done it appears to be the best possible diet.

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