Used Four Wheel Campers for Sale

 What is a Four Wheel camper?

A Four Wheel camper is a truck camper made by Four Wheel Campers Company.

This company is an American manufacturer of RVs that has been making products for the American market for nearly fifty years. The firm makes different types of truck campers including shell truck campers.

So if you have a truck and you want to turn it into an RV, you simply need to find a dealer with the company’s products and buy one that is compatible with your truck.

Alternatively, if you do not want to purchase a new Four Wheel camper, you can search online for used truck campers by the company.

All truck campers made by Four Wheel Campers are simple, lightweight, and durable. While some of them are more luxurious than others, they remain easy to fit on the truck bed and to repair in case of any issue or issues.

Types of Four Wheel Campers

Four Wheel Campers builds the following types of campers.

  • Flatbed Campers

Flatbed campers are truck campers that are built to fit on a special aluminium flatbed also made by the company.

When you purchase a flatbed camper from the company, the process of fitting it on your truck will start with replacing your truck bed with a special aluminium flatbed. It is on this new bed that your camper will be mounted.

Flatbed campers tend to be more spacious because they are typically wider than slide in truck campers.

FOUR WHEEL CAMPERS makes three flatbed platform truck camper models. They include the fleet flatbed model, the hawk flatbed model and the Grandby flatbed model.

The fleet and hawk flatbed models start from around $29,000 when new, while the Grandby model starts from around $30,000.

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Fleet model

This model has a bed size that measures 6.5’ and it is perfect for mid-size trucks and small trucks. So you have a small truck with a truck bed that is at least 6.0’, you should be able to get this camper installed on your truck bed.

This camper model can easily be attached on the Nissan Frontier 6’ bed, the GMC Canyon 6’ bed, and the Ford Ranger 6’ bed.

The key specs of this product include:

  • Popped up headroom: 6’4”
  • Fresh water capacity: 20 gallons
  • Sleeping areas: 3 to 4
  • Dry weight: 1,300 pounds

This camper comes with a big bed, a mini kitchen, a sitting/eating area, a refrigerator and a stove.

Hawk model

This 4 wheel camper is built to be attached to regular size trucks with a bed that measures between 6.0’ and 6.6’.

Examples of trucks that are compatible with this pop-up camper include Nissan Titan, Toyota Tundra, Chevy/GMC 3500/2500/1500, and Dodge Ram 3500/2500/1500, and Ford F-350/F-250, and F-150.

For it to be attached to your truck, you have to have your current truck bed removed and replaced with a special flatbed tray. Most dealers who have this model can attach it for you.

The features you will find in this model include: a cassette toilet, a big cabover bed, a furnace, a fridge, an inside shower, a sink, a stove, and cool seating for two. This product also has a big 20-gallon fresh water tank.

The key specs of this product include:

  • Popped up headroom: 6’6”
  • Fresh water capacity: 20 gallons
  • Sleeping areas: 3 to 4
  • Dry weight: 1,325 pounds

Grandby model

The Grandby flatbed model is regarded to be the best truck camper model by Four Wheels Campers. This is because it is big, has more amenities, and looks stunning.

It is built to attach to long bed trucks such as GMC/Chevy 3500/2500 with long 8’ bed, Ram 3500/2500 with long 8’ bed, and Ford F-350/F-250 with long 8’ bed.

The key specs of this product include:

  • Popped up headroom: 6’6”
  • Fresh water capacity: 20 gallons
  • Sleeping areas: 4
  • Dry weight: 1,395 pounds

You will find multiple storage areas in this vehicle, a spacious sleeping area, a cassette toilet, a shower, a big fresh water tank, a furnace, a fridge, a stove, and seating for two.

  • Slide-in

Four Wheel Camper - Slide-in

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Slide-in campers are truck campers that are built to be attached to the normal truck beds. Attaching them to your truck camper is much faster because it does not involve removing your truck’s current truck bed.

The company has many slide-in models including models for big trucks, long bed trucks, short bed trucks, and little trucks. Below are some of them.

Fleet model

Several floor plans with varying sleep and seating arrangements are available.

This model is built to fit on mid and smaller-size trucks with a 6.0’ bed. Examples of such trucks include the Dodge Dakota, the GMC Canyon, the Chevy Colorado, Nissan Frontier, Ford Ranger, and Toyota Tacoma.

If you buy this model, you can expect, a slide-out cabover bed, a roll-over couch, plenty of storage, a sette, a furnace, a stove, a sink, and a fridge.

I really like the setup for this model’s mini-kitchen. It makes it easy to prepare a quick meal.

The key specs of this product include:

  • Popped up headroom: 6’4”
  • Fresh water capacity: 20 gallons
  • Sleeping areas: 3
  • Dry weight: 1,045 pounds

Swift model

This model works well with mid-sized and smaller trucks with a short 5.0’ bed. Examples include the Nissan Frontier Crew Cab, the Ford Ranger Crew Cab, and the Toyota Tacoma Crew Cab.

When you purchase this model, you get a setup that will be perfect for you, your and your partner, or you and your partner and your kids. It includes all the basic things you need for great camping or traveling. “Everything’’ includes a big queen bed with mattress, a mini kitchen with a sink, a stove, and a refrigerator, and a big freshwater tank.

The key specs of this product include:

  • Dry weight: 935 pounds
  • Fresh water capacity: 20 gallons

Grandby, Hawk, and Raven models

All these slide-in models cost about $20,000. The Grandby model is made for trucks with a long 8’ bed, the Hawk model is made for trucks with a regular 6.0′ – 6.5′ bed, and the Raven model is made for trucks with a short 5’5″ – 5″8″ bed.

  • Project M

Four Wheel Campers Project M is the latest truck camper from the company.

Unlike flatbed campers that involve the replacing of your truck bed and slide-in campers that involve the removal of your tailgate, Project M campers are toppers. They are much easier to fix on trucks.

Currently, Project M campers are being manufactured for both mid-size and full-size trucks such as the Toyota Tacoma, the Chevy Colorado, the GMC Canyon, the Ford F150, and the Toyota Tundra.

The standard features that come with this camper include big storage compartments, insulated walls and roof, carbon monoxide and smoke detector, a small driver’s side window, a solid front window, and aluminium jack brackets.

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Average Price of Used 4 Wheel Truck Campers

The new ones go for about $20,000, while used ones go for between $12,000 and $18,000 depending on the model and amenities. A used Four Wheel Camper in good condition will go for about $15,000.

4 Vitals Steps Before Buying a Used Four Wheel Camper

Before you purchase a used four wheel camper, you should follow the four vital steps below:

  • You should know how much the model generally costs:

Just such online for the exact same model. Knowing how much it generally costs should help you to know if you are getting in a good deal or a bad deal.

  • You should check if it is compatible with your camper:

Because buying a truck camper that is not compatible with your truck is a waste of money.

  • You should check if it has any problems:

If you do not know what to check, hire an expert to check it for you so that when you pay, you know what you are paying for.

  • You should find out if it has everything you need:

You might think it has but find out truly if it does buy writing down your checklist and then inspecting it for the things you want in it.