build a truck camper
1 Sep / 2014

Keep It Stupidly Simple (And Double Down On The “Stupidly”!) – Book Excerpt

It might seem difficult to believe that I was literally able to build a truck camper and get off the grid in JUST 3 DAYS, but that’s exactly what I did! 

  • Of course it took some planning to get there. (About a week to draw up the plans.)
  • And it took quite a bit of research to decide which approach would best suit my needs. (About a month of web surfing.)
  • But that’s all! It didn’t take six months. It didn’t take a year. It didn’t take a decade. It took just one month.

The precise reason I was able to do it so quickly is because I decided early on that the most important thing I could do is Keep It Stupidly Simple.

The excerpt below explains how I did it. 

Please enjoy this excerpt from my book
How To Build Your Own DIY Truck Camper And Get Off The Grid For Dirt Cheap“, on sale September 4, 2014.

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Keep it stupidly simple - Excerpt from Mobile Rik's book - How To Build Your Own DIY Truck Camper And Get Off The Grid For Dirt Cheap

2 thoughts on “Keep It Stupidly Simple (And Double Down On The “Stupidly”!) – Book Excerpt”

  1. donald

    hey man, I’m with you & this is my only answer!! I got to have some monies to do this so I’m in a pinch!! I
    need the “Top Front” to be a 3/4 bed & it will do that. I have some ideas on how to do this & plenty of
    heating a/c + materials work to understand how to affix parts & use correct epoxy glues

  2. donald

    I locked up earlier…sorry! I want to use hard copper(brazed & front end) & use the clamps(special ones) to make the attachment. From there I can build the “Wind Ergonomic” I’ll need plus have the depth to sleep!
    I don’t use woods due to weight. the NonSoft Copper can be attached. Limit wds, k?

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