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2013 Leer 122 Long Bed Shell (6')

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tacoma Marketplace' started by Tacomated, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. Tacomated

    Tacomated [OP] Escape Artist

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    Found a used Flippac and couldn't resist so I need to sell my less-than-a-year-old Leer 122 long bed shell

    White with full carpet, removable front slider window, sliding side windows w/ screens, 12v dome light w/ automatic switch, interior clothes hanger, factory-mounted Thule tracks (I put new tracks on the Flippac and am keeping the racks).

    Paid $2000 in Feb 2013

    $950.00 obo

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  2. Ralston

    Ralston Well-Known Member

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    Any chance you'd be driving through Colorado any time soon? The skiing is great now!!!
     
  3. Tacomated

    Tacomated [OP] Escape Artist

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    I wish.

    Winter roadtrips will probably be limited a few weekends to Yosemite and Tahoe.

    I'm a school teacher so longer roadtrips tend to be in the summer.
     
  4. T@co_Pr3runn3r

    T@co_Pr3runn3r XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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    That would sure be interesting on my reg cab prerunner but alas, nowhere nearby..........GLWS
     
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    Just got back up to santa cruz and am stoked on the new shell. Thanks again Ted!
    Tom


    new camper.jpg
     
  6. Tacomated

    Tacomated [OP] Escape Artist

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    Glad it worked out for both of us.

    Get some posts up over on the Expedition thread.

    Shell is SOLD. : )
     
  7. Hopefamp

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    I know your 122 sold, but am thinking about the same cap new for my tacoma...how did you like it? Particularly, how the rack worked and I interior room. Thinking about using it for road trip truck camping. Thanks.
     
  8. Tacomated

    Tacomated [OP] Escape Artist

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    Hopefamp,

    For a solo camper, the 122 was awesome. When my wife and I took some road trips it got a little crowded. Sleeping was great but accessing under the platform and changing clothes in tight spaces demanded a lot of patience and cooperation.

    My platform is built to the height of the wheel wells and I could comfortably sit up. I'm 6' 1".

    The roof rack was awesome. I carried bikes, kayaks and longer-term base camping items where they didn't interfere with quick overnight stops.

    I also really liked the looks and it improved my gas mileage.

    The Flippac is amazing for camping. So much space but it's fugly as all get out and takes a couple of MPG away. I mounted a roof rack on the Flippac as well. It's great but anything on the rack has to be unloaded to open the tent which can get tedious at times.

    I took an 8 week road trip from LA to Portland and back via the mountains going North and the coast coming South this last summer. It was a solo trip as I'm now divorced. I think it would have been easier and more fun if I'd still had my Leer.

    Hope That Helps,
    Ted
     
  9. Hopefamp

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    Thanks for the info! Suspect I'll be putting in an order soon.
     
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