Super Pacific Camper Mod

Our latest project that makes the most of the Super Pacific X1 Camper for any long or short bed truck. We are not selling this (but we will be building variations of it)...its purely meant as inspiration.

- Industrial-grade aluminum extrusion framing with hidden connectors
- Lightweight, reinforced plate mounting system with snap-in/out connectors for furniture modules
- Cushioned lounge bench seat that spans the width of the bed. Cushions are 3" Dacron-wrapped foam on hinged 5/8" Baltic birch plywood.
- Electrical gear under the bench on one side, storage on the other
- Wrappon toilet option...stores under the bench in the storage compartment
- Custom electrical control panel
- Blue Sea switches and WeatherDeck fuse panel
- Xantrex 2000 watt inverter
- Victron 200Ah LiFePO4 house battery
- Battery heater mat (120V)
- Victron battery monitor
- Renogy DCC30S DC-DC charger and solar controller 
- Two Renogy 100W solar panels for the roof of the RTT (requires GFC beef bars or our Roof Rail System)
- Two AC duplex outlets
- USB/12V outlets
- LED house lights
- 22 liter pressurized fresh water tank (6" PVC)
- ARB Zero 47 quart fridge/freezer on 28" heavy duty lock-in/lock-out slides
- Outdoor kitchen on 34" (32" on short bed trucks) heavy duty lock-in/lock-out slides with cut-out for drop-in sink
- 3/4" bamboo counter extension on 30" lock-in/lock-out slides
- 3/4" bamboo cutting board (20" x 28") for outdoor cooking at the tailgate
- Deep, full-extension drawer above fridge accessible from inside the camper (can be designed to open to the side)
- Storage cubbies behind the fridge (shallow single cubby for short bed trucks)
- Lagun 3/4" bamboo pivot table (24" x 16")
- Custom, lined storage bin designed to hold an induction cooktop, air hoses, water sprayer hose, and anything else you want to store there
- Floor mat to make the floor comfy for bare feet
- Room to tuck a Mr. Heater Buddy behind the cabinet (long bed version only)
- Webasto Air Top 2000 gas fuel heater option located under the bench on the electrical side. Webasto MultiControl added to control panel.

No shortage of headroom with the RTT tent deployed and the mattress cushions stacked or folded away.

Lagun table for working or eating inside. 6" PVC water tank strapped to the camper frame.

Storage bin and room to stash camp chairs and other gear above it.

Pair with a 270 awning for covered outdoor cooking. No permanent burners, no propane tank.

Large L-shaped outdoor kitchen (using tailgate) with drop-in sink and counter extension.

ARB Zero 47 fridge/freezer included. Uke not included ;)

Long bed plan view. Plenty of room behind the cabinet for a Buddy Heater. Lagun table rotates out of the way.

Long bed section view. The ARB fridge needs to be shifted slightly forward to allow the lid to be fully opened.

Short bed showing 3/4" bamboo cutting board in the cooking position on the tailgate.

Cutting board in the stored position on top of the cabinet.

Short bed plan view. Note the addition of the control panel "jetty" to the side of the bed.

Control panel diagram. This is a custom panel mounted to our control panel "jetty".

Snap-in/out clamping block mounted to lightweight plate system with marine epoxy reinforcement.

Recessed plate system anchor point with marine epoxy reinforcement. Anchor screwed to truck bed rivnut.

2D rear view of the Camper Mod with plate system in a Ram Rebel with X1 Camper. The extra height of the X1 allows a taller bench seat height.

2D rear view showing the Wrappon toilet option in its use position. Fold the legs to store it in the bench then drop the hinged top and replace the seat cushion.

Webasto Air Top heater tucked on a shelf behind the wheel cover. Air return vent is set in the bench front.

Heater duct runs behind the bench framing. Hot air flows from the bench front opposite the air return.