Mid-Size Truck Camper Tent
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- Mid-Size Camper Top Tent for vehicles with tailgate width EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 58 inches.
- EASY SETUP - Less than 5 minutes to assemble.
- Door panels tie back for maximum ventilation, or zip closed for protection from the weather and privacy.
- No more camping on the hard ground with those "creepy crawlers".
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Camper Top Tents fit some SUVs, sport utility vehicles, and trucks with camper shells, or caps, with a tailgate and rear window that raises up and out. Vehicle tent camping at its best! Truck tents are GREAT for camping, vacations, scout campouts, tailgating, hunting, fishing and more! ***Mid-Size Camper Top Tent for vehicles with tailgate width EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 58 inches. *NOTE: Our Tents WILL NOT fit vehicles with external spare tire mounted on rear of vehicle. Specifications and Features: * EASY SETUP - Less than 5 minutes to assemble. * Bungy cord with plastic coated hooks draw attach to vehicle underframe and holds tent snug against vehicle. * No-seeum insect screen. * Door panels tie back for maximum ventilation, or zip closed for protection from the weather and privacy. * Inverted 'T' layout on insect screen and two way zippers provide easy entry into rear of vehicle. * No more camping on the hard ground with those "creepy crawlers". * Includes carrying bag. * Colors: Blue walls with a tan roof. * Weight: 5 lbs
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 55.12 x 39.37 x 55.12 inches; 3.45 Pounds
- Item model number : Dac-Mid
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : March 17, 2004
- Manufacturer : DAC
- ASIN : B00BYA10F4
- Best Sellers Rank: #28,287 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive)
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door height: 32" (length of vertical zipper)
total height: 37" (bottom edge (under tailgate) to top edge)
door width: 58"
side panel width: 38"
top, total length: 80"
door height: 34" (length of vertical zipper)
total height: 40" (bottom edge (under tailgate) to top edge)
door width: 70" (yes, seventy)
side panel width: 38"
top, total length: 57"
The sizing chart on the box (photo attached) is the same information available on DAC's web site at 1dac.com.
I'd like to give this product 5 starts--it's well made, pretty awesome and nicely priced, IMHO--but (1) the number of frustrated comments makes it clear that DAC should provide more detailed size/fit information for prospective purchasers, and (2) I agree with some other reviewers that the short tent/door height is a negative factor. If the tent allowed my topper window to raise up several more inches, the feeling inside would be more spacious. DAC intentionally designed the tent to hold the window down so that rain will run off--toward the door?--but it seems to me that if rain ran off toward the roof and down the tent sides that would not be a problem.
My truck is a 2017 Nissan Frontier crew cab, standard bed; bed length is 59 inches. Tailgate width is 58.5 inches--so the mid-size DAC does fit that perfectly. My topper is an ARE MX; the high top does not present a problem. However, my topper's back window, when level, doesn't extend as far back as the tailgate does (by 4-5"). As a result, the top of the tent fits baggy, and the sides are a little loose. Not a huge deal, but I expect it to flap around in any good wind (unless I do some mod'ing). Last thing: the top corners are reinforced, but the bottom ones--around the tailgate corners--are not. Without a little DIY padding, that will definitely be the first place that tears.
1) The zippers snag very easily. You must take your time and also run a finger under the zipper flap to keep it from snagging. This can be a pain getting in and out, especially if you have an urgent call of nature....
2) One single use and you can see threads already coming loose. I will likely get a heavy duty needle and fishing line and put "tacks" on all of the joints like in this picture.
3) WATERPROOF IMMEDIATELY! It's not so much the rain as standard tent wicking. One night it rained pretty heavy and I was perfectly dry. The second night there was a heavy dew and I got my back soaked crawling out where it touched the tent. I just sealed all of the seams and gave it a couple of coats of camp dry, hopefully that helps.
4) The cost is about double what it should be. Great tent...but still.
I had no rain or wind for this trip, but brought a pop-up canopy just in case.
When setting it up, be careful when lifting camper window so I the ends don't puncture the material. They made reinforcements for the corners to sit on, so open slowly to keep them lined up.
I have a 2012 Nissan frontier with a 5 foot bed and this was exactly what I needed. I also followed another review from another site and put a blanket on top of my cab to prevent scratches a day to insulate the back a little.