Selling my RTT due to lack of use and not having the space to store it. I bought it to tour Sardinia pre-COVID, which consequently didn't happen for a couple of years. I then moved back to the UK and I'm not planning to drive to Sardinia any time soon, although I definitely will do one...
Evening all. Im looking to find a ABS or Ally roof box tent to go on my T6.1. Does anyone have one they are not getting enough use out of to warrant keeping it. Happy to travel nationally for the right box and price.
Hi All thanks for taking the time to read this. I'm looking for some roof rails that can handle around 200kgs. I have a lwb shuttle and I want to put a roof top tent on it. The tent is 36kgs but then obviously the weight of myself and partner would be added to it. I don't want a commercial...
Has anybody ever actually fitted and used a Roof Tent or Box that opens up into a sleeping area on the roof ?
Looking for suggestions ,advice , pic's etc . I've trawled the existing searches on here, but nothing to really answer my thoughts.
Selling my latitude roof tent, used once comes with ground floor attachment. Can also come with roof bars to mount straight to be t5/6
Looking for £950 for the tent and ground floor attachment or £1050 with the roof bars
Contact Ryan via private message.
So do I get a pop top fitted or do I buy a roof tent for extra sleeping capacity!
has anyone ever fitted a pop top and regretted it?
I hear some horror stories about them leaking and popping up when driving and I’m not sure if I want to cut a hole in my van.
many advice would be great
Found this new roof tent product from Decathlon. Looks like it overcomes a lot of the niggles I have with our Autohome tent, (mainly the bloody weight of the thing and the time it takes to fit on the roof rack).
I am very tempted by this...
Is anybody in to roof top tenting? I'm thinking about it for my Caravelle as a substitute for an awning. If I bought an awning I'd be spending a bit less but the quality of roof top tents seems to be far better than an awning, plus it frees up interior space when travelling.
We bought our T6 LWB Highline back in December (Starlight Blue) with nothing done to it. We’re now, having spent the last 3 months discussing what layout/needs we want from the van, have decided that a roof tent is the way to go for us. We spent a couple of weeks last summer trialling...
I'm receiving my t6 end of march.
It's a chestnut brown, 204 DSG TSI LWB with some options, but it also has a double cabine with fixed bulkhead.
Because of regulation in Belgium, I will not be lowering it nor am i permitted to install a pop roof.
As we Will be using it for camping...
Photo of a T5.1 with roof tents my parents took in Switzerland. They have just returned from a 3 week holiday in their T5 camper, both just turned 70 by the way.
Not sure what you do for a toilet in the middle of the night, wouldn't fancy the ladders.