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TopperEZLift: Turn Your Truck into a Tiny House in Just 30 Seconds!


More and more people are ditching the 9 to 5 so they can explore the country and travel. While we’ve seen tons of van conversions, what about setting up your truck bed for travel?

Marsha showed us you can DIY it here, but TopperEZLift has another option: A lift kit with insulated siding that allows you to get extra height and transform your truck bed into a compact home.

They have a few versions and packages — some are just simple truck bed tents, while others include the full lift kit and even a cot-style bed. You can see everything they sell here, but scroll below to see the lift kit in action! The automated lift only takes 30 seconds to go from road-ready to homey.

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Here’s the “best of the best” kit with insulated sides.

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You get headroom and extra length!

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Their simpler (and cheaper) truck tent with no lifts.

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Where would you take your truck home?

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Here’s how you could outfit the interior.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife and mama of two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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  • Avatar jerry dycus
    February 12, 2021, 7:48 pm

    Some strange units when just make an aero camper to replace the bed if you want to call these mostly 4′ or so pickup beds. You know they are short when they need tent extensions.
    An aero camper on mine I cut 400lbs removing the metal bed and FG camping shell and my taller, wider with a nice gentle side, roof curves will only be 200 l varnished wood/epoxy joined and increase my range from 170 miles to 230 miles at highway speeds.
    Or if using FFs, increase mileage 20% +
    Since wider I can now sleep across leaving a lot more room for other things. Since taller I can sit fully up with storage under the bed, etc.
    I’m thinking of 2 solar panels as a fold up porch roof from the rear. Though one could fold out 2 solar wings from it for serious power and a bigger screen/fabric room even, maybe shower.
    So think about building your own wood one. If it doesn’t do great it costs little so just do another from what you learned better.

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