Lightweight Bike Camper (1 Viewer)

thegrapsman

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This is absolutely amazing, I never would have thought to use campaign signs as a material for a build but it makes so much sense considering how durable they are. I think the main concern would be how cops would treat you, the legality of it in general, and how to lock it down when going into stores for food..


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thegrapsman

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I just noticed this was posted before but a year ago.. whoops. haha.
Um i'll take it down if need be, just lmk mods.
 

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I been tryina tell my mema about just van-dwelling... ::artist::
It's no a difficult concept...::woot::::woot:: really, ::oldman:: she refuses to believe me lots of folks do it. ::bored::

If I tell her about bikecampers...::cyclops::

She'll go apeshit and slap me with a crucifix. ::drinkingbuddy::
 

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