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[*] posted on 11-9-2018 at 09:59 AM
Wanted to buy-camper shell for Dodge '94-02


I have an awesome shell for ya...all aluminum, insulated and built in bed boards that are removable too leaving benches on the sides for sitting on or putting stuff on.





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[*] posted on 11-10-2018 at 10:17 AM


Thanks Shari, I had to edit. It would be for a full size 8 ft. bed.
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[*] posted on 11-13-2018 at 02:49 PM


Did you see this post today? http://forums.bajanomad.com/viewthread.php?tid=91637



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[*] posted on 11-14-2018 at 11:25 AM


Thanks David K. I've had several Callen's over the years, at least 8 on all of my various rigs in the past. I'm getting rid of my current Callen because it was built so crappy. The frame inside is broken and my outer skin is ripping. This is the only Callen I've seen do this. Thousands of Baja miles, I know. In the past the Callen would break the truck bed, this is the opposite. I bought this one used and have a feeling it was made when Scott, Jim Callen's son ran the company into the ground. I know quality suffered then. I had a new one ordered and it took four months to get it after I said I need it in a week for a Baja trip. He said he would start building it. Slapped it together in 3 days.

I wonder if they still offer their lifetime warranty, doubtful. So I'm going back to a basic shell for now until I decide what to try out next.

Thanks for sharing the news about Callen back in business.
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[*] posted on 11-14-2018 at 12:31 PM


Quote: Originally posted by brewer  
Thanks David K. I've had several Callen's over the years, at least 8 on all of my various rigs in the past. I'm getting rid of my current Callen because it was built so crappy. The frame inside is broken and my outer skin is ripping. This is the only Callen I've seen do this. Thousands of Baja miles, I know. In the past the Callen would break the truck bed, this is the opposite. I bought this one used and have a feeling it was made when Scott, Jim Callen's son ran the company into the ground. I know quality suffered then. I had a new one ordered and it took four months to get it after I said I need it in a week for a Baja trip. He said he would start building it. Slapped it together in 3 days.

I wonder if they still offer their lifetime warranty, doubtful. So I'm going back to a basic shell for now until I decide what to try out next.

Thanks for sharing the news about Callen back in business.


All you can do is ask... Wouldn't be great PR if they did, for a Baja Nomad?




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