Truck Camper Expands Sales to Canada

A picture of the Scout TukTut Camper placed in a truck bed

Adventurer Manufacturing’s Scout Tuktut will be available to Canadian consumers to purchase thanks to a deal the manufacturing signed with Fraserway RV.

The Tuktut is built to accommodate mid-size pickup trucks, weighing 634 pounds and fitting vehicles such as Ford Mavericks, Jeep Gladiators and Toyota Tacomas with 5-foot-long truck beds.

Fraserway RV CEO Rex Sheehy said: “Tuktut can be customized, and that means there are endless possibilities for our customers when they are ready to take on the open road. It presents a blank canvas that our customers get to build out, slim down, reconfigure and customize as they go. We are so excited to roll Tuktut out to our customers here at Fraserway.”

Tuktut is the smallest truck camper in Adventurer Manufacturing’s Scout lineup. The truck camper sleeps two and factory options include removable camper jacks, bilateral bedrail runners and a powder-coated portal edge bunk extension system.

Fraserway RV is based in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, and has 15 locations.

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