Greetings all, new guy here.
I bought a previously owned 2012 Northstar TC650 in August. It fits nicely on my 2008 F150 4x4 with Torklift tie downs and fast gun turnbuckles. I measured the garage door opening and confirmed that the camper would fit while loaded on the truck......wait for it....I failed to account for the fantastic roof vent. First time camper owner, rookie mistake. I'm not I'm not the first to do so. Many of my very helpful friends and family have suggested the bits about cutting out the garage door header, trenching ruts in the cement floor, yada, yada, yada. I currently unload the camper in the driveway onto a wooden cart, push it inside the garage and set the jacks to stabilize the camper. A real pain, to say the least.
I need to reduce my truck and camper clearance the full extent of the fantastic fan (~4-5"). I'm about 5'10" tall, when the pop up camper is extended, I have ~9" head room between me and the vent. Does anyone make a flush mounted fantastic roof vent? Other suggestions?
Thanks in advance for your help.