Dimensions of the bed vault?

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I am thinking of purchasing a classic slide in camper, stainless steel, of course. It has a 50” wide base, 89” long, and 20” tall. It projects 47” forward from the front at a height of 47”. Anyone know if this would fit in the vault?
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I am thinking of purchasing a classic slide in camper, stainless steel, of course. It has a 50” wide base, 89” long, and 20” tall. It projects 47” forward from the front at a height of 47”. Anyone know if this would fit in the vault?
See the other thread here: https://www.cybertruckownersclub.com/forum/threads/bed-dimensions-and-volume.10920/

From your description of a 20" high base, it would have some interference with the side sails. which are 28" high at the front.
 
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So if I install with a shim, 9” tall at the cab end, to clear the sides, can I make a hydraulic height adjustment front to back to take out most of the pitch? It supposedly has more than 9” of travel.
 

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I’d be really concerned about the range hit on that. Not just the weight but the drag on the camper itself.

Have checked out the space camper? If this doesn’t drop the range too much this is what I want.

https://spacecampers.com/products/the-wedge/
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