New 2024 Ranger 10 Bunk A-Frames

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Ranger 10 Bunk Description

ALiner Ranger A-frame camper 10 Bunk highlights:

  • Front Bunk
  • Rear Dinette
  • Outside Shower
  • One Exterior Bag Door 
  • 14" Tires

 

Whether you camp solo or with your friend, you will have all the accommodations you need to enjoy the outdoors, and sleep as well as cook indoors! The front 30" x 76" bunk or the rear dinette that can be converted into a 40" x 76" bed give you choices each night. You will appreciate the storage under the dinette seats and the extra storage area across from the kitchen. There is a two burner stove to make a warm meal, a sink to wash your dishes, and a refrigerator/freezer for your perishables. And don't forget to charge your cellphone using one of the interior or exterior outlets.

 

With any Ranger A-frame camper by ALiner, the construction includes a tubular steel frame that is E-coated with a powder coating on the front tongue and bumper, an Azdel lightweight, thermoplastic composite interior wall and ceiling panels, and vacuum bonded fiberglass panels, plus Performax 500 premium marine grade flooring for durability. Inside, there is high density foam, hypoallergenic cushions and mattress, an indoor/outdoor 12 Volt refrigerator/freezer, three interior electrical outlets, and two skylights with night shades. And there are options to enhance your Ranger such as adding a front soft dormer, a command A/C heat pump, and/or high wind lift assist and more depending which Ranger you choose.

Ranger 10 Bunk Specifications

Sleeps 2
Length 12 ft 8 in
Ext Width 6 ft 6 in
Ext Height 4 ft 10 in
Hitch Weight 175 lbs
GVWR 3000 lbs
Dry Weight 1300 lbs
Fresh Water Capacity 11 gals
Tire Size 14"
Furnace BTU 18000 btu
Available Beds Twin Bunk
Refrigerator Type 12 Volt Refrigerator/Freezer
Cooktop Burners 2
Axle Count 1
Number of LP Tanks 2
Shower Type N/A

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ManuFacts

In the early 1970s, Ralph Tait had an idea. So he went into his garage in Bend, Oregon and began tinkering. Several weeks and a few blisters later, he emerged with a revolutionary design for the first A-frame pop-up camper.
 
It was sensible. It was different. And it was light enough to be towed with just about any vehicle. Friends wanted one. Family wanted one. Friends of family wanted one. As word of mouth spread, Ralph found himself making more campers out of his garage. That’s when Ralph’s sons had their own bright idea. Why not turn this hobby into a real business?
 
The family moved to Pennsylvania and began making Aliner campers. Two brothers would build one. The third brother would hitch it to the family station wagon and drive across the country until he sold it. When he returned, the brothers would have another Aliner waiting. After years of hard work and several hundred thousand miles on the poor station wagon, the family retired in 2007. Today we continue to build every Aliner with the same quality, craftsmanship and pride as Ralph and his sons did for over 30 years.