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Question DetailsAsked on 4/23/2013

how can i get rid of old camper

1979 camper
want to junk

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Answered 7 years ago by JP


There are contractors in the yellow pages who advertise yard cleanup and junk hauling. Also, most wrecking companies with tilt-bed tow trucks would haul it to the dump for you. (Check with the dump first to see if then can handle a full camper or not - most will, but due to its size generally have you drive out and dump it directly on the active landfill rather than in the public dump trench. Of course, you will be paying for the haul and the dump fee, but if they can do it at their own convenience when they don't have any tow jobs they might give you a fair rate.

If it is een marginally usable - try Craiglist or similar for free - amazing what people will figure they can use or fix up.

If you have access to a trailer, you could strap it down and haul it off to the dump.

If you have access to a pickup, you could temporarily mount it on that (Assuming it is a pickup camper rather than a trailer) and haul to the dump (be careful about scratching the truck, especially if it is not yours).

If you don't have a trailer or pickup big enough to haul it, take a sawzall with a long blade and cut it into pieces that will fit in whatever pickup or trailer you can borrow. A sawzall with a pack of 3 long blades will only run you about $50 - less than any contractor would charge to haul it off.

Answered 7 years ago by LCD

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