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  1. #5276
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    If you include the Xscreams, I'd bet you've got another $30k in value right there.

  2. #5277
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    The igloo cooler alone has to add at least 2k. Jet Boil, your platform can double check as butcher block, I'm seeing a pinterest-worthy #Vanlife kitchen in the making.

  3. #5278
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskydoc View Post
    The igloo cooler alone has to add at least 2k. Jet Boil, your platform can double check as butcher block, I'm seeing a pinterest-worthy #Vanlife kitchen in the making.
    The coolers not for sale but I like the way you’re thinking

  4. #5279
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    Saw this bad ass EarthRoamer parked in Galena today. Thing is a monster, mounted on a F550 chassis.

  5. #5280
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    ^^^ Saw that one, or a very similar one, up at Winter Park last season.

    Beast.
    In search of the elusive artic powder weasel ...

  6. #5281
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    very stealth

  7. #5282
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    how bout those wheels though

  8. #5283
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    Stealth wheels.

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    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  9. #5284
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    My 2004 F-250 with a beater Northland camper all in for $12000 can do the same things as his $180000 mortgage sucker.

  10. #5285
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldengatestinx View Post
    My 2004 F-250 with a beater Northland camper all in for $12000 can do the same things as his $180000 mortgage sucker.
    On a similiar but more expensive note, get a decent used Class C (Big Foot, Triple E, Travelaire) with a Super Duty 450 chassis and convert it to 4x4. $10,000 Canadian for the conversion including a 5" lift. Unlike the Earthroamer you can go from front to back.
    https://www.sportsman4x4.com/clydesd...60-conversion/

  11. #5286
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldengatestinx View Post
    My 2004 F-250 with a beater Northland camper all in for $12000 can do the same things as his $180000 mortgage sucker.
    $180k? Website says $550k-1.7million.

    What does that work out to price per square foot?

  12. #5287
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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    $180k? Website says $550k-1.7million.

    What does that work out to price per square foot?
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    Here's a link to a used one for.......only just over half a million ($550k). Looks pretty sweet. I like the full sized cab on it.
    https://earthroamer.com/pre-owned/pre-owned-190/

  13. #5288
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    "...enable a lifetime of adventures..."
    *5,322 miles*
    Musta been a short life, or something...

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  14. #5289
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    Earthroamers are for people who can drop super car money on a toy and it won't phase them.

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  15. #5290
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kailua_Boys View Post
    Earthroamers are for people who can drop super car money on a toy and it won't phase them.

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    For sure, without a doubt. Total eye candy. Kinda like a super model. Great to look at, fun to ride, love to have one, just way beyond my budget. The maintenance alone would kill you.


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  16. #5291
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    https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto...014199906.html

    4wd, insulated box, diesel, Canadian...

    Looks like the perfect ski mobile

  17. #5292
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastern Sierra Skier View Post
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    Saw this bad ass EarthRoamer parked in Galena today. Thing is a monster, mounted on a F550 chassis.
    Only $600k, “well equipped” and it can be yours!


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  18. #5293
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonewrenched View Post
    https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto...014199906.html

    4wd, insulated box, diesel, Canadian...

    Looks like the perfect ski mobile
    Topping out at 55 mph would get old. And with 115 horsepower (when it was new), I'm guessing that thing would be going about 25mph over any kind of mountain pass.

    Seems like a decent option if you wanted a desert wanderer. Especially if you already live in the desert, and don't have to drive very far to do your wanderings.

  19. #5294
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    Quote Originally Posted by TurxSki View Post
    "...enable a lifetime of adventures..."
    *5,322 miles*
    Musta been a short life, or something...

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    Probably drove it to Burning Man, didnt get laid, so now time to sell it...

  20. #5295
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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    Topping out at 55 mph would get old. And with 115 horsepower (when it was new), I'm guessing that thing would be going about 25mph over any kind of mountain pass.

    Seems like a decent option if you wanted a desert wanderer. Especially if you already live in the desert, and don't have to drive very far to do your wanderings.
    Perfect for a desert full-timer who needs to move every 14 days.

  21. #5296
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    How come more trucks don't have the rear window lower all the way like the Tundra? How come the Tundra has such terrible payload? Seems like a truck with a slide-in camper would be a great option, especially if the dogs could sleep in the cab and we could crawl back and forth without having to go outside (wife and I are both compact enough to crawl through a window if needed).

  22. #5297
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tips^Up View Post
    How come more trucks don't have the rear window lower all the way like the Tundra? How come the Tundra has such terrible payload? Seems like a truck with a slide-in camper would be a great option, especially if the dogs could sleep in the cab and we could crawl back and forth without having to go outside (wife and I are both compact enough to crawl through a window if needed).
    That feature is only available on the CC tundra, which has an essentially useless 5.5' bed.

  23. #5298
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tips^Up View Post
    How come more trucks don't have the rear window lower all the way like the Tundra? How come the Tundra has such terrible payload? Seems like a truck with a slide-in camper would be a great option, especially if the dogs could sleep in the cab and we could crawl back and forth without having to go outside (wife and I are both compact enough to crawl through a window if needed).
    That's what vans are for...

  24. #5299
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    Yes, we got a campervan this summer. It's awesome...except for ground clearance. And the RWD (Ford Transit) will probably be terrifying in snow this winter. Trucks have good ground clearance, won't rattle apart on dirt roads, have 4wd and, with a full back seat, seat belts for 5 (we recently expanded to needing at least 3 seatbelts - baby girl loves #vanlife, but wants bigger tires. Probably. I don't know what she thinks, she's only 4 months old).

  25. #5300
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonewrenched View Post
    https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto...014199906.html

    4wd, insulated box, diesel, Canadian...
    This is a cool platform. Would be alright do a conversion and throw in a newer 4bt cummins or something alike.
    Also..you could just buy a Ford box van, 4x4 conversion it and call it a day..same price and have the same thing basically just newer.

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