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  1. #4876
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattig View Post
    What truck camper did you have? Having never camper in a sprinter, I'm curious if it would feel like it has "more space." Walking around in them, it feels like a bit less, but of course that would depend on the truck camper in question. Just trying to figure out if there's some other functional component I'm not considering.

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    I had a four wheel camper on a toyota tacoma. I went with the van for being able to turn around and gear up for skiing without going outside.

    I mostly travel with 2 kids too so it just feels like more space. The camper was and still is awesome just a little expansion.

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  2. #4877
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    Quote Originally Posted by myles long View Post
    I had a four wheel camper on a toyota tacoma. I went with the van for being able to turn around and gear up for skiing without going outside.

    I mostly travel with 2 kids too so it just feels like more space. The camper was and still is awesome just a little expansion.

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    4WC on Tacoma is the answer I was hoping for. And yes I would love not having to do the icy walk of shame.

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  3. #4878
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattig View Post
    4WC on Tacoma is the answer I was hoping for. And yes I would love not having to do the icy walk of shame.

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    Icy walk of shame.....couldnt have said it better myself.

    If it was just me and my dog...the fwc would be perfect forever and someday I will go back to that setup....but the sprinter is awesome now.

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  4. #4879
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    Quote Originally Posted by myles long View Post
    Updated my accommodations for the winter. The truck camper was awesome but needed a little more space. Gotta add some better snow tires and should be all set.




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    Damn that is a beauty


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  5. #4880
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    Looking forward to year #4 as a ski freak in the RV. How is it only August?! Come on winter!

  6. #4881
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    Seattle peeps:
    https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/r...949545546.html

    Seems like could be a killer deal!

  7. #4882
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    Yeah, good score for a cheap, light ski camper. Mine is a '93 as well.

    Almost worth it just for the jacks!
    life ain't guaranteed, love your people while you can

  8. #4883
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyromaniacman129 View Post
    Seattle peeps:
    https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/r...949545546.html

    Seems like could be a killer deal!
    looks like awesome rig! wonder what it does to mpg on a diesel f250
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    ski & ride jackets made in colorado
    maggot discount code TGR20

  9. #4884
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    looks like awesome rig! wonder what it does to mpg on a diesel f250
    I got 19-21 on the freeway with no camper.

    With camper, I get

    12mpg at 70mph
    14mpg at 60mph
    15mpg + from 45-55mph

    Mine weighs 3400 though.

    2017 6.7 motor, stock

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  10. #4885
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattig View Post
    I got 19-21 on the freeway with no camper.

    With camper, I get

    12mpg at 70mph
    14mpg at 60mph
    15mpg + from 45-55mph

    Mine weighs 3400 though.

    2017 6.7 motor, stock

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    thanks for this

    mpg is not too far off from when i was pulling a 12' enclosed cargo mate for a month and a half

    except my empty mpg is more like 17-18 hwy
    www.freeridesystems.com
    ski & ride jackets made in colorado
    maggot discount code TGR20

  11. #4886
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    looks like awesome rig! wonder what it does to mpg on a diesel f250
    I get 15mpg all day at 75 with my little Bigfoot not it doesn’t have a skirt. I think that “wind brake” makes a noticeable difference.

  12. #4887
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    Gracing lot 3 this winter
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  13. #4888
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    Quote Originally Posted by myles long View Post
    Updated my accommodations for the winter. The truck camper was awesome but needed a little more space. Gotta add some better snow tires and should be all set.




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    Beautiful. Were you happy with the process at Sportsmobile? Did you buy the van through them or find another elsewhere? thanks for sharing!

  14. #4889
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaka View Post
    Beautiful. Were you happy with the process at Sportsmobile? Did you buy the van through them or find another elsewhere? thanks for sharing!
    Overall happy with the process. I bought the van through them and did the whole deal that way. If you're going to do it that's the way because it's backed by Mercedes warranty and transferred to a RV title.

    Had a few delays in the process but build quality is amazing. Looked at a few stock models but none seat 4 and sleep 4 so we went custom build to meet our requirements. In the end that extra cost is only incremental.

    pm me if you want details on who to talk to over there.



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  15. #4890
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    Congrats myles she's a beaut!

  16. #4891
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    Quote Originally Posted by mooseknuckles View Post
    Congrats myles she's a beaut!
    Thanks....plays well in the wild so far too, scoping out some zones on Sonora.



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  17. #4892
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  18. #4893
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    Quote Originally Posted by myles long View Post
    Overall happy with the process. I bought the van through them and did the whole deal that way. If you're going to do it that's the way because it's backed by Mercedes warranty and transferred to a RV title.

    Had a few delays in the process but build quality is amazing. Looked at a few stock models but none seat 4 and sleep 4 so we went custom build to meet our requirements. In the end that extra cost is only incremental.

    pm me if you want details on who to talk to over there.



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    thanks! I sent a PM.

  19. #4894
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    Quote Originally Posted by mooseknuckles View Post
    Earth Cruiser + Stealth Craft. Not mine Click image for larger version. 

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    That pop top must make for excellent fuel mileage.......

  20. #4895
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    Quote Originally Posted by m2711c View Post
    That pop top must make for excellent fuel mileage.......
    <= 20 feet + OK height = No ferry oversize fees!

  21. #4896
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    Quote Originally Posted by myles long View Post
    I had a four wheel camper on a toyota tacoma. I went with the van for being able to turn around and gear up for skiing without going outside.
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    This is one of the biggest reasons/benefits to go with a van. I absolutely love my 4x4 Sprinter and can't wait to ski/camp in it this winter. I have a diesel espar heater as well and have not used it yet but they are supposed to work really well and are very efficient.

  22. #4897
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldMil View Post
    This is one of the biggest reasons/benefits to go with a van. I absolutely love my 4x4 Sprinter and can't wait to ski/camp in it this winter. I have a diesel espar heater as well and have not used it yet but they are supposed to work really well and are very efficient.
    Agreed, can't wait for winter

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  23. #4898
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    Here's mine.

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  24. #4899
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldMil View Post
    Here's mine.

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    Very cool.....the Revels are really nice.

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  25. #4900
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    I like the Revel as well. I see a different one just about every day. W must be selling a crazy amount of them.

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