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Eugarps

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Posted: 01/06/20 09:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It looks to be about the size of the Tiger Adventure Vehicle Siberian. That means you’re going to be somewhat limited where you can go and even where are you can park.

Just head to the Tiger Adventure Vehicles site and check their inventory. Clicky

That’s just my two cents and worth every penny,Clicky

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I’m trying to figure out where the “well over $200k” price tag that TCM quotes comes from? Other than about $100k profit on each rig.
That’s absolutely nuts, but if they can market it successfully then the boys in Yakima can sell more than apples and veggies!
Cool looking rig, but I’m struggling to see what advantages it really has over a setup like Bedlams or others that are similar, other than slightly shorter in overall height. But what’s the difference once you’re 11’ + tall.
Take any class 4 or 5 truck for $60-70k loaded, add a fancy $60k triple slide TC to it and another $10k in big tires, small lift (maybe) and some bolt on “off road” parts and you have the same thing. Correct. Except you also have a truck to use without your house attached.
Even going overboard on everything, brand spanking new, I can’t get more than about $150 k out of that setup.


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G-Dog wrote:

Take any class 4 or 5 truck for $60-70k loaded, add a fancy $60k triple slide TC to it and another $10k in big tires, small lift (maybe) and some bolt on “off road” parts and you have the same thing. Correct.


Nope..That is not a truck with a TC in the bed..It's more of a Class C with the camper built off the frame..


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