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striper64r

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Posted: 06/19/05 05:17am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

looking for RV dealers that deals in 4x4 class C RVs


2000 F250 4x4 airbag,s edellbrock shock,s 265 Firestone,s also have 19.5 Continetal 245 for the HWY, built in aircompresor. 2002Elkhorn 11x with sidedoor.

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You will probaly have to pick one out, and the dealer can send it down to Quigley 4x4 Conversions in PA. I have a Ford van with a Quigley Conversion; they put out a great product. Actually drives better than my regular van on the highway.


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The 4x4 mods have always looked fun. Do they change any of the vehicle stats?

There is Quigly then there is one other upfitter I think. Can't recall the name but someone else probably will.

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Xplorer Motorhome is still in business. They make 4x4 motorhomes. Check out xplorermotorhome.com

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Salem Kroger also does the 4X4 upfit

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Be warned about Salem Kroger. I ordered a 2005 Winnebago Minnie Winnie and dropshipped it to them for conversion. Craig appears very knowledgeable, but we have blown two transfer cases, two parking brakes and two output shafts in 3000 miles getting it home. I have owned this rig for 47 days now and it has run a total of 5. They claim a 3 year 36000 mile warranty, and no effect on the Ford warranty. So far I have had to pay for all repairs out of my pocket. They still do not know the cause of the problem, but the transfer case as far as I can tell is running way too hot. Maybe some day they will get it straightened out, but while waiting, summer is ticking by. Be careful with these folks.

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For several years now, Frank Industries has been building an Xplorer Xcursion class C on Ford and Dodge 4x4 chassis, pickup cab rather than van cab, up to about 26 feet.

These pop up in the market from time to time. In RVTrader Online, browse Class C, Xplorer. Three Xcursions there just now, $50 to $60 thousand, two gas, one diesel.


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Dunerunner wrote:

Be warned about Salem Kroger. Be careful with these folks.


Thanks for the heads up... I was thinking about having them do a 4X4 for me. I thought they used Ford parts in their conversion?

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DevinPhilips wrote:

Dunerunner wrote:

Be warned about Salem Kroger. Be careful with these folks.


Thanks for the heads up... I was thinking about having them do a 4X4 for me. I thought they used Ford parts in their conversion?


I've seen two Salem Kroger motorhomes that they eventualy sent to QuadVan to redo the conversion after they couln't keep it fixed. QuadVan seems to use heavier duty components that Salem Kroger (true - both use all Ford parts, but there can be a lot of variation even among Ford parts, and installation makes a big deal too).


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