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RE: 2008 Eagle Cap 855 in Canada

Looks like we are getting a model of the EC that was before Adventurer "improved" "cut costs" on the EC. That might be why there are no brochures to be found anywhere?? FWIW, Eagle Cap of La Grande OR was bought and brought out of bankruptcy in about 2006 by Okanagan’s Owner Chris Epp...It was in this era that EC’s began to gain some design influence from Okanagan’s innovative design team...In about 2011 Chris (due to illness) sold Eagle Cap to his brother James Epp, the Owner of Adventurer in Canada who later relocated the EC factory from La Grande to the former post 2008 bankrupt Alpenlite facility in Yakama, WA. The second build generation EC’s (beginning about a year before EC’s 2006 bankruptcy) had (*) full front and rear fiberglass caps and true fiberglass sidewalls (no luan underlayment), but was discontinued at Yakama due to cost, and replaced with a premium Lamilux 4000 high luster roll-out material... *this industry leading redesign and material upgrade (pre-bankruptcy) was intended to overcome the many first generation costly warranty delamination re-works due to water intrusion, by avoiding the use of industry standard luan and filon....It was this costly redesign that helped lead to first generation EC’s bankruptcy... 3 tons
hinterland 04/12/21 11:15am Truck Campers
RE: 2008 Eagle Cap 855 in Canada

I stand corrected. It appears that the old 855 was a lot lighter than any of the models currently available. Even so that 3275# estimate will turn out to be on the low side. Check this brochure and you will quickly see the weight is for a stripped down model without microwave, without awnings, not even a TV antenna or a stereo. https://recreationalvehicles.info/2010-alp-eagle-cap-truck-campers/2010-alp-eagle-cap-truck-campers-brochure.pdf That 3275# estimate is likely to hit a loaded weight, minus passengers, well over 4000# and probably closer to 4500#. Looks like the 2008 855 was built before the brand was bought by Adventurer. There is no microwave etc. So, will be watching the weight at the scales. Thank you
hinterland 04/12/21 08:03am Truck Campers
RE: 2008 Eagle Cap 855 in Canada

Good luck, had our 995 since new in 2009 and its been outstanding... 3 tons Thank You!
hinterland 04/12/21 08:02am Truck Campers
RE: 2008 Eagle Cap 855 in Canada

We ended up buying the Eagle Cap, real nice solid unit and well made. Thanks for all the feedback.
hinterland 04/11/21 07:03am Truck Campers
RE: 2008 Eagle Cap 855 in Canada

He is looking at the Eagle Cap right now, will let you know what he decides. He was also looking at an Okanaga, 10'5", for half the price, but a 1997 in excellent condition.
hinterland 04/10/21 03:35pm Truck Campers
RE: 2008 Eagle Cap 855 in Canada

Glove box sticker in the GMC says slide in camper max 3834 lbs
hinterland 04/10/21 06:37am Truck Campers
RE: 2008 Eagle Cap 855 in Canada

This is the 2008 855, maybe built 3 years from 08 to 2010. It's 9'4" and the dry weight shows 2870 lbs and wet shows 3275 lbs
hinterland 04/10/21 06:36am Truck Campers
2008 Eagle Cap 855 in Canada

Hi There, Just curious if anyone has this Eagle Cap? We are looking at it tomorrow to put on a 2014 GMC Duramax Crew Cab, Long Box, SRW.
hinterland 04/09/21 07:03pm Truck Campers
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