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Grit dog

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Posted: 10/21/21 04:08pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

John & Christine wrote:

PartyOf Five wrote:

You should talk to Gary...
Does Gary sell 4x4 Class C’s? Or is Gary just a nice guy who holds a good conversation thus you feel I should talk to him?


Wow, sorry, it seems a few of the regulars around here didn’t put on their helpful pants this morning….
And I’m sure J&C were looking for an Earthroamer and couldn’t find the website….


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Grit dog wrote:

John & Christine wrote:

PartyOf Five wrote:

You should talk to Gary...
Does Gary sell 4x4 Class C’s? Or is Gary just a nice guy who holds a good conversation thus you feel I should talk to him?


Wow, sorry, it seems a few of the regulars around here didn’t put on their helpful pants this morning….
And I’m sure J&C were looking for an Earthroamer and couldn’t find the website….
I was just having some fun… been a long week..it’s all good!

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Great info everyone… thank you!

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Have you looked at Phoenix Cruiser? Some of these floorplans might fit your specifications. All of the Phoenix RV's seem to have a 4x4 option. https://www.phoenixusarv.com/learn-more-........bout-the-phoenix--cruiser#floorplans-row


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Tiger4x4RV wrote:

Have you looked at Phoenix Cruiser? Some of these floorplans might fit your specifications. All of the Phoenix RV's seem to have a 4x4 option. https://www.phoenixusarv.com/learn-more-........bout-the-phoenix--cruiser#floorplans-row
Ill check em out… might have to get creative with sleeping but definitely a quality coach.

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John & Christine wrote:

Are there any manufacturers still offering a Class C 4x4 that is not on a sprinter or transit chassis? I’m looking for something in the 25-28’ range that sleeps 5/6 comfortably but can’t find anything, nor do I know where to look.

Do outside the US, maybe an Ecole conversion?

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RobertRyan wrote:

John & Christine wrote:

Are there any manufacturers still offering a Class C 4x4 that is not on a sprinter or transit chassis? I’m looking for something in the 25-28’ range that sleeps 5/6 comfortably but can’t find anything, nor do I know where to look.

Do outside the US, maybe an Econoline conversion?


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I've always wanted 4wd and visited the Quigly website... But now I think I'd rather have a locking differential for the rear duals. I think that would be good enough to get out of stuck situations. Has any one explored that? I think there are locker assemblies for dual rear wheel axles.

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Keep in mind the comfort and safety for 5/6 people while rolling down the road.
Seating with seatbelts. Dinette seatbelt riding is usually not comfortable.

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I keep hoping they'll decide to start selling these in the USA...

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