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  1. 2019 Grand Design Fifth Wheel Solitude ST375RES: great condition, many extra's, slide toppers, window awnings, cell booster, security/side and backup camera system. Option: office desk center over 3rd couch. 2018 GMC Sierra Denali 3500 Duramax Dually 4wd: mileage 65k, loaded, great condition, long bed, black leather interior, heated/ac seats, entertainment audio/video system, crew cab, electric sunroof, bed liner, Retrax Retractable Bed Cover, B&W Companion Fifth Wheel, diesel tuner, weather tech mats front and back, new tires all around. Clear titles on both - in hand. Current location: Daingerfield, Northeast Texas, Carfax report and additional photos available upon request. $134,900 or best offer - Willing to deliver. Will sell separately.
  2. Back on market 2/18/21 US military vehicle, original camo paint (CARC), equipped for cold weather Caterpillar 3126 diesel engine; Allison 7 speed automatic transmission; 4x4 ABS; Central Tire Inflation System - driver controls tire pressure from cab Tire-Safeguard Tire Pressure Monitoring System (shows psi & temp for each tire) Cab has air ride for comfort; Snorkel behind driver; Turning radius 35 ft wall to wall Rear Locker 2:87 Gears then speedometer recalibrated by Cat Engine flashed to 330 hp by Cat (stock was 275 hp) Top speed was approximately 74 mph after regearing but we did not do a top speed run after increasing horsepower. Habitat runs on solar, generator, plug-in electric or combination using hybrid inverter. 24V Solar system professionally designed and inspected: 4 Panasonic HIT 325W solar panels = 1300W; IronRidge mounting hardware 4 Victron Super Cycle AGM batteries 12V/230AH wired for 24V* Victron MultiPlus Charger & Hybrid Inverter, battery monitor, MPPT Victron BMV-702 temp sensor; VE.Bus Smart Dongle Victron app allows detailed monitoring and control from smartphone or tablet Blue Sea: AC panels, fuse blocks, etc; 4/0 AWG 6 Military Batteries (6TAGM): 4 for chassis + 2 for habitat’s 12V Renogy 100 Watt 12V Monocrystalline Solar Kit (brings total solar to 1400W) Generator: Honda EU2000T1A1 model 659820 with Hour Meter/Tach added Progressive Industries Electrical Management System HW50C w/Smart Surge Protection RV electric plug Could also be used as a portable solar/battery backup for home/office. Should run your home frig/freezer/TVs/computers/etc (check specs). 60,000 BTU diesel fired heater for habitat; Blackout window shades Nature's Head waterless composting toilet; Gray water tanks under chassis Fresh water tanks under bottom bunk: 39 gal main + 7 gal reserve & room for MUCH more 11 gal water heater (uses solar power or military diesel fired heater) Thermostatic mixing valve for shower faucet Shower base: 32x34” Sterling by Kohler (small residential) Delta SS gooseneck faucet; SS sink; Culligan whole house water filter Norcold refrigerator; Toshiba microwave; Stone Coat (epoxy) Countertop Induction cooktop & butane stove are portable for cooking indoors or outdoors Froli STAR modular bed systems with adjustable head rests Heated mattress pads; Tablet holder above top bunk Honeywell portable air conditioner in habitat Smoke detector; Carbon monoxide detector; Fire extinguishers in cab and habitat Cellular signal booster (multi-band, omni antenna) Stow N Go GlowStep (folding aluminum steps); 3M Safety Tread Exterior storage boxes; Auxiliary fuel tank; Hella trumpet horn Custom trailer hitch added below military pintel Custom bicycle rack (adjustable) with winch for heavy e-bikes Miscellaneous tools & spares included Spare tire assembly on hydraulic arm Cab tilts forward for engine access (hydraulic lift with manual backup) Wireless 4 camera system with 7" monitor (cameras mounted top & bottom, front & rear) Dash cam; Phone/tablet holder for driver (GPS use, etc.) QDP Ceramic window tint by Global Window Films Floor & Tunnel Shield - heat & sound insulation under cab Diesel fired heater preheats engine & cab; electric engine heater also Key-switch added to starter; Keys made for cab doors The military paid $230,363 when purchased new. More expensive than most LMTVs because it’s got the 1079 “van” box, the cold weather package and it’s an A1 model with ABS, improved reliability, etc. We purchased this truck near Fairbanks with 1359 miles on it (seller is its first civilian owner) then serviced the chassis, equipped the habitat and explored Alaska. Shipped to Seattle, drove to New Orleans then to San Diego. Currently near Phoenix, has a little over 16,000 miles. We have not had any breakdowns. Most of our overlanding was done in the desert Southwest (National Forests, BLM, State Trust Land, etc.) Truck and habitat were continually fine-tuned and maintained by experienced full-time RVers. Attention getter, great for promotional use. Delivery negotiable. * “4 Victron Super Cycle AGM batteries 12V/230AH wired for 24V” 4 x 230 = 920AH total 12V rating, however, these are wired 24V (which is more efficient) therefore 460AH. This does not include the 4 military/chassis batteries, nor the 2 additional military batteries on the 12V solar system. 12V system runs habitat water pumps, exhaust fan, some LEDs, 12V outlets, etc. 24V system uses the hybrid inverter to run microwave, water heater, mattress warmers, electric sockets, etc. $56,000 with everything listed/shown. If there are parts you don’t need or want, we can remove them and deduct from the price. For example, the solar systems (panels, batteries, inverter, etc) would be worth several thousand dollars for us to keep.
  3. Overlanding Moab Utah in a travel trailer has been a great experience. Our smaller Nash travel trailer has allowed us to find some smaller dispersed camping locations. In this episode, our digital nomad lifestyle takes us to a new free camping location just south of Moab Utah. This camping spot is tricky to get to. Starting at the lower main boondocking area where all the larger RVs are we head up the hill. This camp requires us to back down a steep hill, through a ditch, and on an off-camber section. Video might not do justice but this Overlanding camp spot was a tough one.
  4. Jesse A

    Moab Utah

    In this travel day to Moab Utah, RVing full-time with our new smaller travel trailer brings us to a remote off-grid boondocking spot. Free camping with a small trailer is the reason we downsized! We have been to Moab Utah many years ago to travel the White Rim Trail. This time we plan on spending a few weeks in the area. With our new travel trailer we plan on getting to more remote or Overlanding type boondocking locations.Taking our travel trailer offroad to this dispersed camping spot is a little more stressful than we thought. Thansk for watching.
  5. Overlanding Zion National Park is a very unique way to see the park. We start off by boondocking near Sand Hollow State Park and then make the short drive into Zion. It's going to be a good day on the trail. Our overland Ram is built exactly for this trail. It's good at everything but great at nothing. Using this ram 2500 as our tow rig, rock crawler, and overland vehicle allows us to see some pretty unique terrain. We have been to Zion National Park a few times but never seen it this way, meaning offroad. It seems like it's a different perspective getting out on the trails.
  6. In this video, we take our tow rig offroad. Our Ram 2500 was originally bought and built for Overlanding. Over the past year, it's been towing our 5th wheel toy hauler all around America. This is full time RV living! About 1.5 years ago we took the leap and decided to start living our lives differently. Bought a fifth wheel and hit the open road, our Ram was originally built with a different purpose in mind. Overall it does great in both fields. Come along as we hit the 395 HWY and do some 4x4 in the Eastern Sierras. We really hope you enjoy the journey, don't forget to subscribe! https://youtu.be/I4of_vAjCi4
  7. We brought the truck brand new last year. It is in excellent condition. Runs great! No accidents. Mileage: 6,017 miles. Features: Trailering Equipment Package Trailer brake controller Stabilitrak stability control with trailer sway control and hill start assist Antilock brakes Tire pressure monitor system All season tires Automatic transmission Convenience Package We brought the truck to tow our 35 foot Travel Trailer last year. We only took it out several times on vacationing trips. The rest of the time, it sits in our driveway. That's why the mileage is so low. We drive it every couple weeks around the block to keep the oil circulating. We recently took the truck to the dealership for it's first oil change. The service came came with a complimentary repair amp; safety check and the truck passed it with flying colors. We recently sold our Travel Trailer. we no longer need the truck. If you are looking for a truck to tow your trailer or 5th wheel, you can't go wrong with this truck. It towed our 35 foot trailer like it was nothing. This truck is a powerhouse! Experts recommend towing a 5th wheel with a long bed. Our 8 foot long bed is perfect for this. The title is clean. We are the 1st owner. We have the pink slip and ready to sign off to the new owner. The selling price is 35,980 OBO. In case you'd want to know, I'll be wearing a mask and practice social distancing whenever possible. When you are ready to purchase, we'll meet at your bank to exchange payment, keys and pink slip.
  8. 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4 SOLD - trying to figure out how to delete this post... $19,995 72,000 miles Amazing condition, no accidents, all maintenance up to date and ready to tow behind your RV today! Located in Virginia, but will be in California in late May. We are getting out of the RV lifestyle and don't need this vehicle any longer. Ready to drive (or tow) across the country. $4,000 worth of work done in 2017 to make it ready to flat tow behind your RV including: - Blue Ox baseplate - SMI Air Force One braking system - Wiring for brake lights and turn signals - 3M Paint Protection Film Clear Bra professionally installed to the front of the vehicle for added protection when towing Easy push button operation to switch transfer case into neutral for flat, dinghy towing. The engine is the 3.6-liter V6 (290 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque). I get around 18 mpg driving around the city and around 22-23 on the highway. Dark grey exterior with black leather interior. GPS navigation, heated seats in front and back, sunroof, bluetooth, heated steering wheel, remote start, backup camera, power liftgate, custom all-weather mats Click on pictures to enlarge:
  9. At the Xscapers annual Bash 2020 we took our full size RAM on a jeep trail. We joined fellow Xscapers to hit Redline jeep trail. The tow rig did pretty well and everyone was glad to have us along. This was such an amazing way to jump right into meeting new people at the Xscapers Bash. Our tow rig has been highly modified for towing and off road performance, rock sliders, extra shocks and larger all terrain tires. This trail pushed us to the limit though, trying a couple different bonus lines we ended up needing a small tow strap tug! Everyone on the trail was great and happy to watch us give it a try. Looks like we might need new bumpers though.......we received some minor carnage. Hope you enjoy the video!
  10. Continuing to explore the open desert we head over to Burro Schmidt Tunnel in the Mojave Desert. Carved all by hand taking over 33 years, this tunnel goes all the way through a mountain. We enter the tunnel and show you what it's like on the inside and all the way through. On this adventure I have gotten pretty good at crashing our drone and Melissa finds a unique use for the GoPro. After spending a good amount of time exploring around the tunnel we cut back across the desert. Attempting to find another mine but the road conditions wouldn't cooperate.
  11. We are back in the snow! New Years weekend takes us out into a snowy winter wonderland once again. Come along as we put the tow rig to the test as we hit some slushy 4x4 trails. Out in the California desert once again, to do some offroading in the snow and mud. California RV travel in snowy weather can make for difficult traffic conditions! We meet up with a friend to go exploring but the trail conditions throw us for a loop.
  12. We take the journey from Deadwood South Dakota to Wyoming just outside Grand Teton National Park. The drive is quite long and when we arrive we are super tired. While looking for a good camping spot with decent cell phone service, we go down a road we shouldn't have been on with our 5th wheel. Getting out of this area requires a steep uphill rutted road and four wheel drive! The following day I drive into town and reflect on the great dirt road driveways we have had lately! We head over a near by camp to meet some other RVers that we were in touch with on Instagram. This area is absolutely beautiful and might be my favorite place in the country. We are looking forward to exploring the area for the next week! Hope you enjoy the video! ***Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!*** https://www.youtube.com/c/adventureen...
  13. We make it to an epic Boondocking spot just outside of Badlands South Dakota! We finish our drive to Badlands national Park (well just outside of the park), before we get there we camp on the Missouri River. We are so excited to be out west again, more Boondocking! The Boondocking spot we land at is just outside Badlands National Park and it's absolutely amazing. Camped on the edge of a cliff, we plan on staying in this location for a week! The roads were quite muddy getting in but, but of course the Ram made it. After we dropped the trailer, of course I had to do a little off roading! ***Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!*** https://www.youtube.com/c/adventureen...
  14. I have a 2009 Toyota Tacoma SR-5 Access Cab with a 6' bed. It is a V6 with 4 wheel drive automatic. Why spend weeks and thousands of dollars setting up a rig to tow 4 down. I can tell you from 45 years of RV experience, you don't want to tow on a trailer or tow dolly. 4 down is the ONLY way to go. Included in this price is a Remco drive line disconnect (just pull a lever next to the drivers seat), a Break Buddy breaking system with wireless sensor, a top-of-the line Roadmaster Sterling tow hitch all wired and ready to go and Firestone Air Bags with remote air system controllable from inside the cab. If you are buying a motorhome and want to tow a 'toad', this is the perfect system and it's all ready to go. We put an ATV in the truck bed and used the Firestone air bags to level the truck bed. I purchased this Toyota new in 2009. I am the original owner. My Toyota has less then 48,000 miles. This is a four door access cab. You can put 4 adults inside. It's been impeccably maintained. It has never been in an accident. All of the front is covered with a plastic anti ding coating so the truck looks great. There is one very small 3/4" ding in the rear corner bumper where someone dinged it while my wife was parked in a parking lot. Most folks would have a hard time even finding it. Other than that, it is in pristine condition. My Toyota also has a 2" wired tow hitch. All these extras that make this rig the perfect ready to go 'toad' costs about $6000 stalled new plus the hours and hours and hours spent getting all this stuff done. I have lot's of high quality photos I can send you directly. Phil at 503-678-7999 - Oregon. $24300.
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