Thought I'd add another photo from my collection for the Adventure Trailer Horizon for Sale. This is my favorite view in the Rally Fighter...
Summer's almost here. P/M me if you're interested in making it a great one!
BobcatH - LOL... actually it was in Prescott, for a long time! Then I drove it across country by dirt road to NJ. It would not be a big deal to have it transported back though. Given how rare nice Horizon's are on the market it would probably be worth putting it on a flatbed or getting someone...
The Maggi RTT is now sold (Thank you ExPo) which is even better for you because:
a) The trailer is now even cheaper, selling for just $9,300
b) You can put whatever RTT you want on it now and make it perfect for your needs
Please let me know if you are interested.
Before I start this response, let me state that I do not own an XP Camper, I have no financial relationship with XP Camper, and I'm not posting this on behalf of anyone other than myself.
That being said, I have looked in great detail at almost every camper mentioned in this thread, and imho...
Tried to register this morning, but the link for step 2 on your website tried to go to www.expeditionportal.com/store instead of store.expeditionportal.com - and so broke.
When I went there manually, I filled in the form, but then the connection to paypal brok and it dumped me...
EcoRoamer on TV TONIGHT!
The EcoRoamer (and us!) are going to be on TV tonight at 9pm on Discovery's Travel Channel. They interviewed us for their special: "Killer RV Upgrades".
It turned out really well, and if you want a sneak peak, you can watch it online, here...
We're on Jalopnik!
I don't know how or why, but the EcoRoamer was Jalopnik's Question of the Day today! Hooray!!
Check it out...
Wow... talk about the ghost of threads past... This posting was from almost 5 years ago.
We wound up putting a set of the XZL 445 x 22.5's on the EcoRoamer, and have been very happy with them. They fit the standard Alcoa's and are much more readily available than I first feared...
Not sure if it is too late for you, but we have been VERY happy with the Sanyo HIP 195W solar panels on the roof of the EcoRoamer - specs here.
They've been extremely rugged despite several tree bashings - and the extra power per square inch (they're 195W) really helps.
Hope that helps...