CD,It mentions frame cracks being repaired in 2015... Did these have an issue with frames at one point?
Wow, I didn't realize that. Thanks for the info.CD,
There is a pretty good thread about the frame crack issues on the Earthroamer forum.
One ER owner lifted the whole body higher off the frame and put spacers, and there is an aftermarket kit available for a reinforcement that goes on the frame which Earthroamer owners have done pre-and post cracking.
I would not have my Tiger if I could have bought this 6.0 ER #37. https://sites.google.com/openspacetrust.org/earthroamer/I love Earthroamer’s, but I’m not in the financial position to purchase one.
If I’m ever able to possibly purchase one, it would have to be an older 6.0, which I would probably have the engine pulled and bulletproofed.
The 6.4, in my opinion, is a time bomb. It is a throwaway motor. The Cummins conversion is probably the best option for this, but since I live in California, not sure about the how all the smog laws would work out with that.
check your messages.I would not have my Tiger if I could have bought this 6.0 ER #37. https://sites.google.com/openspacetrust.org/earthroamer/
I am glad someone else on here got it
If any seller is researching selling a Earthroamer of this vintage please do message me I might be in the market for it depending on how much I have dumped in real estate at the time.
Looks like the first 6.4 only lasted about 90k miles that's probably right for heavy service of dragging around a house I think the grocery getters last around 150k