This thing is cool… 55k seems like a good place to be. 65k and I’d have a lot of trouble not just buying an eos-12. Is it insulated/will it have tank heaters?
There other Tribe trailers are built in china as well. So confused to what you meant by that. But it doesn't matter we now know we're they are builtHello everyone! Very excited about the EX 500. Keep the questions coming.
Yes, tribe is owned by the owner of Tuff Stuff.
Yes, the trailers will be manufactured in china. I thought they were manufactured in arizona where their other tribe trailers were, but they are not.
They own their own manufacturing plant in china and this is not outsourced.
They have their own proprietary suspension. Yes it has airbags, and shocks.
here is a quick walk around the trailer. Let me know what you guys think.
Right now they are projecting to release the trailer for around 55-65k depending on the components that they decide upon.
when I met with the owners a couple days ago they informed me that the smaller trailers were built in their factory in arizona. So that’s what I am going off of. Why do you believe otherwise?There other Tribe trailers are built in china as well. So confused to what you meant by that. But it doesn't matter we now know we're they are built
the owner of tribe is the owner of tuff stuff. The same factory used to build all equipment for tuff Stuff will be used to build their own trailers.Wow that's impressive that Tribe could buy a company like this. Maybe it makes sense as they have signed a lot dealers. Does it pop up with a motor or is it a manual system?
Can you show us a picture of the tounge sticker that gives dry weight and gwr?
I am guessing here but if you look at the no name Chinese components on the bascamp model and read the issues that folks are having on the Tribe Trailer FB group it seems odd they would have all those no name raw materials shipped to AZ to be manufactured when there is a mfging facility at your disposal in China. Hard saying not knowingwhen I met with the owners a couple days ago they informed me that the smaller trailers were built in their factory in arizona. So that’s what I am going off of. Why do you believe otherwise?
I'm not sure what is going on in that wet bath. I wish they would just simplify with a composting toilet.A camper such as this design makes a lot of sense and will sell a lot of them IF some things are done such as assure it's stability on the road, doesn't have constant breaking components, doesn't need a bunch of mods to make usable, etc. Can you imagine having to clean that wet bath? Make it solid and it will sell. If not, well, it won't and it's reputation will follow.