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Old 08-23-2013, 12:40 PM   #1
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Thanks for sharing .Although the price is a little high for me,I can see where lots of people I know would enjoy that type of set up.
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Interesting! (and fiberglass)

Manufacturer's web site: ::: Jeep® ActionCamper© JKU expedition ready slide-in camper / by Thaler Design :::

A more expensive (and permanent) but somewhat similar rig was the EarthRoamer » XV-JP
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Neat Looking Rig. Very Interesting. However, a large Negative, other than the Price Tag, No easy entry into the RV Cabin part.

Either squeeze between the front seats of the cab or use the 'tailgate' hatch in back.

Didn't appear an easy way to close the hatch & tailgate after getting into the cabin. Doesn't seem an easy way to even get into it from the rear. Would need steps or a good step stool.

Neatly laid out inside.

A TC would work better, I would say. But one would really look cool riding around in one of them.

Thanks for sharing.

The EarthRoamer XV-JP looks neat as well.

I liked the EarthRoamer XV-LTs better. But not sure where I'd need one.

Seems we saw one of the EarthRoamers in Alaska a couple years ago. Perhaps a couple of them.
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