It was an old 11 foot "Little Gem" camper made in the 1960s. Back then it was 11' x 6' with the body going over and covering the tires and wheels. Every board on it was rotten and every peice of aluminum was bent. The frame itself was only 4x8 with some extensions coming out from there.What length/width trailer you build on?
Yeah when I finally found a price for one oh lawd 8( I'm thinking I'll go the build my own route for now and use my tent for this summervery cool I have looked at the Mopar ones and can not justify $10.000-12.000 they are a little junky IMO and not much there for the money My brother built one for his TJ and we are going to buy a 6x8 and build one for Me.
They also have one similar to the Jeep model for about half the price and it has air conditioning where as the Mopar version does not. It only weighs 636 Lbs. and can carry 500 more.Anyone had any experience with one of these? Looks pretty neat!
Taking one of these home Friday, ( Livin lite offroad quicksilver 8) Its all Aluminum, Aluminum tubing, aluminum skin, Aluminum Trailer. Marine vinyl tent and awning. Convenience Package, Outside Table, Propane Stove, battery Box & First Aid Kit Off Road Package 15" All-Terrain Tires Rear Aluminum Deck (for Storage) Air Conditioner 8.0 8000 BTU Awning Rug Travel Length: 12’-0” Camping Length: 16’-2” Travel Width: 7’-0” Camping Width: 7’-0” Travel Height: 4’-0” Camping Height:8’-2” GVWR: 1,500 lbs. Dry Weight: *865 lbs. Load Cap: *635 lbs. Hitch Weight: 150 lbs. Tire Size:15" All Terrain Sleep Capacity: 6[/QUOTE
How much did it cost ?
How much? More or less than we you paid for your Rubi?Picked up an XVenture at the Overland Expo on the 16th of May...not a pop up but way capable of serious off road. 19 inches of ground clearance, built in 22 gal. water tanks, RTT, solar and Propane, hot and cold running water, same wheels and tires as my Rubi.