2005 Dodge Ram 2500 with XP/Nimbl Camper $129,000 - low miles

cogden

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It's been installed for at least five years and it was don't by a local graphics company, Mojave Printing and Graphics. We sourced a photo with enough pixels for the graphic and they printed it and installed it. We had some plans to experiment with the back window and the rear wall for a sort of 3D effect but never did.
Thanks and well done!
 
Life has thrown us a little curve ball so we are looking to move this sooner rather than later, thus a price drop to $129,000. We've had some interest in the camper only so we're offering that at $107,500. We love the truck and wouldn't mind keeping it. The flatbed has some specific design features to hold the camper in place so I'd suggest you contact Nimbl about building a bed for you since they should have the specs, even though they have a different mounting system now. It may be an option to swap the aluminum camper base for the newer system, which is a better design in my opinion.
 

Tiz_Zlife

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Hello;

On the eleventh picture, showing the left hand side of the camper, just above the counter there is a black substance just above the counter, can you tell me is is mold, a shadow or maybe a sealant?
 

Pierre D

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Tiz: I'm pretty sure it is a brush seal. All you see are the bristles that bend up and down following the position of the pop-up.
 
Hello;

On the eleventh picture, showing the left hand side of the camper, just above the counter there is a black substance just above the counter, can you tell me is is mold, a shadow or maybe a sealant?
Yes, Pierre is correct it is a brush seal. When I had it in to do the lithium battery upgrade last year, I also had the interior teak wood trim replaced and the seal upgraded from rubber to the brush seal. It works much better and is more attractive.
 

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