Earthroamer #52 for sale.

WanderOften

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This is post is also in the For sale by ExPo members section with photos or you can use the link below.

SOLD!!!!!! Thanks to all who inquired.



A sad day indeed...This is a very well-cared-for 2007 EarthRoamer XV-LT that is in excellent condition. My wife calls it the 4th child and it has been coddled and pampered. The new owner will be more than impressed by the condition of this ER. Never used in winter and almost all easy highway miles( I think I've used the 4wd less than half a dozen times). It has carried us comfortably on adventures near and far and I'm very sorry to let it go but we're not in a position to travel the next several years so hopefully it lands in the hands of an excited new owner. I've posted the rig on RVTrader.com so most of the photos can be seen there. The body is nearly perfect and even the undercarriage shows little signs of wear. As most are aware these vehicles come available very rarely and this one is in great shape!Happy to field any questions or provide more photos. I've learned a lot on ExPo but not how to post photos so I'll get some up quickly. In the meantime feel free to contact me via PM if interested. Thanks.

$205,000 obo

Hers the link to the ad on RVTrader. Thanks for looking.

https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/200...V-LT-121697317


Ford 6.0L engine with full Bulletproof upgrade for tremendous reliability. This engine can travel Central/South America without concerns about fuel quality, gets great mileage(13-14 avg.) and has tremendous power. 85k miles

Lariat package with leather, heated 8-way seats, power locks/window/mirrors,trip computer
Upfitter switches with auxiliary high idle control
Trailer brake digital controller
Engine block heater
Systems included in no particular order
Warn 16k front winch with synthetic rope
Warn 12k rear winch with synthetic rope
Hella off-road lights
PIAA Driving lights switched but tied into high beams
PIAA fog lights wired to low beams
Dual air horn system
Oasis compressor with dual tanks
Air chucks at front and rear of truck with coiled hose
Billet aluminum grill
Lund Air deflector
Westin 5" running boards
Sirius XM booster antenna
Overcab bunk with full-length side cabinet
Espar Airtronic furnace
Espar Hotronic coolant/hot water heater system
Webasto diesel cooktop
Pioneer coach stereo system
Digital-keypad safe
Lockable hidden storage cabinet in closet
KVH A7 in-motion satellite dish with DIRECTV receiver- we don't use it but it's there if you wanna catch HBO in the wild

Upgrades include
Kelderman Air Ride conversion-tremendous ride improvement, 3-4" lift
Full Bulletproof Diesel engine upgrade-solves all concerns with 6.0 reliability
EGR delete
Mishimoto radiator upgrade-engine runs cooler
SCT Livewire Tuner/engine monitor-increases mpg and tracks engine performance metrics
Kelderman heavy duty Anti sway bar- increased vehicle stability
King Custom-valved shocks just serviced
Fox steering damper- controls kickback
Michelin XD Multiway- more compliant, more aggressive tire option than original
HID bulb kit- dramatic improvement in nighttime visibility
Custom rear aluminum ladder with Line X
Roof rack tracks for Thule/yakima
Modification to rear cabin wall-controls heat loss/gain to coach and improved sound quality from speakers
Upgraded dinette cushions with new upholstery
Solid maple custom dinette table-larger than original
Center drink/storage console in cabin
Heavy duty battery cable upgrade to improve power transfer to coach batteries
Custom built 2'x2'x4' aluminum storage box on slide system to access rear storage cabinets.
Unique, easy-load bike rack system that doubles as more exterior storage.
Kenwood DNX8190 receiver with Bluetooth, Sirius XM, iPod connection, Garmin Nav, DVD, HD Radio etc... upgraded speaker and subwoofer system
Sun shade windshield shade
Fender flare extensions really help keep vehicle clean
 
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IronManMike

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Do you know the real world overall width of the vehicle? The new EarthRoamer site currently has it listed as 96", but I believe I saw it as 90" somewhere? (Maybe I'm confusing it with the width of a F550 SRW conversion). It looks like the 41" military tires fill out the entire fender flare, while your wheels leave some extra space. Maybe that is where the discrepancy comes in. I have a narrow driveway and also camp mostly in Appalachia, so every inch helps.
 

WanderOften

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Do you know the real world overall width of the vehicle? The new EarthRoamer site currently has it listed as 96", but I believe I saw it as 90" somewhere? (Maybe I'm confusing it with the width of a F550 SRW conversion). It looks like the 41" military tires fill out the entire fender flare, while your wheels leave some extra space. Maybe that is where the discrepancy comes in. I have a narrow driveway and also camp mostly in Appalachia, so every inch helps.
I've received a lot of questions about the camper but that's a new one😀 Let me get out a tape and figure that out. The Conti tires are definitely wider. I'll drop you a note.
 

WanderOften

New member
Do you know the real world overall width of the vehicle? The new EarthRoamer site currently has it listed as 96", but I believe I saw it as 90" somewhere? (Maybe I'm confusing it with the width of a F550 SRW conversion). It looks like the 41" military tires fill out the entire fender flare, while your wheels leave some extra space. Maybe that is where the discrepancy comes in. I have a narrow driveway and also camp mostly in Appalachia, so every inch helps.
Looks like 94" at the widest. The rear track is wider by a few inches even with my fender flare extensions which really help keep the body protected. I would've guessed that the 41's put that width at a greater than 2" difference but maybe not? Perhaps another ER owner with the Conti's will read this and answer that question for you. Feel free to contact me with any other questions you might have. Thanks.
 

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