SOLD: EarthRoamer XV-LT # SOLD


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2012 EarthRoamer #116 has been well maintained and parked in a garage when it's not out on the trails! The replaced 6.7L Powerstroke engine has less than 18,000 miles, it's just getting broken in!
Listed below are many of the main features of an EarthRoamer, plus some of the options unique to this specific build.

We have a CLEAR TITLE and Inspection Report.

Some of the many features of this EarthRoamer
  • Ford F-550 Super Duty
  • 6.7L PowerStroke Diesel (Only 17,300 miles on engine!)
  • Hella Rallye compact HID off-road lights
  • Hella projector beam HID micro DE driving lights
  • Bunk cabinet storage (King size over-cab bunk with single side cabinetry)
  • Under bunk storage
  • Integrated ladder for bunk and storage access
  • Kelderman Air-Ride suspension - adjustable
  • Kelderman steering stabilizer system (post production addition)
  • 41 inch Continental MPT military tires
  • LCD rear view camera
  • Exterior TV mount with power outlet and HDMI connection
  • Oasis XD3000 6 gallon air compressor
  • 3 solar panels
  • Retractable front window shades
  • Extreme Cold Weather Package (tank heaters, hot water recirculation, thermostatically controlled air circulation fans)
  • Camper exterior lighting on passenger side and rear
  • LED lighting in both rear storage lockers
  • Wine Rack
  • Hidden Safe
  • HD Satellite TV Receiver
  • 23 inch LED TV, Bose DVD player, MP3/CD player, iPod connection and 2.1 surround sound speaker system
  • 21 inch Samsung TV to mount on the outside of the camper body
  • Front 16,500 lbs. Warn winch with synthetic rope
  • Rear 9,500 lbs. Warn winch with synthetic rope
  • Icom IC7000 HAM Radio
  • Billet exterior door locks
  • One piece, molded composite laminate body
  • TriMountTM camper mounting system
  • Camper body painted to match Ford truck paint color
  • Automatic electric entry steps
  • Electric roof mount awning
  • Full size spare tire with winch for removing and reinstalling spare tire
  • LED tail and brake lights
  • LED area outdoor lighting
  • Exterior storage access (two flip-down handle/steps and grab handle)
  • Locking billet fuel and water doors

Standard features, Living Space
  • Enclosed bathroom/shower with convertible changing room
  • Seating that converts to additional sleeping area
  • Swing arm table
  • Two slide-out pantries
  • Locking rear storage drawers
  • Cedar lined clothes closet
  • Extended flip up counter in bench seat configuration

  • Premium wood cabinets
  • Durable conversion varnish finish
  • Hardwood dovetail drawers on full extension slides

Interior Upholstery
  • Commercial grade, durable flooring
  • Commercial grade vinyl headliner
  • Leather Seat Cushions
  • Interior Lighting
  • High efficiency fluorescent lighting
  • Task lighting over galley and table
  • Reading lights in bunk
  • LED lights over dining area

  • 8.0 cubic foot Vitrifrigo compressor refrigerator/freezer
  • Webasto diesel ceramic cook-top
  • 1.5 cubic foot Sharp convection microwave
  • Pre-wired for trailer (4-pin, and 7-pin connectors)
  • Three 170-watt Sharp solar panels with solar charge controller
  • 2 8D battery array (6.1 kilowatt hour capacity)
  • Battery charge monitoring system
  • 3000-watt Xantrex pure sine wave inverter with integrated 100 amp battery charger
  • Marine AC and DC circuit breaker panel
  • Marine grade wiring used throughout
  • Camper battery and engine starting battery isolation system
  • 30 Amp external AC power connection (15 amp power cord and adapter included, 30 amp cord optional)
  • Exterior AC and DC outlets
  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems
  • 11,000 BTU high efficiency digital air conditioner with remote
  • 13,600 BTU diesel air heater with thermostat
  • Dual pane acrylic windows with built in shades and bug screens
  • Double pane acrylic roof hatch with built in shades and bug screens
  • Thermostatically controlled, variable speed, rain-sensing, reversible fan with remote
  • Skylight/fan in bathroom
  • Insulating curtain and pillow to seal cab from camper
  • Diesel fired and electric hydronic heater for engine preheat and heating hot water without running truck engine
    • This system will also heat the water in the water tank while driving down the road. You'll have hot water when you get to camp!

Water System
  • 85 gallon heated and insulated fresh water supply
  • Dual fresh water filtration system
  • 26 gallon heated and insulated gray water holding tank
  • Fresh and gray water tank monitoring system
  • High capacity variable output water pump
  • Cassette toilet
  • 6.3 gallon hot water tank
  • Diesel hydronic hot water and engine pre-heating system
  • Deep polished stainless sink
  • Outside hot and cold shower
  • Filtered drinking water tap

Truck Accessories
  • Fog lights
  • Halogen off-road lights
  • Custom heavy duty front and rear steel bumpers
  • Heavy duty remote reservoir shocks
  • Step bars
  • Fender flares front and rear
  • Heavy duty front and rear stabilizer bars
  • Air compressor, air horns and air tank


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Why did engine have to be replaced?
The engine needed to be replaced because a radiator hose came off and caused the engine to overheat, and warped the heads. The Ford mechanics said that the block was unharmed, and said that replacing the heads would solve the problem, however, the decision was made to replace the entire engine and not just the heads. As mentioned in the ad, this replacement engine has less than 18,000 miles at this time, and it has been flawless.


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Where is the rig located? Have you taken it to Earthroamer for their inspection? Are you willing to provide it?

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The EarthRoamer is in our garage in Colorado. While in Wisconsin this past October we had the truck at a Ford dealership for an oil change and asked them to inspect the truck. They did not find any issues with the truck. Our last trip to EarthRoamer was last summer to replace a fuel pump in the diesel cooktop. While they didn’t inspect the vehicle, there were no other issues identified. Bottom line, I am not at all concerned about having EarthRoamer complete an inspection. I will reach out to EarthRoamer tomorrow.