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Old 07-16-2015, 01:15 AM   #1
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Default Roadtrek Ranger for sale

2013 Roadtrek Ranger RT located in Wisconsin. Besides the standard features it has the box awning and TV options. No propane and no generator. It has about 42,000 miles.

It is in excellent shape. No smokers, no kids and no pets. The shower has never been used. We have never cooked inside. We have never even pooped in the toilet. Everything works. Asking $57,000.

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Old 07-16-2015, 04:12 AM   #2
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That's a good deal on a great RoadTrek R/T! We recently returned from a month long trip to Pacific N/W & Montana with ours. Love it!
What chassis, motor, options if any? Good luck with sale. ..
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So why did seller buy it? They drove around in it but never used it!
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Old 07-16-2015, 05:00 PM   #4
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he said no poop-not no urine.

if it has no generator and no propane it is limited in it's uses unless plugged in.
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We used the R/T for touring not camping. We typically overnighted for free somewhere and ate at restaurants. When we did cook it was a campfire or we used the induction unit.

And we used the toilet at night to satisfy everyone's curiosity.

Showers were at golf clubs and YMCAs (for free).
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if it has no generator and no propane it is limited in it's uses unless plugged in.[/QUOTE]

Not true! The Ranger RT has 2 - 6 volt AGM batteries, 1250 watt inverter, 12v. (low draw) compressor 'fridge, electric stove top & microwave. All appliances & t.v & DVD can be operated for several days dry camping without shore power. No need for propane or genset! Read about the "Ranger RT" on this forum & RoadTrek site. It is wave of Future in class B. I own one; Not this one & not for sale!
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if it has no generator and no propane it is limited in it's uses unless plugged in.
Not true! The Ranger RT has 2 - 6 volt AGM batteries, 1250 watt inverter, 12v. (low draw) compressor 'fridge, electric stove top & microwave. All appliances & t.v & DVD can be operated for several days dry camping without shore power. No need for propane or genset! Read about the "Ranger RT" on this forum & RoadTrek site. It is wave of Future in class B. I own one; Not this one & not for sale![/QUOTE]


how many watts is the electric stove top? how do you heat it in cooler weather? how many watts does the electric water heater use? how much cool weather in arizona 2 6 volt AGM batteries at 50 percent give you 110 usable amps.

if no generator and not plugged in only alternator to recharge?
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Geez, guys. If you don't like it, don't buy it. Obviously the PO enjoyed it for 42000 miles.
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Geez, guys. If you don't like it, don't buy it. Obviously the PO enjoyed it for 42000 miles.
Agree completely. We're just a bunch of gomers (except Gerry -- he denies gomerhood) rattling on at a web chat site!
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Agree completely. We're just a bunch of gomers rattling on at a web chat site!
i've been called a lot of things-first time for gomer though-lol

having said that-2 years ago i studied this model carefully.

i wanted it to work for us but the more i studied it the more i realized it was limited in it's use.

it's an excellent choice if you do not expect a lot of things from it
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