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Old 08-22-2018, 03:43 PM   #1
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Not a SMB, but 2008 Tiger CX in SoCal

Link to photos : https://www.flickr.com/photos/493988...h/44166571131/

2008 Tiger CX 4x4 on Ford 4x4 F-350 XLT Diesel chassis (No DEF Fluid Nonsense)
92k Miles
Seatbelts for 5, Sleeps 4-5
Factory Limited Slip Diff

Dual AM Solar GS 135w solar panels (270 watts total)
Dual Underbody mounted LIFELINE AGM Batteries (220 amp hours each= 440 amp hours!!)
Blue Sky 3000i solar boost charge controller
Propex 10,000 BTU HS2800 Propane Heater
3 Way Dometic Fridge
2 Burner Dometic Stove
Range top fan
Microwave
9000 BTU 4 Gallon Water Heater
15 Gallon Propane tank
33 Gallon fresh water tank (mounted under sofa)
18 Gallon Heated Grey water tank
14 Gallon Heated black water tank
Shower/Toilet
Progressive Surge Protector
1000w Invertor
Roadmaster rear Sway bar
Front and Rear Tow hitch
New 2017 Ford Rims with Goodyear Kevlar AT tires (less than 4000 miles)

I just completed a full interior renovation on this rig, the following is all BRAND NEW: flooring, headliner, replaced all outlets with BLUE SEA Marine outlets, upholstery, memory foam cooling gel mattress, tile backsplash, carbon monoxide and propane detectors, heavy duty cabinet latches, overcab ladder, range top, curtains, custom magnetic blackout curtains in cabover area, the truck cab has new carpet, headliner, weathertech floor mats, new leather sprinter style captains chairs on custom brackets.

From tigervehicles.com website:
"COACH STRUCTURE
The body of the Bengal coach is constructed of aluminum, wood, and fiberglass. The floor and portions of the walls utilize plywood, upon which is built an aluminum frame and exterior skin. The top is one-piece fiberglass, and fiberglass is also used for several transition pieces. The walls have a minimum two inch cavity, which is filled with a denim-based, VOC-free insulation. The top uses a spray ceramic, and foil-based insulation. These attributes make for solid, quiet, and adequately insulated living quarters. The Bengal also features dual-pane insulated louvered windows. A winter package for the plumbing system is an available option."

Very well maintained rig, have all original documentation and service records since new, not too many 4 season rigs with a proper head/shower out there that can fit in a normal parking space (20ft), go off-road and off grid, and tow a horse or toy trailer with ease like this one can. A new one will set you back $90,0000 plus the cost of a one ton pickup truck, so figure $140-$150k.
Provan was created by the guy who created FOUR WHEEL CAMPERS to give you an idea of build quality (hand welded aluminum in the USA)

$75,000 obo serious buyers only I don't need help selling, clean california title in hand. Email me at tjstrong86@yahoo.com if interested.
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Old 08-22-2018, 09:00 PM   #2
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Being a 2008 on the F Series chassis, does that make it a 6.4L?
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Old 08-22-2018, 11:51 PM   #3
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Killer setup!!
A bit more lift and some bigger tires, that thing would be a compelling SMB alternative for sure.

(I admit to being a good bit curious about the engine spec as well....if that rig is just another pretty wrapper for a pain-in-the-neck 6.0, then that takes a bit of the shine off its luster....)
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Old 08-23-2018, 09:10 AM   #4
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Being a 2008 on the F Series chassis, does that make it a 6.4L?
Yeah it's the 6.4
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Old 08-23-2018, 11:27 AM   #5
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Don't believe everything you read on the internet, for every one person complaining about their 6.4 (or 6.0 ftm) problems there's a dozen trucks driving down the road without any issues, my father has a 2008 King Ranch approaching 400k miles on original motor and tranny after an EGR delete and a good tune done at 100k miles
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Old 08-24-2018, 06:13 PM   #6
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All, I did not realize that this thread was for a member's vehicle, and some of the posts (definitely including mine) started to get this thread off track. I deleted some of the posts so SaltStainedEyes can sell this rig.


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Old 08-24-2018, 07:55 PM   #7
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Nor did I, thanks Herb. The right thing to do.
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Old 08-24-2018, 07:56 PM   #8
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I will reiterate though if I can that it looks like a sweet rig. Good luck with the sale.
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Thanks guys! Ya'll are a great group of folks on this board, unlike some other boards, which I won't name.
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Old 08-25-2018, 10:12 AM   #10
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Sorry if my wenging about 6.0's in any way tainted my genuinely-meant-to-be-complimentary comments about your rig! (Especially since it sounds like you've got an entirely different powerplant.)

That setup is gorgeous. Would seriously love to roam the wide-open spaces with that thing.
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